With thousands of luxury hotels across the country, there are hundreds of extreme pools that go against the traditional pool design. Hotels, and private residences alike, install pools because they are welcoming, relaxing and an inviting place to unwind and socialize. While they all serve similar purposes, some pools go beyond the average and create an unforgettable experience for all that enter.
Today, we’re exploring the top 5 most extreme hotel pools in America. Where to find them, what to do in them and what you can expect if you pay them a visit. Some are worth traveling across the country for and others are simply just fun to hear and think about. Take a look as we discover the most unusual and breathtaking pools across the nation.
1) The Joule
Located in Dallas, Texas, this rooftop infinity pool is quietly nestled between skyscrapers in the center of downtown. The Joule Hotel is a revitalized 1920s neo-gothic landmark building at the heart of Dallas’ central business district and their pool certainly does not disappoint. This unique 8-foot cantilevered pool gives hotel guests the feeling that they are swimming beyond the hotel’s rooftop edge as they can overlook the bustling downtown and Main Street below them. Designed by Adan D. Tihany, this heated pool gives “hanging out by the pool” a whole new meaning.
2) The Golden Nugget
This famous hotel pool, located on Las Vegas’ Fremont Street is one of the most impressive three-story pool experiences there is (yes, we said three-stories). Enjoy your own private cabana, a 21 and up balcony, multiple waterfalls, and most surprising of all, a shark tank!
The main attraction of "The Tank” is the impressive water slide that races down 30 feet of elevation through a 200,000-gallon aquarium of over 300 types of fish and 16 types of sharks. Black-tipped sharks, sand tiger sharks and zebra sharks are to name a few. You’ll experience a one-of-a-kind thrill swimming next to these daunting creatures. After your fun-filled swimming adventure, you can dry off and relax poolside next to one of their rejuvenating waterfalls.
3) The Amangani
You’ll find plenty of space in Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s 115-foot pool and 133 square foot jacuzzi within the Amangani. This extreme pool overlooks the stunning grand Teton mountain range. Enjoy a year-round temperature of 80 degrees as you take a dip in this grand pool after a long day of skiing the Wyoming slopes.
This gorgeous infinity pool offers some of the best views of the area so we highly recommend catching a sunset while you’re at it!
4) Viceroy Miami
This incredible hotel pool is namely the longest pool in America, complete with two enormous heated whirlpools. Surrounded by lush Florida vegetation and super tall condos, you’ll enjoy an unbelievable view overlooking the Biscayne Bay.
After you take a refreshing dip in the seemingly endless pool, check out the life-size chess set, poolside café and outdoor fireplace.
5) Caesar’s Palace
Also referred to as the “Garden of the Gods Oasis”, this luxurious Las Vegas hotel offers a complex made up of seven unique pools each with its own unique theme and exclusive watering hole. Engage in it all from soaking up the sun at the Apollo pool to splashing around in the Fortuna pool. This one requires a full day of exploration as there is so much to see!
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