Paradisul Acvatic

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Paradisul Acvatic
Bulevardul Grivitei 2F - 2G
268 440 070

Adult Admission Price & Policy

RON 35 for 2 hours. [September, 2018]
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Local Hotel(s)
Guests registered at the adjacent Hotel Alinalex, which shares its website with the pool [telephone 268 440 010]: Free. [September, 2018]
Note: Arrangements between hotels and pools change and we’re rarely notified when they do; if you’re considering making a reservation at a hotel based on the information in this listing, we recommend you contact the pool to make sure the deal is still an offer.

Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
40m x 18m, 6 lanes, 2m - 4m depth, indoors, 27º - 29ºC (80º - 84ºF)
1m, 3m, and 5m diving platforms.


45.673567, 25.586217

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

We got the pool's dimensions from its website. We originally doubted that the pool would be 40 meters long, but our reviewer, below, indicates that a 40 meter length is not out of the question.

Facility Reviews

This complex includes both a swimming pool and indoor water park, complete with slides, waterfalls, and saunas. Upon entry, you are given a wristband that is used to lock and unlock a locker in a massive, co-ed locker room. I recommend double checking that it works; the first time I tested it out my locker somehow didn't stay locked.

On the Sunday afternoon I visited, the pools were bustling with lots of families. In the large pool, three lanes were set up for lap swimming. One had up to 15 people hanging out in it; I chose one of the other two, which had just a few patrons swimming casual laps. It was fun to take a break mid-swim to test out a waterslide!

I asked someone who worked there how long the pool was; he said 35 meters but didn't seem too sure. My stroke count was about 1½ times what it normally takes me to swim one length of a 25 meter pool.
[November, 2018]