10 Most Awesome Hotels with Indoor Pools (Relaxation and Kid-Friendly)
From the high splendor of a Turkish Bath fit for a Sultan to the rip roaring fun of an indoor waterpark—and aquatic delights in between—we list some of the best hotels with indoor pools, spas, and even waterparks from around the world. These indoor pools are usually either meant for relaxation or kid-friendly fun (some are both!), so we’ve marked each hotel as such.
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The Omni Grove Park Inn (Relaxation)
Asheville, North Carolina is a well-known vacation spot for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. After a day-long adventure, poolside is the best place to unwind. The Omni Grove's indoor mineral spa has water features, waterfall pools, and more. It’s a sight to behold.
La Sultana Marrakech (Relaxation)
As both a UNESCO world heritage site and a five-star rated hotel, there is no shortage of luxury at La Sultana Marrakech. The hotel's Sultan Spa is fit for royalty. Soak in the beauty of Moroccan architecture and relax body and soul in their Turkish baths.
Le Méridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa (Relaxation and Kid-Friendly)
Le Méridien St. Julians' Lotus indoor pool, on the Island of Malta, was designed with relaxation and tranquility in mind. During the warmer months St. Julians' rooftop pool, La Bajja, has stunning views of Malta and a pool just for the kids.
Badrutt Palace Hotel (Relaxation and Kid-Friendly)
Take in picturesque views of the Swiss Alps. Melt your stress away in a steam sauna. Test your golf skills, the historic St. Moritz has neighboring golf courses or Kids’ Club Palazzino, the hotel's specially designed kids' programming offers free childcare to guests so parents can get a much-needed break. Read more about their awesome indoor pool that was built in the 1960s and was so unique at the time that other Alpine resorts set their standards against it.
Traders Kuala Lumpur (Relaxation)
Hotel Adlon Kempinski (Relaxation and Kid-Friendly)
Enjoy timeless European charm at Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin, Germany. It features a heated indoor pool and luxury spa, and the hotel even has floaties available for the kids. And, after you’re done lounging poolside, you can dine in a city with one of the best food scenes in Europe.
Massanutten Resort (Kid-Friendly)
For those looking for a kid-friendly resort experience, Massanutten Resort in Shenandoah Hot Springs has cooler temperatures that are enjoyable for the whole family. Kids will love to take a spin down the water slides and float gently down the lazy river. They have an indoor and outdoor waterpark, with indoor water heated to a relaxing 84° Fahrenheit.
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Hammock Beach Resort (Kid-Friendly)
Sunny Palm Coast, Florida is open for fun all year long, especially with the indoor pool at the Hammock Beach Resort. The resort’s water park features indoor and outdoor attractions for the whole family, and nearby excursions are a great way to keep the kids entertained.
Camelback Resort - Aquatopia Indoor Waterpark (Kid-Friendly)
Ready for some family adventure? Camelback Resort's hideaway in Pennsylvania Dutch Country is open year-round and indoors. In addition to the dozens of waterslides and other fun activities at the indoor waterpark, there’s an outdoor waterpark, the resort has slopes for skiing, snowboarding and tubing, plus other adventures like a mountain coaster and ziplining.
Hotel Hershey (Kid-Friendly)
The Hotel Hershey offers the best of both worlds with an indoor pool and jacuzzi and outdoor pool and spray deck. Its indoor pool and splash pad are available year-round. The Hotel is a short ride away from Hershey Park where you can taste test chocolate or create your own Hershey bar.
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