by Hilarey Wojtowicz
Hotel pools don’t compare to an onsite waterpark. The Coco Key Hotel and Waterpark Resort offers guests all the workings of a hotel resort, plus a fully equipped waterpark at a discounted rate. And with weekly, seasonal activities, plus SeaWorld and Universal Studios just a short drive from the resort, Coco Key might just be the place for your family to stay on vacation. Transportation is available for resort guests to and from the local theme parks, too.
Coco Key has more than 350 guestrooms that can house up to eight people at a time, and they provide mini-refrigerators and high-def TV’s. Connecting rooms are available, as well, for larger families. Guestrooms come with king, queen and double bed options.
Grab food at the Pizza Hut Express or Gator’s Grab n’ Go Convenience Store if your family is on the run, or sit down for a family dinner at one of the two onsite restaurants, Tradewinds or Callaloo Grille. Tradewinds, Coco Key’s signature restaurant, offers a variety of tropical flavors, whereas Callaloo Grille focuses on laid-back bites, such as burgers, wraps and chicken fingers. Room service is also available.
Keep an eye out for CoCo, the cooky red parrot mascot of Coco Key, too, and take a picture with him!
Our Editor Loves
- Onsite waterpark
- Connecting rooms available
- Mini in-room refrigerators
- Theme Park
- Water Parks
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Onsite Dining
Have to say this was definitely better than expected, nice clean modern rooms with an amazing water park. Great pools for hotel guests and the water park was free to enter too (only for hotel guest public had to pay). Staff all friendly and the free shuttle bus to universal was invaluable, but this has to be booked in advance. My family really enjoyed the hotel and it was in walking distance of lots of restaurants on I drive. Next door to the titanic experience and within easy reach of the I4. Will def stay again, when coming back to Florida. Thank you
by Amarilys M
Great resort, employees are very committed to the guest. Natalia Montalvo, a lifeguard, helped me get around the hotel and recommended restaurants around the resort. If she did not know the answer to a question, she reached out to someone who could help.