10 Best Swimming Pools In America

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Every hotel should have a pool. If they don’t, you shouldn’t even bother with them. A pool is a sign that you are welcome and invited to relax and unwind. But all hotel pools are not created equally. The parking lot pool at a motel cannot compare to a breathtaking infinity pool on an ocean cliffside or a complex of caverns in Hawaii. Some pools are worth traveling for.

10 Best Swimming Pools In America:

1. The Joule // Dallas

This rooftop infinity pool sits nestled between skyscrapers in the heart of downtown Dallas. The end of the window walled pool is cantilevered 10 stories above Main street, allowing you to swim/fly through the skyline.

2. The Golden Nugget // Las Vegas

The Golden Nugget is the hub of Fremont street and is the home of one of the most impressive three story pool experiences, complete with private cabanas, a 21+ balcony, waterfalls, and a shark tank. The water slide is the main attraction, racing down 30 feet of elevation through an aquarium full of 300 types of fish and 16 kinds of sharks, including Black-Tipped, Sand Tiger and Zebra sharks.

3. Amangani //Jackson Hole, Wyoming

The Amangani’s 115 foot pool and 133 square foot jacuzzi overlook the stunning grand Teton range. The pool is kept at a year-round temperature of 80 degrees– warm in the winter and refreshing in the summer. There is no better place to watch the sun set over the mountains than this pool.

4. Viceroy Miami // Miami

The Viceroy Miami boasts the longest pool in America and two enormous heated whirlpools. The pool, surrounded by lush vegetation and soaring condos, has an unbelievable view, overlooking the Biscayne Bay.

5. Caesar’s Palace // Las Vegas

Known as the Garden of the Gods, this complex is made up of seven unique pools each with it’s own unique vibe and exclusive watering hole. You can do everything from from sunbathing at the Apollo pool to playing swim-up Black Jack at the Fortuna pool. It would take a long time to explore everything the Garden offers.

6. Grand Wailea Resort // Wailea, Maui

The Grand Wailea offers incredible pool options for both families and adults look for some R&R. The sprawling family complex is a series of four interconnected pools connected by a lazy river that includes an infant pool, four slides, a Tarzan rope swing, six waterfalls, caverns, three hot tubs, and the world’s first water elevator. The 18+ adult area features the 4,850-square foot Hibiscus pool adorned with tile glass mosaics. The area is surrounded by cabanas and palm shaded hot tubs.

7. The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain // Paradise Valley, Arizona

The Sanctuary boasts the largest infinity pool in Arizona and shaded cabanas to soak in the sun and desert calm. The pool is open 24 hours a day, encouraging visitors to swim beneath an unparalleled view of the Milky Way.

8. Four Seasons Resort Hualalai // Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

This beachfront natural pool offers guests something they cannot find on the beach a few steps away. This 1.8 million gallon pool is built into the beach’s volcanic rock and brimming with over 4,000 tropical fish. Guests can borrow snorkel gear and waterproof fish ID cards to help them get to know their fishy neighbors.

9. Omni Grove Park // Asheville, North Carolina

Deep in the Appalachian mountains is one of the most tranquil subterranean spas in America. The mineral pools, waterfalls, fiber optic stars, and alcoves are all aimed to help you rest and rejuvenate.

10. Post Ranch Inn // Big Sur, California

The romantic and chic Post Ranch Inn sits on a cliff top high above the legendary swells of Big Sur. The two large Jade and Meditation infinity jacuzzis (heated to a constant 104 degrees) appears to extend into the horizon, meshing perfectly with the peaceful Pacific ocean.

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