Park of Poland has officially opened Suntago Waterworld – which is now Europe’s largest indoor water park.
By Niamh Larkin
This marks the first phase of the 190-acre development, which will include a theme park, hotels, a shopping center and conference venues. Once completed, Park of Poland will be the second-largest entertainment complex in Europe, according to developers Global City Holdings and Wund Group.
Suntago Water World has a maximum capacity of 10,000 people and will be open 365 days a year. The water park encompasses 18 swimming pools, 32 water slides, 10 saunas and luxury spas and a tropical garden with 700 imported palm trees and plants from Malaysia, Florida and Costa Rica.
To help maintain the tropical experience, the park will be warmed to 89 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celcius). There will also be three distinct tropical areas for guests to relax in: Jamango Water Jungle, Relax Suntago and Saunaria Suntago.
Jamango Water Jungle is referred to as the “center of the galaxy” and main area for families, with various swimming pools, a lazy river, a wave pool with retractable roof, artificial surf park and over 12 water slides.
Relax Suntago has heated thermal pools, a swim-up bar and the majority of the foliage from the tropical garden. A semi-submerged revolving door leads from the main pool to an outdoor pool that remains heated. There is also a separate room with baths that are infused with Dead Sea salt, potassium, sulfur and other minerals with curative properties. This area is only available to guests ages 16 and up.
Saunaria Suntago area features sunbeds, sauna, steam room and relaxation areas that are set to different temperatures and humidities. In this area, there is a collection of rooms known as the Egyptian Village, the Korean Lesiure Room and the Maldives Beach Sauna. These rooms feature handmade artifacts that help create a cultural and geographic-inspired experience. Guests are able to book beauty treatments and massages in this area, which is only available to guests ages 16 and up.
Suntago Waterworld capacity is currently limited to help promote physical distancing. Lines are spaced out with a distance of six feet (two meters) and guests are required to wear face masks in the main hall and locker rooms. Hand sanitizer is available to guests around the park and there is regular disinfection of all common areas.
Park of Poland also completes a daily full disinfection of the park. Cashless payments are available due to special payment bands and there are also two sliding roofs in the indoor water park to help enable air circulation.
Guests can purchase tickets at ParkOfPoland.com