New Crystal Lagoons® Amenity Adjacent to Walt Disney World


A 10,000 bedroom Evermore Orlando Resort has been announced for Orange County, Florida. The development will be anchored by an eight-acre Public Access Lagoon™ powered by Crystal Lagoons® technology and surrounded by a 20-acre tropical beach complex.

Adjacent to Walt Disney World and under ten miles from Universal Orlando Resort, the new resort will also feature the first Conrad hotel in Orlando and a variety of vacation rental houses, villas and flats.

The central element, a crystalline water amenity powered by Crystal Lagoons unique, environmentally sustainable technology, will require up to 100 times less chemicals and only two per cent of the energy of standard pool filtration systems. Surrounding beach areas will offer zero entry swim areas, cabanas, individual fire-pits and watersports alongside waterslides and rope swings.

Also known as PAL™, these man-made lagoons are accessed via ticketed entry and quickly become dynamic business hubs as well as the meeting point for thousands of people, thanks to the wide array of activities they offer, ranging from hotelsrestaurants and retail, to shows, weddings and concerts and streaming events.

A revolutionary concept

With a portfolio of over 2,000 patents, Crystal Lagoons revolutionary concept is currently applied to the PAL business model that has become a new long-term investment alternative. Having witnessed rapid expansion, the firm has more than 1,000 crystalline lagoons in different stages, spotted across 60 countries.

Over 800 of these include PAL components.

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