Fernando Fischmann

An oasis in Orlando thanks to Crystal Lagoons

16 February, 2024 / News

Orlando, the most visited destination in the US, with 75 million tourists annually, offers a wide range of entertainment options but lacks a beach. This was remedied with the recent inauguration of a 3-hectare amenity powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology that also creates a true oasis.

The large body of water is the centerpiece of the first Conrad hotel in Orlando, the luxury brand of the Hilton chain, which is part of the Evermore Orlando Resort megaproject, one of the largest tourism developments in Florida, located just steps away from Disney World and Universal.

This amenity breaks the hotel paradigm by providing truly superior standards and consolidates the presence of Crystal Lagoons in the hospitality and entertainment industry.

The lagoon and the 433-room hotel, which also incorporates a large water-inspired spa and a hydrotherapy garden, are only part of the project’s infrastructure. The complex also includes an 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus, one of the greatest golfers in history, and will totalize more than 10,000 rooms with a variety of houses, villas, and apartments.

The huge crystalline lagoon allows the practice of kayaking and paddleboarding. There will be floating cabanas and slides, among other entertainment and bars, restaurants, and other attractions around it.

“Every hotel project incorporating a Crystal Lagoons® amenity becomes the most attractive destination in the area. Conrad, one of the world’s leading hotel chains, understood this and decided to make a qualitative leap with respect to the existing offer in the most touristic area of the U.S.,” said Iván Manzur, Senior Vice President of Sales of Crystal Lagoons US Corp.

The United States is the main operation of Crystal Lagoons worldwide, with more than 275 projects at different stages of development and negotiation. Among the most important are Aqua, Mirada, Sole Mia, Balmoral, Windsong Ranch, Beachwalk, and Southshore Bay. The recent joint venture to develop four Public Access Lagoons™ complexes, also known as PAL™, in Texas, stands out and will add to the successful public access developments in Epperson (Florida) and Lago Mar (Texas).

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