Developing a world-class theme park or attraction resort is no small feat - it takes careful planning and impeccable design.
This planning tool provides all the information you need to know about the layout and sizing of these top resorts, so that you can benchmark your own project against the best in the world. Learn from the best and avoid making costly mistakes.
This report contains satellite maps of each resort, clearly highlighting the location of every component, from theme parks to hotel accommodations, retail, campgrounds, and other entertainment. Because size matters when it comes to planning a successful resort, we've also measured everything in square meters.
So if you're looking to create a one-of-a-kind resort that will attract visitors from all over the world, this is the perfect place to start your planning. Review the top projects, and make your vision a reality with our Resort Planning and Sizing tool.
The resorts detailed in this report include the following, organized by geography:
- Yas Island (UAE)
- Dubai Parks & Resorts (UAE)
- Disney Resort Orlando (Florida)
- Disneyland Resort (California)
- Seaworld Florida (Florida)
- Universal Studios Orlando (Florida)
- Legoland California (California)
- Atlantis Bahamas (Bahamas)
- Seaworld Australia (Australia)
- Warner Bros. Gold Coast (Australia)
- Everland Resort (Korea)
- Resorts World Singapore (Singapore)
- Nagashima Spa Land (Japan)
- Tokyo Disney Resort (Japan)
- OCT Resort (China)
- Shanghai Disney Resort (China)
- Chimelong Paradise (China)
- Chimelong Ocean Kingdom (China)
- Legoland Japan (Japan)
- Legoland Malaysia (Malaysia)
- Tivoli Gardens (Denmark)
- Port Aventura (Spain)
- Europa Park (Germany)
- Efteling (Germany)
- Disney Paris Resort (France)
- Blackpool Pleasure Beach (United Kingdom)
- Legoland Windsor (United Kingdom)
Note: These are sizes as measured by our team via satellite map, and may or may not correspond to ‘official’ announcements.
In this report we detail the area and amenities that would be available to, or perceived by guests to be part of the resort, regardless of the ownership entity, and whether the primary ownership group owns all parts of the “resort” or not. In many cases, hotel accommodations and/or entertainment elements are owned and controlled by groups separate from those owning the theme park.