by Shanna Jones
Seaworld Resort at Main Beach is a low-rise family accommodation option with a water park and unlimited access to Sea World Resort. The hotel is set among lush tropical gardens, and families have a choice of anything from double family rooms to executive spa suites, which are equipped with cots, cable TV, balconies or patios, and free Wi-Fi.
Within the resort, there is a whole host of amenities available to keep families from needing nothing on their adventure-packed vacation. Nearby to the rooms, there are four restaurants: The Hatsuhana Japanese restaurant, the Shoreline, which serves buffet meals; the Waterfall cafÃ©; and the Lobby Lounge Bar. There’s a Spongebob Squarepants and Dora the Explorer themed kids’ club, and there is also a waterpark for the whole family to enjoy.
Our Editor Loves
- Family waterpark
- Hatsuhana Japanese restaurant
- Nickelodeon character appearances
- Water Parks
- Onsite Dining
Stayed in Premium interconnecting rooms. Lovely views over pool and Broadwater. Rooms were adequate.
Check in was quick and easy. Easy entry to Seaworld. Had lunch at Waterfall cafe. Great family meal deals. Pools had lifeguards all day. Waterpark was not working - under repairs. Had breakfast and dinner at shoreline restaurant. Great special deal for dinner. Good variety. The lobby bar was good for happy hour drinks.
Affordable way to have B&B and themepark ticket included.
Recently stayed with family for 5 nights. Great deal with access the to worlds. Plenty of dining options on site.
In Shoreline buffet vegan members of family were very well accommodated by chef Sagar (apologies if i have the name wrong). Outstanding service from him. Breakfast buffet somewhat lacking in choice for a large hotel.
Water park was not operational during our stay. No notification so i cannot say how long it has been out of action. The water park is a major draw card for our kids so i would have appreciated a heads up to potentially change the dates of out travel. Pool towels in plentiful supply. Food and drink options at waterfall cafe are OK. The kids pasta particularly small serving size. And the server struggled to keep up at busy times.
Be warned they do not have adequate car parking for guests. Returning to the resort in the evenings there were no car spots. People resorted to parking on crossings and at the end of aisles etc. managed to sit in the car park on one occasion and wait in the car park for someone to leave. all other occasions had to park down the road. This presents challenges when carrying bags and sleeping children.
We stayed in park wing. Room was OK. Bedding was tired and saggy.
Drying rack for each room would be a god send. Chairs on balcony struggle to cope with wet swim gear for family of four.