7 Hotel Pools You’ll Want to Visit Now

by Holly Riddle

Feb 4, 2019
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  • As a traveler, there are few relaxing summer activities comparable to lounging by a hotel pool. Whether you plan to escape to warmer temperatures soon or stick out the wintery weather, here are seven hotel pools to thaw the current freeze. © Dan Breckwoldt |
  • Enjoy a blast from the past when you visit this retro pool deck at Unscripted Durham, a unique property converted from a historic motor lodge. The summer swimming experience is anything but boring, welcoming travelers and locals alike with an updated vintage vibe and DJ sets on the weekend. © Unscripted Durham
  • Las Vegas is somewhat known for its wild pool parties, but it’s not impossible to find a secluded swimming pool, either. Try this pool at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino, where you can lap the Romanesque architecture. © Gilbert Keuten |
  • What about a pool with a view? The Grace Santorini certainly delivers with an infinity pool and views of the Mediterranean contrasted against the island’s beautiful white architecture and rugged coastlines. © Dan Breckwoldt |
  • At the InterContinental Resort and Spa Tahiti, guests enjoy expansive views amid lush tropical greenery. This isn’t the only pool the property boasts, though. Guests get multiple options, including two freshwater infinity pools and a sand-bottomed pool. © Hel080808 |
  • At the more intimate Hotel Le Domaine de L’Orangeraie, bask in the Seychelles sun with a pristine pool on one side and the turquoise ocean waters on the other. The property’s smaller size means you’re never too many steps away from a cool drink or a spot of shade. © Nadezda Stoyanova |
  • Would you expect anything less original from a property named Hotel Unique? Enjoy a swim and some tunes courtesy of the underwater sound system, along with views of São Paulo, if you’re not turned off by the water’s crimson hue. © Filipe Frazao |
  • Once Manhattan heats up, head to The James Hotel in Soho for the rooftop experience christened Jimmy. The pool, bar and lounge come with great views of the city, 18 stories up, and are modeled with a 1970s Manhattan vibe in mind. © Christopher Heil |
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