This is the better pool to go into. Except for the fact that the chairs are always reserved. Something on each chair even though there is only 5 people in the room. It's still the best, because it's almost always empty.
The morning is the best time to soak in the hot tub. 15 minutes is the amount you should be in here. There is a pop up timer in the rim of the tub, like a turkey has. The bubbles will inflate bathing suits so beware. It's hard to sit down, because the bubbles push you back up. The hot tub uses fresh, not salty, water. But they use a ton of chlorine. They recommend a quick rinse in the shower before and after using the tub or pool. The tub should hold about 6 people. Or about 8-10 if they just put their feet in it. The temperature is quite warm, and you will over heat if you stay in too long. Be prepared for the shock of gravity when you get out - I always forget that feeling.
This room has an african theme to it. It can be used when it's raining or not. The roof opens and closes. At night it's usually closed. They have a little bridge that climbs over the back of the pool. Large plaster elephant heads, bigger then real life adorn the back wall. I didn't see it until I was in the tub, but there are little monkeys opposite the tub. All of them make faces at you. I totally forgot to get pictures of them.
In the day time, they pipe in bird sounds. At night, cricket sounds. There is no bar here, but there is a small place in the corner, to get yourself some cookies, pizza, and I think water and juice. But it's mostly a small bakery.
The chairs here look the nicest. Done in a Tiki style, mat's with wood frames and wheels. The room is always humid and warm. At night there is a breeze that comes in through windows on the side that can open.