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Do you live in a city or are traveling to a city with awesome resorts and want to use their pools without paying the nightly room price? You’re in luck! ResortPass offers just that! You can purchase day passes to thousands of popular resorts all over the world, just to use their pools and water parks.
How do you book day passes at resorts?
Head on over to the ResortPass website and search the city you will be traveling to. From there, you will see available resorts for your selected dates. You will either pay a per person fee or you can rent a cabana at some resorts that will cover the entry fee for a set number of people.
Some resorts even offer day rooms that you can use for certain hours of the day in addition to the resort amenities.
What resorts offer day passes?
There are a ton of resorts that offer day passes, all over the world. Brands like Marriott, Hilton, Holiday Inn, Hyatt, Omni…just to name a few. Here are a few resorts we have personally been to that offer the use of day passes via ResortPass. Orlando and Phoenix seem to be the two cities that offer the most resort day passes!
If you live in Orlando or are visiting with kids, be sure to follow Florida Fun Family Adventures on Instagram for lots of outing suggestions!
- Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress in Orlando
- Omni Orlando Resort
- Hilton Orlando
- Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa
- Hilton Phoenix Resort at the Peak
- The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa in Phoenix
- Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa
- Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
- San Diego Mission Bay Resort
- Hotel del Coronado in San Diego
Is ResortPass Worth it?
We certainly think so! If you live in a tourist destination and don’t need to spend the night, it’s a great way to visit local resort pools without the price tag of an overnight stay. If you have younger kids, resort pools are often very young child friendly, unlike water parks where you are chasing after your kids all day long.
If you are traveling, you might not want to shell out $500/night on a hotel room, so staying at a cheaper place and paying $25/person to use the amenities at a nicer resort makes sense. Keep in mind that if it’s a holiday or if the hotel is fully booked, day passes will not be available to accommodate hotel guests.
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