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A Deep Dive into Disney's Resort Pools

A Walt Disney World Resort would not be complete without an amazing swimming pool to chill out by when you’re not in the parks. Whether you’re staying in a deluxe or moderate hotel, the pools are great at all price points. No matter which hotel you choose, there is something for the whole family at each pool. Every resort hotel boasts an amazing feature pool, with many offering additional ‘quiet’ pools, usually set among rooms, instead of near the main lobbies. Here, we dive into our favourite 8 swimming pools at Disney...


2. Cosy Cone pool at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – Distinctive cone cabanas, make this pools feel more like a fxeature pool and is a popular choice for guests staying in the Cars Suites at Disney’s Art of Animation. The best bit? The cabanas are available for free on a first-come first-served basis, so make sure you wake up early at least once to take advantage of this. They offer ample room and shade, perfect for families who want to make a day of it.

The Riviera Pool at Disney’s Riviera Resort – The newest Walt Disney World Resort Hotel - Disney’s Riviera Resort, offers guests the chance to be transported to the European rivieras, with gorgeous architecture and sophisticated décor that spans the whole Riviera Pool. Makes a splash on a waterslide, that winds around a stately column tower. Or, allow the children to choose from two waterslides at the interactive play area inspired by Europe’s grand fountains.

The Lost City of Cibola Pool at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – Depending on where your room is, it can be quite a walk to get with, but the Lost City of Cibola Pool at the Dig Site is worth it. Themed after Mayan ruins, the focal point of this HUGE pool are is the 50-foot pyramid and its cascading wall of water. Thrill-seekers can let loose on the 123-foot-long waterslide (nearly double the length of slide previously mentioned) whilst those who enjoy a more laidback style can unwind in one of two hot tubs, including the largest at Disney World. There’s also a play area, arcade, kids pool and sand volleyball court nearby, as well as the Siesta pool bar, great for a bite to eat.

Big Blue Pool at Disney’s Art of Animation – The Big Blue Pool is the largest pool at Disney World. Colourful, oversized set pieces of Nemo, Crush and other film characters surround the pool area, so you can be completely immersed in the Finding Nemo film. The zero-entry pool plays tunes from its underwater speakers, a unique experience for the little ones. The younger ones can make a splash at the Schoolyard Sprayground, with its pop-up jets and more fun characters.

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