In the winter, four main areas are open. There is the kids pool area. It has 3 slides, which were perfect sized for Clarissa but still fun enough for Mason. The lifeguards do not let parents go down the slides though.
There is also a giant bucket of water that dumps periodically. Clarissa was funny when we first got there. She would wait for the bucket to dump, then run up the stairs to go down the slide, then wait again.....she got dumped on once (must have mis-timed it) and after that she was fine.
They have a really large pool (I think it is called the relaxation pool). There is some in-water seating around the sides. They have a number of fountain features that alternate and sometimes it is just still water. The hexagon shape turns on for a water fall. Past the floaties, there are a couple poles, they shoot out a shower of water. The in water seating will also bubble up/massage your back.
Here is a video of some of the fountain fun.
Uhhh, apparently you will have so much fun you will want to lick the floaties? (You can also see the water fall to the left of me)
You could also view the snow covered mountains in the distance from the windows in this room.
There is also a hot tub in the boat. The boat looks like an old pirate ship and is surrounded by the lazy river (which is closed in the winter). The water is real nice and it a huge hot tub (hot pool might be a better word....it was probably about 3 meters wide and 5 meters long). Around the whole perimeter there is in-water seating. There is also a cycle of different power bubbles coming from different zones of the hot pool. We didn't get any decent photos in this area. It has very low lighting (no windows).
The last area open in the winter.....the tower of tubes! There are 6 different tubes. Red is SUPER fast! In fact, their website says you can achieve speeds of 59.8 km/h. The skin I lost from the back of my leg can confirm the speed somewhat....lol. The black tube is pitch dark, with the occasional strobe light or flash of light through a tiny star shaped window and Mason said music (X-files song) is playing. The blue slides are the slow ones (we were able to ride down those with Clarissa in our laps). The orange and yellow tubes are in the middle speed wise. The only drawback to the super long slides of the tower of tubes, is the walk up to the slides. I would say it is probably 5 or 6 flights in the giant circular staircase to get to the fun. Their website also touts the slides are the highest in Eastern Europe and longest combined distance track in the Caucasus region.
Richard got a video of him cruising down the slow blue slide (must use our go-pro!), but the slide is sooooo long the 1 minute ride is too large of a file to upload.
The locker room is really nice. Upon paying, you are given a wrist band. The wrist band can be used to lock your locker. (You can also lock an additional mini-locker at the tower of slides in case you have any prohibited items. The life guard did not want Clarissa wearing her pool vest and Mason wearing his rash guard, so we stowed them in the mini locker). The locker rooms also have private changing areas and showers as well.
In the summer, you can use the wave pool (with a rock climbing wall during the non-wave times), the lazy river I mentioned earlier, sand volleyball court, olympic pool, and outdoor gym equipment. During the summer you can also get an outside area only pass. The wrist band will open turnstiles to the different areas allowed by what package you have purchased.
There is also a wellness spa, but given I have had the kids with me every time I go, I have not upgraded to a VIP or Excellent package to check out all those treats (all types of saunas, a 24K gold chair to lounge in, hot stone couches, etc).
Details: Gino Paradise
Address: Near the Tbilisi sea
Coordinates: N41°44.541’ E44°49.838’
Telephone: (+995) 322 15 85 85
Open from 12:00 to 23:00
For the business package: Kids 6 and under are free. Kids 7-12 are 27 GEL for 3 hours. Adults are 39 GEL for 3 hours.
They accept credit cards for payment. We bring cash for the snack stands though.