Waves inside a roof: Radisson Hotel gives New Mexico its first indoor water park!
It does seem a bit strange that New Mexico did not have an indoor water park until this day when Radisson Hotel in Albuquerque decided to present the city with an amusement and relaxation option that is already well established in many cities across the planet. For a cultural and social hub like New Mexico not to have an indoor water park for so long in fact seems like a travesty. But now they at least have one and this one seems well worth the wit with grand interiors, lots of fun options on the inside and rides galore.
Spread across an area of 30,000 square-foot the park now sports five pool features including a 63,895-gallon lazy river and double slide plunge pool with a raft slide and tube slide, a 32,235-gallon kids’ activity pool, a 12,577-gallon wading pool with play structure for younger children a 8,690-gallon indoor/outdoor adult whirlpool spa and a 57,230 gallon dual Flow Rider Wave Rider. Yup, all that inside one dome and more!
With an Arcadia, place to paint your own pottery and plenty of other attractions the park makes up in quality for what it lacks in size. Opening March 12th, this sure could be the most happening place in all of New Mexico; especially with summer round the corner.