Want to have some fun in the hotel water park? Well, check the craziest waterslides around the world. They are the perfect places for young and old to have some fun, loosen up and take some rest after a day of sightseeing. The international hotels included in this article will provide insane fun with beautiful beaches and oceans, water life and gardens. From hotels in Dubai to Greece, you will have the best time of your life.
Mayan temple-themed water slide
The mind-blowing complex Atlantis Paradise Island on the Bahamas has more than 3,400 rooms, 40 restaurants and bars, numerous entertainment facilities like nightclub, casino and a theatre. The resort has a huge water park on about 140 acres with 11 swimming pools and the cherry on the top of the cake is the Mayan temple-themed water slide, which is nearly 60-foot-tall. This is the hallmark of the resort called “Leap of Faith”, sliding down this amazing atraction you will be propelled through a clear tunnel in a shark-infested lagoon – how cool is that?
Tower of Neptune slide
Of course, Dubai will be part of this crazy fun list. Set on the artificial island Palm Jumeirah, Atlantis The Palm has a 42-acre Aquaventure Waterpark as the locals call it. One of the most impressive slides is the Tower of Neptune, the Ziggurat-shaped slide is over nine stories tall and you will be speeding through a tube surrounded by marine life including sharks.
Going to Greece, the Mediterranean-inspired Fodele Beach on Crete is also an awesome place for some water fun. Located on that popular island and thanks to its unique beachside location, the water park has stunning views over the blue Crete sea and offers a great variety of slides both for adults and children or for children at heart.
Hard Rock hotel
Who doesn’t want to go to Bali? On the shores of Kuta beach, Hard Rock hotel is the first of this brand in Asia and it also has the largest swimming pool in Bali. The hotel’s Sand Island is a true paradise with its 22 poolside cabanas, chairs and day-beds and a stage for performances for some entertainment. Set in the heart of Bali’s entertainment and shopping district the complex offers great water slides, most of them really new, that are going to keep the active part of the young population occupied for hours.
Duke Kahanamkou saltwater lagoon
Want to head to the second best beach in America? Then head to Honolulu with the popular Waikiki beach. The beautiful resort includes 22 acres of tropical gardens, waterfalls and exotic wildlife. The unique Duke Kahanamkou saltwater lagoon is definitely worth a look. Featuring five pools, The Paradise Pool boasts with hot tubs, lava rock formations and four water slides – one of which is the longest slide in Waikiki.