The opening date for LetoLeto’s Tyumen waterpark has been announced. The new resort, which was developed with a mind to revamp the area’s image as a tourist centre, will open its doors to the public on May 1st 2018.
LetoLeto waterpark will span an area of 50,000 square-metres and feature tropical theming throughout, as well as over 70 water attractions. Eight of these will be water slides – designed and manufactured by Polin Waterparks – with the total length of all the park’s slides exceeding 1km.
Also included at LetoLeto is a lazy rover with 3km flow speed, a wave pool covering 750 metres-squared with four programmable modes, and one of the biggest kid’s zones in Russia, covering 1300 metres-squared.
The park can host up to 2500 guests, who will be able to book accommodation in the LetoLeto Park-Hotel, and grab a bite in the park’s chain of cafes, bars, bistros, and restaurants. LetoLeto also houses a spa centre, fitness grounds, sports centre, baths, and saunas.
“LetoLeto is a gift for those appreciating comfort and quality and willing to obtain the additional opportunities available both at the world-class resorts and in the best waterparks around the globe,” said Mark Dobryansky, Sibintel Holding’s head of public affairs.