Choosing a Disney Resort can be a hard decision. How do you choose, price, location, pools? There are 31 different Disney resorts to choose from and you normally just choose one so here is one way to narrow down your list, choose by pool!
I think the pool is an important factor on your Disney trip because it’s offers you and your family a nice relaxing place to come back to in the middle of the day or for a late night swim.
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort – Fuentes del Morro
Make a splash at the Caribbean Beach in their zero-entry pirate’s paradise, themed like a colonial Spanish fortress.
Swim in these ancient Spanish ruins for fun in the sun all day long. This pool has not just one but TWO waterslides! If you have little ones their is a shipwreck splash zone just for them. Looking to escape the crowds? This resort has SIX other leisure pools scattered throughout the different areas of the resort.
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – Lost City of Cibola
Disney’s Coronado Lost City of Cibola pool. Copyright Disney.
Swim in the ruins of an ancient Mayan temple that stands over five feet tall.
Disney’s Grand Floridan – Beach Pool
Cool off in this 111,261-gallon pool overlooking Seven Seas Lagoon.
This pool has an excellent location. Over looking the Seven Seas Lagoon with Cinderella’s castle not far off you can’t beat this location. This waterslide is surrounded by beautiful waterfalls. Not to far off is a wonderful Mad Hatter theme kids splash zone. If you are looking for some privacy they even offer private cabanas for rental.
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa – The Paddock Pool
Saratoga Springs Pool is the perfect family lounge spot.
If you are looking for some thrills you can glide down a 146-foot-long waterslide that flows from atop a water tower. The younger kids have a complete splash and play area there even is two smaller slides for them!
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn and Villas – Luna Park
Luna Park Pool at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. Copyright Disney.
The Luna Park pool is home to a 200-foot water slide in the form of a classic wooden roller coaster. The area is beautifully themed to the circus and offers different areas for kids of all ages.
Polynesian – Lava Pool
The Lava Pool at Disney’s Polynesian. Copyright Disney.
The Polynesian has a newly redesigned Lava Pool. Make a splash at this pool which features a towering volcano, a waterfall, and a thrilling 142 foot-long water slide. A zero-depth entry point, similar to a beach, slopes gently into the pool making for easy entry and exit. Nearby, a lounge and bar offer refreshments and snacks. Plus nothing will relax you like eating a Dole Whip and listening to the music playing by this pool! Not to mention you can enjoy Wishes firework show while taking a dip at this resort.
Art of Animation – The Big Blue
The largest Disney Resort pool, the Big Blue is located at the Art of Animation Resort.
The Art of Animation Finding Nemo wing boasts the largest resort swimming pool at Walt Disney World Resort. The “Big Blue” pool measures 11,589 feet and has a special treat in store when you swim under the water. Under the water, you can listen in on the sounds of Nemo and his friends. While this resort is a value and doesn’t have a water slide it sits so high on our list due to its unique features!
Beach Club – Stormalong Bay
It’s hard to top the massive pool at the Beach Club Resort.
This pool was always my childhood favorite. The pool features sand on the bottom and it was an absolute novelty to me and still is! From atop the mast of a life-sized shipwreck replica, you can zip down a 230-foot-long waterslide, one of the highest hotel slides at Walt Disney World Resort.
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