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Our 6 Favorite Disney World Resort Pools

It is no secret that things tend to be bigger and better at Walt Disney World. From the food and hotel rooms to fireworks shows and resort pools Disney always consistently impresses guests. This resort pool countdown is sure to have you ready to book a summer trip to Walt Disney World!

6. Pop Century Resort

Adorable theming of the Pop Century Resort pools make them a hit with guests. Travel through the decades as you cool off poolside. Three pools are available for guests to enjoy at Pop Century. The Hippy Dippy pool is, you guessed it a 1960’s themed pool. Characters from classic Disney films surround the massive bowling pin shaped pool in the 1950’s section of the resort; while the 1990’s Computer Pool at Pop Century Resort has a floppy disk and keyboard for guests to play on. This large resort consistently impresses guests with their variety in pools and convenience of pools near each section of the resort reducing the walk time from guest rooms to the pool.

5. Art of Animation Resort

Art of Animation is a bright, fun, character laden resort perfect for children and any other Disney movie maven. Resort rooms and pools are character themed allowing guests to immerse themselves in classic Disney movies. Three pools are available for guests to enjoy at this large resort. The Flippin’ Fins Pool is Little Mermaid themed, The Cozy Cone Pool is the perfect fit for fans of Disney’s movie Cars and the Big Blue Pool is reminiscent of Finding Nemo surrounded with characters from the movie. Bright orange traffic cone cabanas, underwater speakers in the Big Blue Pool and underwater orchestra characters are just a few of the features at Art of Animation that set apart their pools.

4. Caribbean Beach Resort

The Fuentes del Morro Pool looks like a scene straight out of Pirates of the Caribbean. The pool was designed to resemble a Spanish fort complete with two water slides and a play area for small children. The nearby Banana Cabana makes it simple to enjoy a poolside drink while relaxing in one of the hot tubs that surround the pool. The pool is located right outside the Old Port Royale food court so dropping in for a lunch or afternoon snack during a day at the pool is super convenient.

3. Polynesian Village Resort

The Polynesian Village Resort is a gorgeous representation of the South Seas with lush ferns, flowers and totems around every corner. The design culminates with the pool that sits alongside the Polynesian Beach and Seven Seas Lagoon. Guests can gaze at the castle and enjoy Magic Kingdom fireworks from the pool while taking an evening swim. The Lava Pool boasts a volcano slide and zero depth entry point to ensure it is accessible for all guests. The Oasis Pool is a quieter swimming option also available to guests at the Polynesian.

2. Port Orleans French Quarter

Port Orleans French Quarter’s pool was always a favorite of mine growing up. Something about that sea serpent slide and band of musical alligators posted around the pool just keeps guests coming back for more. This Mardi Gras themed pool includes hot tubs and a kiddie pool for smaller guests. Mardi Grogs pool bar is nearby so guests can enjoy frozen drinks in between trips down the fifty-one foot slide. The pool is just a short walk from the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory; so enjoying hot beignets poolside is an option for hungry guests seeking a taste of New Orleans.

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1. The Yacht & Beach Club

The Yacht and Beach Club Resort pool tops the list of Disney pools for me. The sand covered floors of the pool are reminiscent of the beach and match the nautical New England theme of the resort. Two water slides, numerous hot tubs a lazy river and a kiddie pool keep guests yearning for more pool time. The life size shipwreck replica on the beach houses a smaller pool for guests to enjoy. Hurricane Hanna’s Grill is a poolside eatery that offers favorite lunches like chicken tenders and fries served in plastic pails complete with shovels for playing in the sand. A quiet pool in the garden area of the Yacht Club and one near the beach club property are options for guests hoping to have a more serene swim. Adequate lounging space alongside the pools and lazy river make the Yacht & Beach Club pools the ultimate Walt Disney World pool.

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