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Aqua Dome, Tralee

The Aqua Dome is one of Ireland’s largest Water Worlds and is situated right next door to us! 

Regardless of the weather, the Aqua Dome provides a wonderful day out for all the family packed with adventure and fun! There are an abundance of activities that include swimming, Aqua Dome fitness Gym, Adult only Health Suite, Aqua Golf Course, a game zone area, the Aqua Dome Bungee Trampoline, Giant Slide and Bouncing Castle (outdoor features are weather dependant).

Do you dare to get your feet wet? Come along and enjoy an action packed day full of fun where adults and children alike can enjoy the following:

  • Swim with the current
  • Surf the waves
  • Wrestle the River Rapids
  • Relax in the Lazy River
  • Ride the Sky High Flume
  • Plunge down the Outdoor Falling Rapids
  • Enjoy the Whirlpool spas, Bubble seat, Sprays, Cannons, Gushers, Geysers, Childrens pools, Spa pools

The Aqua Dome is packed with fun for all the family to enjoy, young & old, swimmers and non-swimmers. All pool areas are monitored by qualified lifeguards. Swimming hats are not compulsory. 

There is Free Parking and there are spaces available for disabled parking. Ramps are situated both outside and inside the Aqua Dome to facilitate wheelchair use. Why not treat yourself or a loved one to one of the special offer memberships with unlimited time and unlimited use. Relax, get fit or have fun. Just Let Yourself Go.....

Guests of The Rose Hotel can enjoy this incredible amenity at a special hotel rate of:

  • Family ticket: €20.00 (2 Adults & 2 Children), and our Christmas Family Breaks include a Family Pass, click here to view our offers! 
To book our Christmas Family Breaks Breaks click here or call us today on + 353 66 7199100 or emails reservations@therosehotel.com.
 

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