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Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando

Universal Orlando, Orlando, Central Florida, Florida, United States

The Hard Rock's enormous pool has a 240-foot waterslide (bigger than the waterslides at most other Orlando resorts), hot tubs, an artificial beach, and a life guard on duty.

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Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Walt Disney World Resort, Central Florida, Florida, United States

The "Dig Site" water park includes a large, Mayan-temple-themed pool and play area with waterslides, Jacuzzis, a shallow kids pool, and ball courts.

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Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside

Walt Disney World Resort, Central Florida, Florida, United States

The 3.5-acre Ol' Man Island complex -- the best of the resort's six pools -- features water spouts, rope swings, a waterslide, a wooded playground, and an old-fashioned fishing hole.

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Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando

Universal Orlando, Orlando, Central Florida, Florida, United States

The Portofino's main pool is a gargantuan stone fort with a sandy shore, shallow zero-depth access, lifeguards on duty, and a Roman acqueduct-style waterslide.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Orlando, Central Florida, Florida, United States

The huge, 11,000-square-foot pool at the Animal Kingdom Lodge has a 67-foot-long waterslide as well as a gradually sloping, zero-entry section (great for young swimmers).

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Walt Disney World Resort, Central Florida, Florida, United States

The Volcano Pool at the Polynesian Resort also has a gradual, zero-depth entry and features a 40-foot-high volcano and waterfall, plus a 142-foot-long waterslide.