Toronto, Canada, November 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Inflated Game Systems, in 2009, developed The World’s Largest Inflatable Water Slide on the same scale as Water Slides in major theme parks but for only a tenth of the cost and a fragment of the work. At 175 feet long and 45 feet high, it takes only one day to put in place, attach the blowers and it inflates in about 15 minutes and is ready to thrill families and guests alike. When done, deflate, roll up and pack away.
The World Hotel Waterpark Construction Report states that Developers worldwide, excluding North America, are under construction with 15 hotel waterpark resorts that are expected to open in 2010 --- showing growth of 30% compared to 11 properties opening the same period last year.
By year end 2010, there will be 205 hotels with 26,426 rooms, 139 million square feet of outdoor waterparks and 5.1 million square feet of indoor waterpark space outside of North America.
Hotels with indoor water parks continue to perform better than hotels without indoor waterparks --- especially in a tough economy.
The hoteliers took note that as the travel market entered the down trend; families wanting to travel had to tighten the budget. Not having the funds to go for week long trips, they started looking for weekend trips that they could immerse themselves for 2 to 3 days as a family sharing quality time.
In the 1940’s Hoteliers added swimming pools to keep guests comfortable in their stays. Hotels now and for the last 5 years have begun the process of converting their swimming pools into mini water parks and water play by adding poolside water slides and more structured self- supporting water slides.
Inflated Games Systems are a unique and innovative company. The company vision for the future is to see inflatables used in many new and different applications that have not been thought of before. Since 1987, they have been meeting the needs for clients all over the world by designing and building inflatables where specialization was needed coupled with mobility.