I have found a new favorite swimming pool and it's located at
Truly this pool has everything you could want whether you're single, a couple,
or a family with kids (of all ages!).
I should start with the adult pool (which was so, so nice),
but what really got me was the big Pirate Ship! Ahoy their Matey!
This is the top of the ship from an aerial view,
and this is a picture taken from the top of the ship.
I just think it's majorly cool looking and a great addition to have in the pool area.
At the top of the ship you'll find entry to the slide.
This makes the pool a huge win for children, teens and adults alike.
That opening at the bottom is where the slide lets out.
That's not all there is for the kids though. There's a craft and game area (we played Bolo Ball).
Supplies are already there for you, and there is suntan lotion if you forgot it (nice, right??!)
On the backside of the ship is an area for small/toddler children.
Can I tell you how much I love that it's separated like this to keep the littles safer??
Back in this area for the smaller kids, there are low-to-the-ground seats,
just right for little legs and bottoms, and a zero-entry water level that is amazing!
There are two adult hot tubs, but there is also one in the kids' section,
which was a big hit with my son.
Making it have even a more vacation-y feel
(and if you're here, you're very likely on vacation),
the LBV Resort Village & Spa also has a station for kids to
buy braids or temporary tattoos.
There is a full menu at the eatery.
I saw a family eating breakfast there when I went once in the early morning.
There's a chair if you need assistance into the pool (nice!).
And here's a photo taken from my resort room balcony.
You can see there are seats everywhere, even on the roof of the eatery. :)
Restrooms are on-site and fresh towels are offered in abundance.
Seating was all the way around the very large pool, and if you look carefully, you can see there are a row of hammocks behind the seats in this section (love!).
Keeping up with the trends, there is also a social media board at the pool. Write what you're celebrating or just put up the classic, 'Wish You Were Here!'
When you're headed to the Lake Buena Vista/Orlando area, be sure to book a stay at the Lake Buena Vista Resort Village & Spa. The rooms are amazing (more about that at a later date) but the swimming area alone made it downright dreamy.
You can learn more about LBV Resort and Village Spa by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Twitter.