Paradisul Acvatic

Paradisul Acvatic, Brasov: Hours, Address, Paradisul Acvatic Reviews: 4/5

Paradisul Acvatic
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10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Monday
2:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Paradisul acvatic is the largest recreation complex with indoor and outdoor swimming pools from Romania.Here, in winter or summer, you can find modern pools, indoor and outdoor water slides, SPA at a higher level, but also tennis courts and indoor football, a modern 3 stars hotel and a terrace.The complex extends over 6.5 hectares and has a capacity of 2,000 casual deposit boxes and lockers for clothes and valuables. Paradisul Acvatic complex has 7 modern pools, an olimpic swimming pool with a special area for jumping from a height of 5m, 3m and 1.5m.During the summer outdoor pools (ca.1000 sqm and 90 sqm) with a temperature between 24 and 30 degrees offers the ideal place where you can swim in the sun.The 1300 chairs in the courtyard outside are free of charge and available from spring until late autumn.Also you can benefit from professional massage, active relaxation (fitness, aerobics, Kangoo Jumps) and many other reecreation and leisure activities. Keep your vitality with us!
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Fly With Me
Grajewo, Poland339 contributions
It is always a pleasure to come here for some relax and/or some good fun. I`m usually coming here with my family and friends. Inside there is an olimpic swimming pool with 3 trampolines. One is from 1m high, one from 2m and the last one from 5m for "more" professional swimmers. Other than this there are other swimming pools outdoor and indoor for general swimming and fun. The pools are heated so you won`t have goose bumps entering the water. There are also 4 water slides (2 indoor and 2 outdoor) for the best fun with kids and adults. The place has 2 restaurants/bars (1 indoor, 1 outdoor) where you can buy food, drinks, cakes.... and what ever you would like. Just by the main entrance inside there is a shop where you can buy swimming shorts/suits, water glasses, floats for kids and many more, just in case you forgot something. The prices are very accessible, the entrance fee being 60ron = 12 euros for all day and you have access to everything included. Pools, water slides, sauna... so on. You can opt for a shorter stay up to 3 hrs which is 45ron = 9 euros. Don`t worry about the parking as they`ve got a huge one and is free. If you plan to stay longer they also have a nice hotel at about 50m from the water park facility. Amazing place to spend with family and/or friends.
Written July 3, 2021
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gk1a2b
Bath62 contributions
Family
Fab water park, but insanely crowded. We are regulars to Brasov, and have visited this place loads of times before, but never in summer when the outside pools and slides are open (there are also inside slides and an inside Olympic pool). Our children are both confident swimmers, so we were happy to let them go off and enjoy themselves and made sure an adult was always at the meeting spot, but man it was busy. It would take us 15-20 minutes to find them and the place was just heaving with people. It’s not somewhere I’d go with young children as I’d be worried about either loosing them or them drowning, but a great day out for older kids or teens. In winter it’s less busy and still a lot of fun.
Written July 21, 2022
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Bogdan T
Brasov, Romania12 contributions
Friends
It's not the most fun waterpark, nor the most diverse. Recently a pair of outdoor waterslides have been added, but they don't inform us anywhere about them. Where are they open or not? I'm afraid there's still work to be done here. Still, it's definetly worth the money.
Written June 16, 2021
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Lindy020
Saudi Arabia83 contributions
When I went there it was jam-packed with people. I didn’t feel that the pools were clean. There were so many people going in and out of the saunas that they weren’t really hot. Overall, I just found it to be a little bit of Hell on Earth.

On the plus side, I had a massage. Very well done and well priced too. So, there’s that.

But, let’s just say I’m not going back.
Written January 10, 2020
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corina g
1 contribution
Family
Replacing the outside sunseats with functional ones. We looked for over 30 min for a good one because most had the back broken or the back of the seat was lacking at all. My 4yo was already tired and bored when we finally found one. Creating water slides and activities for younger kids. Besides the little pool that was over occupied there was absolutely nothing that a 4yo could do. The slides were to big for her, the pool for younger kids was full.
Way too expensive compared to what it offers. It was a real disappointment, major waste of time and money.
Written August 30, 2020
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Danno_99
Europe1,823 contributions
Family
Their website is fairly good (check out the prices and opening hours), but it's a little bit difficult to understand exactly what's there, so here goes:

