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CoCo Key Water Resort, Orlando, Florida

7400 International Dr, Orlando, Florida

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    • Big kids (6-8)
    • Tweens (9-12)
    • Teens (13+)
  • Visited: 2008-07-01
  • Submitted: 2013-06-30 02:36:52.0
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    Big Kids (6-8), Tweens (9-12) and Teens (13+)

this was a wonderful experience for my kids and i

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Submitted by: X L.

All in all this Water Resort was a genuinely fun experience for the entire family unit! Weekdays are best for hotel stays, since on the weekends ...

Submitted by: Trung N.

I went to this water park / hotel. It seems like a motel kind of place with a water park built in. I didn't stay there the night so I can't comment on the rooms and service, but the water park was great for kids. It's not a huge water park so it is easier to keep an eye on the kids. The kids don't care too muc...

Submitted by: Chadd N.

My wife, my ten-month-old and I all stayed here for a couple of nights recently.  We live about 2 hours from Orlando and decided to do a mini-spring break at Coco Key.  What we discovered is that this is a really awesome hotel for kids from about age 4 or 5 up - not so much for toddlers.  That being said, the place was PACKED with kids.  I can't imagine a better way to spend a day.  Plus, the hotel is centrally located on I-Drive with all that entails (good and bad).   The on-site restaurants seemed to be designed for feeding large numbers of kids quickly.  Again, both mornings we went down for breakfast and the place was packed. The waterpark itself was pretty awesome; it has both an indoor and outdoor sect...

Submitted by: Stacy H.

*I haven't actually stayed at this hotel* I've spent some days at the waterpark & it's freaking awesome!! I honestly think this is better than Wet 'N' Wild; it's less crowded, 1/4 of the price & there's a tiki bar in the middle of the park! When your exhaus...

Submitted by: tastebud s.

Got a a wrong information about this hotel based on what I read on the review.  I booked my Orlando, Florida Family Vacation but got nothing but problems from day one.  On day three, asked to have our rooms cleaned and linens changed but all we got was a the same sheets reused just made-up, fixed, and tucked in as if it was changed but wasn't.  Complained to the manager on-duty, they went ahead and changed the linens but I was still not satisfied becaue all I can think of was my son having to sleep in a dirty room.  On the 4th day found a lice in the linen, again this is the linens that were changed the night before.  If you've ever seen an actually lice, you would know what it looked like.  Anyways tried ca...

Submitted by: Deke K.

This is an inexpensive hotel at the intersection of I-Drive and Sand Lake Drive that is a hidden gem.  Clean and newly painted, big foyer, kids play area, concierge desk.  Has a nearby pool with a jacuzzi and spacious cabanas about the pool for those who like shade.  Within the hotel complex is an entire water park!  For tiny kids, medium kids and grown -ups.  The room cost like $39 with a $20 "resort fee".  You can't beat the deal!  There's a Pizza Hut at water park pool side--and a Tradewinds restaurant that has meals free for the kids.  Lifeguards on duty--and plenty of them!  Across the street from a Pizza Joint, around the corner from the biggest indoor McDonald's play area.  On the Trolley stop line.  ...

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