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Old 02-20-2013, 07:56 PM   #1
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Salt water pools?

Do any of the WDW resorts have a salt water pool?

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The Shades of Green has a salt water pool. The Shades of Green is close to the Poly but is for military families (on Disney property but not Disney owned/operated though guests do get extra magic hours.)
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Swan and/or Dolphin does (guests of either can use pools at both). They also have lap pools, rare at the other resorts. On Disney property but not Disney owned, so they gets most but not all on-site perks.
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The Shades of Green has a salt water pool. The Shades of Green is close to the Poly but is for military families (on Disney property but not Disney owned/operated though guests do get extra magic hours.)
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Swan and/or Dolphin does (guests of either can use pools at both). They also have lap pools, rare at the other resorts. On Disney property but not Disney owned, so they gets most but not all on-site perks.
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I stayed at the Swan last June and used both the lap pool and the Grotto Pool. I don't think that either one was salt water.
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OP, you can ask about the pools on the Swan & Dolphin thread. Many of the posters there have stayed at both resorts multiple times. They would know for sure, but I definitely don't remember the pools as being salt water.
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OP, you can ask about the pools on the Swan & Dolphin thread. Many of the posters there have stayed at both resorts multiple times. They would know for sure, but I definitely don't remember the pools as being salt water.
Thank you so much. I was really hoping one of the "beach" themed resorts would have one - CBR, SSR, BC... Especially BC, what a great "excuse" to stay there for a night!
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:53 AM   #9
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SAB at BC is excuse enough to stay there...even though it isn't salt water.
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