10 Best Caribbean Resort with Waterpark Options

If you’re looking for a Caribbean resort with a water park, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll tell you all about the 10 best Caribbean resort with waterpark options, including all-inclusive resorts with water parks plus one of the largest waterpark resorts in the entire region.

Atlantis, The Bahamas

If you like mega-sized fun, Atlantis (located on Paradise Island near Nassau in The Bahamas) is the best Caribbean resort with waterpark for you. The onsite Aquaventure packs 141 acres with a huge variety of amenities including 11 pools, high-speed waterslides, a water-play fort, the Rapids River ride, and 5 miles of white sand beaches.

Atlantis is a giant resort as well, featuring 5 different areas you can stay in, multiple pools, an aquarium, a marine habitat, a marina and village, a casino, a golf course, several beaches, and more than 20 restaurants. Note that Atlantis is not an all-inclusive resort, although staying there does give you access to the waterpark. Also, anyone can buy a day pass to Atlantis and the waterpark, so it can get very crowded during peak times.

Beaches Turks & Caicos

Some of the best all-inclusive family resorts with water parks are the Beaches resorts, which are a sister company to Sandals. Beaches Turks & Caicos is set along a gorgeous white-sand beach in the tropical paradise of Turks & Caicos, and features a huge waterpark with multiple waterslides, a lazy river, a surf simulator, a splash area for young kids, and plenty of lounge chairs and cabanas for parents.

The waterpark area also has several dining options so you can fuel up without having to leave. Spacious family rooms are located within easy walking distance of the waterpark, and there’s plenty to do in the rest of the resort as well. Like all Beaches resorts, there’s a kids’ camp, an Xbox play lounge, and tons of entertainment—plus the Caribbean’s first certified autism center.

Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort, Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Set in gorgeous Punta Cana, this is another of the best Caribbean family resorts with water parks, especially for Nickelodeon fans. In addition to the fun waterpark with waterslides and lazy rivers, you’ll find all sorts of special themed amenities and activities including a sliming lottery and brunch with characters.

The all-inclusive Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort also features a lovely beach, watersports, a kids’ club, multiple pools including an adults-only pool, a gym, and a spa. For extra fun, book the villa that’s designed like Sponge Bob’s pineapple house!

Royalton Splash Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

This all-inclusive family resort in the Dominican Republic is home to one of the largest waterparks in the Caribbean, with 7 large waterslides, a wave pool, multiple other pools, tubes, splash pads, and spray grounds.

Royalton Splash Punta Cana also offers a kids’ club and a teen lounge, plus a great beach, nonmotorized watersports, tennis, a fitness center, daily and nightly entertainment, an arcade, and a spa.

Beaches Negril, Jamaica

Set on world-famous Seven Mile Beach in Negril, this family all-inclusive resort in Jamaica has an enormous beachfront waterpark covering 18,000 square feet. In addition to a lazy river and a plunge pool, there’s a waterslide that’s 200 feet long. There are also 3 pools and 3 whirlpools.

Families also enjoy relaxing on the beautiful beach or taking part in complimentary watersports, which include kayaking, paddleboarding, Hobie Cat sailing, snorkeling, and scuba diving. There’s a kids’ camp with certified nannies, Xbox play lounge, daily and nightly entertainment, and tennis courts as well. Plus, all the rooms and suites at Beaches Negril have recently been renovated. (There’s also a Beaches resort in Ocho Rios.)

Jewel Runaway Bay Beach Resort & Waterpark, Jamaica

Another all inclusive Caribbean resort with waterpark in Jamaica, Jewel Runaway Bay also has an onsite golf course and a private beach. The waterpark features a selection of waterslides and pools for all ages of children.

Kids can also play laser tag, basketball, tennis, and beach volleyball plus go swimming and enjoy watersports. Parents will love the 7 dining options, 2 bars, nightclub, and spa. All rooms and suites have balconies or terraces, and some have private pools.

Iberostar Paraiso Lindo, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Along Mexico’s coast you’ll find one of the best-rated Caribbean all-inclusive family resorts with waterparks, Iberostar Paraiso Lindo. It’s located near Cancun and Playa del Carmen on a beautiful private beach, and offers a selection of watersports and land activities including tennis and a nearby golf course.

The waterpark has a wave pool, main pool with swim-up bar, recreational pool with water polo, and multiple waterslides. There’s also a spa with a sauna so the parents can relax after a busy day with the kids.

Moon Palace, Cancun, Mexico

Another top choice in Mexico is Moon Palace, one of the best Caribbean hotels with waterparks for families who like to stay active. It offers a great kids’ club as well as a waterpark with FlowRider double wave simulator in addition to waterslides and pools. Kids also love the cool playroom, mini-racetrack, and art studio.

Adults will love the Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, spa, and variety of gourmet dining options. Moon Palace is set on a private beach just south of Cancun and only 10 minutes from the airport.

Dreams Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort, Mexico

Located about 30 minutes south of Cancun on a white-sand beach, this luxury all-inclusive family resort with waterpark has waterslides plus two children’s pools, two infinity pools overlooking the beach, a lazy river, and 6 outdoor hot tubs.

Dreams Playa Mujeres also offers a kids’ club and a teen club, a fitness center, a spa, nonmotorized watersports, tennis, archery, beach and pool volleyball, scuba diving, and golf plus a wide range of daily and nightly entertainment. (There are also multiple other Dreams resorts with waterparks in the Caribbean.)

Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa, St. Lucia

Featuring the largest waterpark in St. Lucia, the all-inclusive Coconut Bay also offers a beautiful beach lined with palm trees; watersports including paddleboarding, kayaking, kitesurfing, and snorkeling; a kids’ club; paintball; a fitness center; a spa; tennis courts; and daily and nightly entertainment.

Coconut Bay is divided into two sections: Splash, the family-friendly part, and Harmony, which is an adults-only section for grown-ups who are kids at heart! There are 5 pools, 8 restaurants, and 7 bars throughout the 85-acre resort.

Now that you’ve learned about all these Caribbean resort with waterpark choices, which one is best for you? Let us know in the comments! And if you’d like help planning your trip, or are still not sure where to go, feel free to reach out to one of our trusted travel advisors!

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