1. An indoor pool - several different areas, with two large water slides 10 m high or so. Also has 2 jacuzzis. The indoor part is heated. Lots of plastic deck chairs.
2. A separate (not heated) indoor olympic-sized pool for serious swimmers and divers. One corner of the pool is 4m deep, with 1m, 3m and 5m diving boards.
3, A small cold pool (for use after the sauna) - partially inside, partially outside
4. A hot pool (sort of like a bath...) partially inside partially outisde
5. A dry sauna set at 60 degrees
6. A dry sauna set at 90 degrees (with an automatic water drip system)
7. A wet sauna, not too hot
8. A "relaxing room" - dark, warm shallow water, you;re supposed to lie on your back and watch strange pictures screened on the ceiling to the accompaniment of soothing music
9. A massage room - ridiculously cheap massages (we never got to try them - book early !)
10. A large outdoor pool and a small outdoor kids pool. This is surrounded by a large grassy area with sunbeds and parasols (which you might have to pay for). There is also a fish spa - 15 lei for 10 minutes...
11. A fitness room with exercise equipment

Food: There is a cafeteria outside and inside - does not look great for a meal, better for snacks, coffee and ice cream. Not expensive.

* TIPS*

WATER SLIDES were good, but have no supervision up top. People seemed to be fairly good at setting off only when the green "go" light went off.

NOTE !!! if you go on the orange slide, there are metal girders just above one of the open parts - DO NOT SIT UP HERE !!! (although the safety pics tell you to !!!) - lie back, at least partially - I am surprised no-one tall's been killed here... If you're tall, take the first ride on the orange slide SLOW and you'll figure it out

FOOD AND DRINK If you're there for the day, bring your own. You'll need lots of water, and you can bring any food in (there's a Carrefour nearby if you need anything...). I saw some people bring in a stack of take-away pizza boxes..

TOWELS are available for 10 lei each or you can bring your own. Adults get a free mini-locker (fits a phone/wallet/keys) each. Larger lockers are available for rent, but you don't really need them.

SLIPPERY when wet. The indoor tiling is not great in most places: make sure to walk slowly or wear flip-flops - otherwise you'll probably slip if barefoot.

WEEKENDS I understand are usually "too" full. We went on a (summer) weekday and the place was full, but not overly so.

KIDS are not allowed in many of the facilities (such as the saunas and the relax room - O14 only, and the slides - O10 only) - however, this rule seems to be universally ignored...
Written August 3, 2016
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Anamaria D
197 contributions
Family
The site is more like a bigger pool complex, it cannot really be called an aquapark. Two slides for the whole complex is not enough to call it that way. Plus, nowadays, aquaparks work with electronic bracelets but here you get a small key for your locker... It also doesn't have much to offer for children: a small pool outside, a small pool indoors, two plastic houses as a playground and that is it. The quality of the water in the smaller pools is also doubtful, the water being rather murky (compared with the bigger pools where it was crystal clear), at least in the afternoon when we got there. It was also very crowded. If you wanted to slide you had to wait in queues of over 50 people...
Written August 9, 2017
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wqa12
Bucharest, Romania21 contributions
I wanted a day out with my son, the weather not exactly helping we decided on the waterpark.
The main swimming pool is ok, water at the right temperature for the time of year.
We jumped from the platforms (1m, 3m, and 5m). Being halfterm it was total chaos. The lifeguards apathetic blowing their whistle now and then, kids almost jumping on top of each other. We tired quickly of this.
There were two slides with children running two flights of wet stairs with no supervision. My son enjoyed this very much (of course, like any preteen would). We had a soak in the pools (water was clean and warm). We used the jacuzzis and the sauna.
We had lunch at the cafe; about what you’d expect - mediocre but functional.
In fact this is my overall summary; mediocre but functional. The place is clean and fit for purpose, but lacks proper attention and needs better upkeep of the changing rooms in particular.
It is a good way to kill 2-3 hours on a rainy day, but no more.
Written November 3, 2017
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Lupsa M
Alba Iulia, Romania15 contributions
Friends
I like this spa and is a very relaxing place.
The sauna at 92 Celsius was awesome.
The blue waterslide is nice, but my back has some scratches after 3 slide. Some of the waterslide joints aren't perfectly polish.
Written January 1, 2017
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Scbachar
Johannesburg, South Africa37 contributions
Family
There are some swimming pools with cold and hot water. Sauna, Jacuzzi, and many more facilitates. Very recommend.
Written April 23, 2016
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