Indoor water parks are the perfect antidote to inclement weather, changing seasons, and shorter days. When attached to hotels and resorts they can also help to boost a property’s ADR and differentiate them from their competition.
While indoor water parks can provide all of the same diversions as an outdoor park, they do come with a different set of requirements. Space is at a premium and regulating air and water quality is paramount, which is why hiring the right company is vital to the success of your park.
Space and Capacity
The amount of space afforded to indoor water parks tends to be on the smaller scale when compared with that of outdoor parks, while expansions tend to be more difficult and expensive.
Maximizing the space you do have with the right balance of attractions and passive use areas is key to creating exceptional guest experiences that keep visitors on site longer and have them returning again and again.
The internal environment comprised of heat, humidity, air quality, sound, relaxation opportunities, seating, and washroom quality determine if a park will have longevity of use and adequate guest attendance to sustain it.
Another fundamental consideration for indoor water parks are the rides, their integration with building systems of support, structure, air handling, and circulation. Ride planning and integration cannot be designed in isolation of other the other fundamental components of a successful water park and the envelope of space defined by the building shell.
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