Sea Adventure Resort & Waterpark Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This all-inclusive resort – not surprisingly – caters to families. With slides and a water playground (and a wet bar for mom and dad), the on-site water park is a fun spot for children, particularly tots. Other kid-friendly amenities include a kids’ club with games and contests, tennis courts, and mini golf.

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 This all-inclusive resort – not surprisingly – caters to families. With slides and a water playground (and a wet bar for mom and dad), the on-site water park is a fun spot for children, particularly tots. Other kid-friendly amenities include a kids’ club with games and contests, tennis courts, and mini golf.
Guests at the Nickelodeon Suites Resort have free access to two on-site water parks. The Lagoon water park, seen here, has a zero-depth entry pool, a four-story water tower, waterslides, two whirlpools, and a 400-gallon "dunk tank." The Oasis water park, seen here, has an Olympic-size pool, waterslides, and a kids' play area (just note that this pool might be closed during the off season). Larger-than-life Atlantis is home to an exceptional water park and 11 superb pools, several of which are just for kids. One of the hotel's main pools is seen here. The 141-acre Aquaventure water park features two slides with vertical drops over 50 feet, a mile-long lazy-river ride (with waves, tunnels, and rapids along the way), a tube that gushes past sharks, and a plethora of other scenic slides. Kids can glide past sharks -- in a tube running straight through the tank -- as part of their Aquaventure experience. Maui's Grand Wailea resort has an extraordinarily elaborate pool complex. Its highlights: four waterslides, whitewater rapids, caves, a lazy-river pool, rope swings, and a "water elevator" inside a man-made volcano. Kids eagerly line up for a chance at the rope swing. One of the four waterslides in Grand Wailea's massive pool complex. With rivers, waterfalls, caves, hot tubs, palm trees, and five pools, the pool complex at MGM is one of the most impressive in Las Vegas. The River Pool (seen here) has waterfalls and grottos along the way. Though the pool caters to boozing adults (even though there is an adults-only pool on-site nearby), kids will be just as happy. The long winding river for inner tubes puts the lazy-river pools at the Mandalay Bay and Monte Carlo hotels to shame. Palm trees lend a tropical vibe, and waterfalls are also part of the draw. Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is home to "The Dig Site" -- a huge pool and waterslide complex -- plus a small, quiet pool near each building cluster. "The Dig" is a large, Mayan-temple-themed pool and play area with waterslides, whirlpools, a shallow kids' pool, and ball courts. While the lazy-river pool at the MGM Grand hotel bests the one at Mandalay Bay, Mandalay's 11-acre pool complex has a lot to offer kids and adults. Mandalay Bay also has its own wave pool on site. Like the Beaches in Turks and Caicos, this resort has a Pirate Island Water Park that’s a whopping 18,000 square feet. Features include a lazy river, numerous slides, a plunge pool, and a misting pool. Themed slides for younger kiddies include an Elmo slide and a Nemo slide. Like the Beaches in Turks and Caicos, this resort has a Pirate Island Water Park that’s a whopping 18,000 square feet. Features include a lazy river, numerous slides, a plunge pool, and a misting pool. Themed slides for younger kiddies include an Elmo slide and a Nemo slide. This massive Hilton features numerous pools; one of them has four waterslides. The main pool at Las Vegas' Cancun Resort has a Mayan pyramid (complete with a waterfall). Plus, the Cancun's pool comes with four different water slides. This Loews hotel at the Universal Studios Resort in Orlando boasts three great pools: two quiet; one with a huge waterslide. The latter is seen here, with its sandy shore and excellent, Roman acqueduct-style waterslide in the background. The main pool is the de facto children's pool and includes a gargantuan stone fort with '90s pop music blaring from the surrounding speakers. The lazy river pool at the Marriott's Aruba Surf Club seems to stretch on forever. Small waterfalls, a waterslide, and volleyball nets make this active pool a winner with kids. Staffers keep watch of the waterslide at the Natural Pool. The Sunset Beach Resort and Spa, an all-inclusive resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, features a zero-depth-entry kids' pool with multiple waterslides. Kids will love playing aboard the waterpark's full-size pirate ship. This Hilton is home to the second largest water park in the Caribbean, so you know you’ll find something you and your family can enjoy – whether it be the water slide, lazy river, waterfalls, or pool activities such as dive-in movies. This all-inclusive resort – not surprisingly – caters to families. With slides and a water playground (and a wet bar for mom and dad), the on-site water park is a fun spot for children, particularly tots. Other kid-friendly amenities include a kids’ club with games and contests, tennis courts, and mini golf. Part of the kid-friendly Beaches chain, this hotel offers tons of on-site amenities that appeal to families. The highlight may be the massive Pirate Island Water park, complete with a lazy river, surf simulator, splash deck, seven waterslides, water canons, and even a kids-only swim-up “bar.” This beachfront property features tons of all-inclusive amenities. The Oki Splash Water Park is a popular pastime with families; a pirate ship, a castle, and numerous water slides. Due to Hope Lake Lodge’s location in the Fingers Lakes, its massive water park is indoors so guests can enjoy it year-round – but facilities such as an indoor/outdoor heated pool and whirlpool means you can still be in the sun when the weather is warmer. Other water park features include a wave pool, slides (one of which is 3 stories tall), and an activity tower. Non-guests can come to the water park for the day on Thursdays and Sundays. Like the Beaches in Turks and Caicos, this resort has a Pirate Island Water Park that’s a whopping 18,000 square feet. Features include a lazy river, numerous slides, a plunge pool, and a misting pool. Themed slides for younger kiddies include an Elmo slide and a Nemo slide.
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