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Friday, May 17, 2013

Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress re-opening of rec facilities (Press Release)

This month, the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress - a mega resort hotel just outside WDW - opened new outdoor features. From the press release:

Located along the 1,000 feet of white sandy beach of private Lake Windsong, the 800,000 gallon, ½ acre, free- flowing lagoon pool boasts 12 waterfalls, heated and non-heated pools, two whirlpools, new Water Slide Tower Pavilion, new children’s Rock Climbing Stations, new interactive Water Jet Splash Zone, rope bridge, walking paths, and expansive, wrap-around sundecks all inspired by contemporary design matched with the simplicity of timeless fun.
These new features complement the resort’s favorite recreation activities including; S’mores pit with fireside storytelling and classic family marshmallow roasting fun; 1,000 feet of white sandy beach at the 21-acre Lake Windsong with beach volleyball, tether ball, lounge seating and hammocks; watersports with paddleboats, kayaks, hydro bikes, canoes, aqua cycles and sailboats; old-fashioned, canopied surrey bikes and traditional bicycles; four exclusive Jack Nicklaus Signature Design golf courses; Tennis and Racquet Club; and marked jogging, walking, and biking trails. Take a closer look of the new and enhanced activities on the enclosed fact sheet.
The Resort Services Program fee has been waived and therefore all of the following are included: Health Club Open 24 Hours, 9 Hole, Par 3 Pitch N Putt, Water sports: Canoe, Paddle Boat, Hydro Bike, Aqua cycle, Sailboat and Kayak, Bikes: Adults, Children and Surreys, Golf Driving Range, Court Time at the Tennis Racquet Club, Daily Scheduled Shuttle Transportation to Walt Disney World Theme Parks, Universal Studios/ Islands of Adventure and SeaWorld, Wired and Wireless Internet, and Free Local and Toll Free Telephone Service. Plus, we have included valet parking for you.


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Kevin Yee is the author of numerous independent Disney books, including the popular Walt Disney World Earbook series and Walt Disney World Hidden History.