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23 over-the-top Orlando hotel pools you totally shouldn't sneak into

– As we all know, not all pools are created equal– some have luxurious cabanas, some have massive waterfalls and some are…

By Orlando Weekly Staff

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort
    1 Grand Cypress Blvd., 407-239-1234
    A lagoon-style pool is only one feature that makes the pool at this resort unique. You can swim underneath rock caves in this 800,000-gallon, half-acre pool, which has 12 waterfalls, a water slide tower pavilion, a water jet splash zone and two whirlpools. Within the rockwork are seats and paths that lead to rock-climbing stations. Day-use rooms are available for 50 percent off the Standard Daily Rate and are only available for purchase through Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress directly, by either calling or purchasing at the desk. Rooms are subject to availability, taxes and resort fee.
    Photo via thegrandcypress/Instagram
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25 over-the-top Orlando hotel pools that you should totally not sneak into

With an ever-growing number of popular theme parks and attractions, Orlando is a top vacation (and staycation) spot for many. Visitors flowing…

By Orlando Weekly Staff

Orlando World Center Marriott Resort 
    8701 World Center Drive | 407-239-4200 | 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.
    The World Center Marriott packs on the thrills at its pools, with two winding, 200-foot water slides, a 90-foot super fast speed slide, and a splash zone for the kids. But if the thought of hurtling full-speed into a body of water makes you a little queasy, there’s plenty of opportunities for relaxing, stationary fun at the hotel’s oasis pool and hot tub grotto nestled under a rocky waterfall. While the pools close at 11 p.m., don’t wait until the last minute to take that final water slide ride, as they usually close an hour earlier. Only guests staying at the resort and their visitors are allowed to use the pools and slides. 
    Photo via orlandoworldcenter/Instagram
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