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The Pool at the Holiday Inn Orlando, Disney Springs Resort Area

By Dave Shute

The pool at the Holiday Inn Orlando is middling among the pool complexes at the seven hotels in the Disney Springs Resort Area.

The least pools among these are those at the Doubletree and Best Western; the best are at the Hilton, the Hilton Buena Vista Palace, and the Wyndham.  The pool at the Holiday Inn (and that at the B Resort & Spa) are in between.

The pool at the Holiday Inn Orlando is  located in a courtyard formed by one side of the main tower, two sides of a shorter six story building, and a landscaped wall.

The tower side of the pool area is the same part of the tower as the bar and grill, creating easy access for drinks and snacks.

Some more views of the pool (see the top of the page for the zero-entry area):

Each photo includes the water jets that kids find fun to play in.

In addition to these, you’ll also find a ping pong table…

…a cornhole game set-up,…

…and a small hot tub

At the pool at the Holiday Inn Orlando in the Disney Springs Resort Area, the bar and grill is convenient, the pool itself is fine, and the amenities aimed at kids and at play are middling among the Disney Springs Resort Area hotels. The pool and its features are fine, but are not strong enough to be a special reason to stay at the Holiday Inn Orlando.

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