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  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Thrill seek much? Online hotel search site <a href="http://www.trivago.com/">Trivago </a>collected 10 of the best and most beautiful hotel water slides around the world. First up: Check out the two 200-foot winding flumes and 90-foot, high-speed slide recently added to the Orlando World Center Marriott in Orlando, Fla.
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  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    The Reef Atlantis, Paradise Island City, Bahamas -- You may need a few days to explore all 141 acres of this water park, featuring 11 swimming pools and a Mayan temple water slide.
    The Reef Atlantis
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    Ramada Resort Aquaworld, Budapest, Hungary -- Considered one of Europe's grandest indoor water theme parks, Aquaworld is designed after Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple. Its 240-foot-wide glass dome shelters 11 water slides designed for speed.
    Ramada Resort Aquaworld
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    Jungle Aqua Park Hotel, Hurghada, Egypt -- This resort contains "the largest water park in Hurghada, boasting an impressive 35 water slides and 14 outdoor swimming pools," according to Trivago. "Friends can race each other on the group slide, which is the park's largest water slide at 65 feet in height and 230 feet in length."
    Jungle Aqua Park Hotel
  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu, Hawaii -- There's hardly time to "lei" down at this Waikiki Beach resort. From the Duke Kahanamoku saltwater lagoon to the resort's five pools, waterfalls, hot tubs, lava rock formations and four water slides, aqua babies are spoiled for choice.
    Hilton Hawaiian Village
  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Hard Rock Bali, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia -- Asia's first Hard Rock Hotel offers a complex of new water slides as smooth as the guitars adorning suite interiors. Feel free to belt out "Splish, Splash" as you make your way down the tubes.
    Hard Rock Bali
  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Great Wolf Lodge, Niagara Falls, Canada -- No barrels necessary to take a plunge at this Niagara Falls property. The hotel features eight slides in more than 95,000 square feet. Plus, it has a lazy river, whirlpool hot spas, an indoor wave pool and a water roller coaster.
    Great Wolf Lodge
  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Fodele Beach & Water Park Holiday Resort, Greece -- Slip and slide alongside the awe-inspiring view of the Crete Sea -- a vision in turquoise. Afterward, you can enjoy a glass of wine and Greek fare from one of the three al fresco restaurants featured at the hotel.
    Fodele Beach
  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Ersan Resort & Spa, Bodrum, Turkey -- Catch glimpses of the jaw-dropping Aegean Sea and abutting pine-covered hills while racing down one of nine different water slides, including two bowl slides and one half-pipe slide at this Turkish paradise.
    Ersan Resort & Spa
  • World's Coolest Hotel Water Slides

    Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai -- The ziggurat-shaped Tower of Neptune, is one of this hotel's most popular features and it's easy to see why. Adventurous guests drop nine stories in a second, then speed through an underwater tube surrounded by sharks and other sea creatures, according to Trivago, the online hotel search site.
    Atlantis, The Palm
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