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Review: CoCo Keys Water Resort at Mt. Laurel Marriott

Summer definitely went by way too quickly. I’m pretty sure I found a great way to hang on to summer. Last week we checked out CoCo Keys Water Resort in Mt. Laurel, NJ and stayed at the Marriott which is conveniently connected to the water resort.

Parrot’s Perch

Less than 30 mins away from Philadelphia this makes the perfect family trip on a budget. We started the day off at CoCo Keys. Stepping into the lobby it was clean and open which is always important to me especially during peak seasons with larger crowds. As soon as we stepped into the water resort it immediately felt like summer even though it was much cooler outside. We were excited to get into the water! Check out the view from the moment you walk in.

There is definitely something for everyone of all ages. I personally enjoyed the lounge chairs and indoor/outdoor spa. My daughter couldn’t get enough of the water slide. My hubby loves all the exciting stuff like the 3 body and raft water slides! But we were all a fan of the classic lazy river. The major thing that stood out to me the most was the amount of lifeguards on duty. Granted it is our responsibility as parents to keep an eye on our children however it’s comforting to know that there are trained lifeguards keeping additional eyes on our safety.
After we had our fill of water fun we took a little walk to the lobby of the Marriott to check in for our stay. Although the water resort is connected to the hotel you wouldn’t even know it walking through the hallways. It is quiet with a completely different atmosphere away from the excitement of the water park. We stayed in a standard room with 2 full beds which was more than enough room for the 3 of us. Loved how clean and modern it was that we would have been more than happy to relax in the room the rest of the night. 
But after dinner we were excited that we could go back down to CoCo Keys and enjoy their state of the art arcade with everything from Dance Dance Revolution to Skee Ball. The Key Quest Arcade along with the water resort didn’t close until 9pm. It was a fun way to end the night.
Key Quest Arcade

I definitely would recommend this for not only families but anyone looking for a fun affordable local getaway even if it’s for one night. CoCo Keys Water Resort at Mt. Laurel is currently offering an overnight packages available for sale and valid for one night stay on September 28th or 29th.
It includes:

  • One (1) night stay in a standard guest room
  • Four (4) passes to CoCo Key Water Resort valid for one day of entry on day of check-in

Overnight Package: $129 per package

Special thanks to Linda who checked us in, Charlie for his wonderful reception and Rachel for all of her help!


Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product for the purposes of this post. This post reflects my personal experience and opinion which may differ from yours. No monetary compensation was provided for this post. 

2 Responses to Review: CoCo Keys Water Resort at Mt. Laurel Marriott

  1. Maureen says:

    Sounds like a great place! I've heard of it, but we've never had the chance to check it out yet…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Adore CoCO Key! Think it's one of the best places ever! So much fun, no matter what the weather…we're so lucky to be within driving distance! Would love free passes to go again!:)
    gditro@gmail.com

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