Polin shares details of largest indoor waterpark in Europe
Upcoming multi-use facility Park of Poland has now entered the first phase of its development, which includes Europe’s largest indoor water park, Suntago Waterworld. Located in the Village of Wręcza near the town of Mszczonów, less than an hour’s drive from the capital Warsaw, the facility will cover 190 acres with a theme park, hotels, shopping centre and conference venues. Developers Global City Holdings and Wund Group claim that once complete it will be Europe’s second-largest entertainment complex.
Suntago Water World will cover square metres 67,000 and up to 10,000 people, with 18 swimming pools, 32 water slides, 10 saunas and luxury spas, and a 40,000 square metre ‘tropical’ garden complete with more than 700 real, imported palm trees and other plants from Malaysia, Florida and Costa Rica.
Furthering the tropical experience, the park is warmed to tropical temperatures of 32°C (89°F) and provides three distinct tropical experiences with the Jamango Water Jungle, Relax Suntago and the Saunaria Suntago areas.
Relax Suntago and Saunaria Suntago are only open to guest over the age of 16, and a semi-submerged revolving door leads from the main pool to an outdoor area, while a separate room houses baths infused variously with Dead Sea salt, potassium, sulphur and other minerals claimed to have curative properties.
Jamango, the main area for families to enjoy their days together, features more than a dozen of Polin’s signature waterslides, including multiracer Windigo, mat-racing slide The Multisurf and Looping Rocket, featuring a unique “launch capsule” 73 feet in the air with a trap door that sends riders through a high-speed, horizontal, 360-degree loop, as well as tube and raft slides.