4) Relax at the Pools -- Each Disney Resort also features at least one pool for guests to kick back and relax in. While all of the pools in Walt Disney World are amazing, some are so phenomenal that guests love to spend plenty of time there soaking up the sun and relaxing. Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort share access to Stormalong Bay which spans nearly three acres. This aquatic wonderland features a zero depth entry sand bottomed pool, lazy river, sunning deck, water slides, whirlpools, and more. Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is home to the Big Blue Pool which is the largest pool in all of Walt Disney World. The Big Blue Pool features underwater speakers, massive statues of characters from Finding Nemo, the Schoolyard Sprayground for children to splash in, and Squirt’s Righteous Reef for kids that do not want to get wet. Disney’s Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter features Doubloon Lagoon that is home to a water slide, whimsical sea serpent, children’s splash and play area, quirky alligators playing jazz instruments, and beautiful views of the Sassagoula River. No matter what Disney Resort a guest stays in, they are sure to love spending lots of time enjoying the relaxing pools.
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