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CoCo Key Water Resort Omaha, Omaha

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Not surprisingly for a city of its size, Omaha has a diverse range of accommodation options to suit a variety of tastes and budgets. A hotel close to downtown is usually more expensive, but enables guests to experience the best of Omaha's nightlife, shopping, and dining on foot. An apartment rental in one of the city's vibrant residential neighborhoods might be a good choice if you are planning a longer stay in the city. You'll find national chain hotels and motels in many of Omaha's suburbs.
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  • The hotel is under new ownership. A room for four should have 4 towels 4 washcloths . Instead we had 3 and 3 not that big of a deal. Not being able to get a hold of the front desk for 20 minutes unacc...  more »
  • I took a group of High School Seniors. The park is geared for younger children. It is very loud, but is a perfect spot for elementary age children. The food in the snack bar was excellent. Jeff the pe...  more »
  • It is fun with water and slides. Good hotel rooms but room service lost my monopoly board game. Make sure you don't go on slides with mean people because I have been pushed down them before. Other tha...  more »
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  • Went her for just the day we did not have a hotel room. First it was incredibly expensive to get into. Me and my husband paid 40 a person just to get in on a Saturday. The water park itself is really geared towards children and had only a couple of things for adults or older children. The water slides were a lot of fun as was the lazy river. Although the lazy river has some big chunks missing in the floor and my husband cut his toe pretty good. We were with my husband's family and they had small children there that did really enjoy themselves. The water its self was quite cold though and we had to take the kids out to warm up a couple of times. The food available was good and reasonably priced. They even had vegetarian options. I found the locker rooms a bit small for as many people as there were for a Saturday. Overall I thought this was extremely over priced for what it was. Definitely book a room or get discounted tickets otherwise it's not worth the money.
  • Made what seemed like a good deal of $249. For 2 nights and 6 water park tickets. The water park was great. The tower room on the 5th floor was filthy and disgusting and not worth $20. Per night, let alone $100. But we stayed and didn't complain, June 9, and 10. Now, we got the bank statement and have been overcharged $300. And conveniently no one at the hotel will answer the phone or call back. For $300. though, I will drive to the hotel and get my money. They best fix this! The agreed upon price of $249 plus tax cannot possibly be $549.
  • This place is absolutely filthy. Not only that, extremely expensive. I will never bring my family back. The staff was also extremely rude. For the price, I could have taken my family to an amusement park that offers a lot more, is cleaner, and a staff that isn't rude! I will NOT recommend this place to anyone! Also, the lifeguards we're not paying attention to their area at all. They were all messing around with the other guard that was across the area to them.
  • We're locals, so we've been here a few times over the years. That being said, several changes have taken place over the years. One, the arcade has really taken off, and is actually a really neat place for the kiddos to go - if you don't mind spending an arm and a leg. Two, it's true, that the water park itself has gotten a bit run down over the years, it was easily noticed when we walked in. I don't think visitors to the hotel would notice as easily upon first glance though. You can see a few spots in the walls where it apparently needs some TLC and the bottom of the lazy river, has some serious chunks out of it. Overall, it could be worse, but it definitely has been better. Three, I did see several previous reviewers mention the chlorine. I will say this, we were there for probably close to six hours and my throat began to burn from the amount of it in just the air. After being home for several hours my nose is still burning. Four, the staff....On the phone several weeks back, they were extremely lackluster and very unhelpful. Today though, they were great! My one son fell and cut his knee open and scratched his ankle up good coming off of one slide. The folks behind the first aid area were awesome, but it didn't escape my attention that they both knew exactly which slide he'd slipped getting out of before we told them. So, I think this must be a regular occurrence. I did notice that the 'restaurant' staff was extremely short handed for the amount of folks present, only two on staff. Other than that, the entire staff from the front desk gals to the life guards were great. Five, I did have to agree with some previous reviewers who expresses concern over the alarming lack of life guards on hand. Back in the day, there was one for every exit to the lazy river, two for the big slides - one to allow kids up, and one at the exit of the pool, and one or two walking the Splashground area. The day we visited the kiddie pool was closed for remodeling, but there would've been one or two there as well. Today though, there was one at the slides, and one at the basketball pool area and they weren't even there the entire time. That was a little concerning considering the amount of people that began to crowd the lazy river, and pool area. Overall, it was a pretty good trip, and we plan to go back.
  • Had a lot of fun with my 4 and 6 year old girls! Definitely starting to show its age. Not enough blow up tubes for the amount of patrons so I had to wait 10 minutes for one. Pizza available and game room too!