Cool Down at These Waterpark Hotels

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Updated 7/18/19

Waterparks are known to cool you off on a summer day, but what about a waterpark hotel? Below are eight waterpark hotels that are sure to help you beat the heat:

El Conquistador Resort – Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean is Coqio Water Park at El Conquistador Resort. With three high-speed slides at the top of the 60-foot Torre de Yocahu Tower and the 40-foot El Gigante Dormido drop, it’s hard not to get your adrenaline pumping. From high-speed slides ones with twists and turns, there’s something for everyone. If relaxing is more your speed, take a dip in the 9,000 sq.ft. infinity pool or soak up the rays in a hammock or cabana.

Lost World Waterpark at Wilderness Resort
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Wilderness Resort – Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

Penned as America’s largest waterpark resort, Wilderness Resort features eight waterparks. The four indoor waterparks include: Klondike Kavern, Wild Waterdome, Wild West and Cubby’s Cove. If you want to soak up the sun, they have their four outdoor waterparks: New Frontier, Lake Wilderness, Lost World and Cubby’s Outdoor Waterpark. There are lazy rivers, hot springs, thrilling slides, wave pools, bumper boats and more. Don’t worry parents, there’s even a swim-up bar and cabanas for rent.

Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance Waterpark
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Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance – Anaheim, California

Located right across the street from Disneyland Park, the Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park entrance offers more than just easy access. The hotel is home to Surfside Waterpark and is sure to please the entire family. Surfside Waterpark features six slides, a 400-gallon drench bucket, pool and hot tub. The waterpark also offers stunning views of Disneyland Park’s Monorail, Space Mountain, Matterhorn and firework display.

Private Ocean Retreat in Maldives
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Jumeirah Vittaveli – Maldives

From Infinity Pool Ocean Villas and Private Ocean Retreats with slides to overwater hammocks, Jumeirah Vittaveli in the Maldives has it all. Who wouldn’t like to slide right into the crystal-clear water straight from their deck? Each villa has its own private swimming pool, in addition to the adult and family pools.

Aulani Disney Resort & Spa Menehune Bridge
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Aulani Disney Resort & Spa – Kapolei, Hawaii

Swim with fish, take a tubing adventure through rapids or the lazy river, take a splash in the infinity pool or slip down some waterslides at Aulani Disney Resort & Spa in Kapolei, Hawaii. The resort has many options to choose from if you’re looking to cool off. Parties at the Waikolohe Pool, squirting jets at the Keiki Cove Splash Zone, two slides at the Menehune Bridge, tubing through Waikolohe Stream, whirlpool spas, and the adults-only Wailana Pool are just some of the activities awaiting.

Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa pool
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Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa – Bonita Springs, Florida

Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa is home to the largest pool area south of Orlando! This three-acre waterpark has five slides, four pools, a lazy river, a hot tub and a waterfall, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Featuring three thrilling waterslides and a lazy river, the waterpark is great for those who seek adventure or relaxation. Don’t forget about the lagoon-style pool; there’s a slide for the little ones and a 140-foot corkscrew slide for the adults!

River Bluff Experience at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa
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JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa – San Antonio, Texas

From the lazy river to the slide to the whirlpool and beyond, JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa is the ultimate waterpark experience. The hotel offers the nine-acre waterpark, River Bluff Water Experience. The waterpark includes a 650-foot rapid river with slides and 1,100-foot lazy river; perfect for thrill seekers and relaxers alike. Need fun for the whole family? The hotel also has a children’s waterpark with fountains and a variety of hands-on activities.

Jewel Lagoon Water Park at Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort
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Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort – Runaway Bay, Jamaica

Looking for an island getaway? Look no further, Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort has what you’re looking for. Included with your stay is the Jewel Lagoon Water Park featuring a family raft ride, two splash-down pools, a lazy river with rock grottos and waterfalls, splash zones, multi-level slides, a speed slide and more! There’s even a zero-entry beach lagoon with geysers! Best of all, its all-inclusive!

Hyatt Regency Hill County Resort & Spa
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Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa – San Antonio, Texas

Recognized as one of the “Best Pool Hotels” in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort & Spa boasts a five-acre waterpark! Featuring a 950-foot Ramblin’ River, FlowRider wave simulation machine, a two-story water slide and multiple pools, it’s easy to see why the resort was ranked  third by the magazine. Molded after the Guadalupe River, the resorts’ Ramblin’ River is the perfect place to float and relax.


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