Hotel at a Glance: CoCo Key Water Resort
At CoCo Key Water Resort’s 55,000-square-foot indoor water park, the water is always a balmy 84 degrees. Families can zoom down water slides, float down an indoor river, and play water basketball amid faux palm trees year round. Select options of this getaway include four passes for the indoor water park.
- Enjoy burgers, chicken and pasta at TradeWinds Restaurant & Lounge or refuel with Starbucks coffee from the Grand Cafe; some options include a $25 daily dining credit.
- Free WiFi and cable in all guest rooms
- For business travelers: 40,000 square feet of meeting space and a business center with access to AV equipment and catering services
Waterbury, Connecticut: Riverside City with Rich History
Set on the banks of the Naugatuck River, Waterbury is known as America’s Brass City because it was one of the leading producers of brass watches and buttons during the 19th century. Today, you can check out antique clocks and wristwatches or help put together a functioning timepiece at Timexpo: The Timex Museum, which is housed in a former factory. The Mattatuck Museum delves deeper into the city’s past, with Civil War artifacts and interactive exhibits.
From Waterbury, it’s an easy day trip to New York City (about a 90-minute drive away) or Hartford (about a 30-minute drive away), Connecticut’s capital city. Popular destinations in Hartford include the domed capitol building and Mark Twain’s former home, which is open for tours.
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