Here's a shot of the waterpark all lit up night—almost looks like the latest Miami nightclub, no? We have to say, we love the idea of nighttime slides but only if a kiddie curfew was enforced.
If you're into the idea of getting 'Splashtastic' (a word the waterpark people can't stop saying), the waterpark's website has tons (gallons!) of info on all the features, and a nifty countdown to the opening on March 12th.
Basically, hotel guests can buy a waterpark pass for $39.95 (it's $19.95 for non-swimming chaperones), and there a bunch of hotel-waterpark packages available as well. With overnight accommodations and passes, these start from $189 a night, and day passes that give you 4 waterpark passes plus access to a hotel room for the day but not overnight are $120.
Road warriors, don't fear—the waterpark is only open Fridays, weekends, and holiday Mondays. The rest of the week the Radisson Albuquerque should resemble other Radissons, albeit with a slight whiff of chlorine in the air.
[Photos: Courtesy Radisson Albuquerque ]