Whenever you go on vacation, there are a lot of factors to consider when deciding on the right hotel to stay during your getaway. If your vacation destination of choice is Miami, one of the top factors to consider is the hotel pool; after all, lounging by the pool is bound to make up a significant chunk of your vacation in a warm weather city like Miami. To help you pick out a hotel that will appeal to you, here’s a look at some of the best hotel pools in Miami.
When it comes to pools, the Setai hotel in Miami Beach offers guests three different options at three different temperatures. One pool is at 75 degrees for those who want to move around and go for a swim; another pool is at 85 degrees for those that just want to sit poolside and maybe dip their toes in the water; and the final pool is at 95 degrees for those who want to just jump right in and have a good time. Surrounding the three pools are plush, green lawns making it easy to walk from pool to pool, and not far from the three pools is a bar, making it easy and convenient to get something to eat or drink while lounging poolside.
Mondrian South Beach
The pool at the Mondrian South Beach Hotel offers spectacular views of both Biscayne Bay and downtown Miami, especially at sunset, as the hotel faces to the west. The pool itself is pristine and surrounded by a maze lounge chairs, hammocks, and gardens so guests can rest comfortably in beautiful surroundings. For guests who desire a larger and more private space, there are outdoor living rooms and cabanas available, as well as cocktail and food options. You should also know that every Sunday at the Mondrian pool there are lounge style pool parties featuring some of the best DJs from South Beach, giving guests a chance to cut loose by the hotel’s lovely pool.
The two pools at the Epic Hotel in Miami are just that: epic. The hotel features two rooftop pools on the 16th floor, where guests can enjoy incredible sunrises and sunsets. The view during the rest of the day isn’t bad either, as the hotel sits at the intersection of downtown Miami, the Miami River, and Biscayne Bay. There are plenty of chairs to sit in around the pools, as well as daybeds and private cabanas for those looking for a little more privacy and luxury. The hotel’s restaurant, Area 31, is nearby, so it’s not hard to grab something to eat or drink while you enjoy the two rooftop pools.
Shore Club Hotel
Finally, there’s the Shore Club Hotel, which has two infinity edge pools that are in close proximity to the beach, making it easy for guests to move from one to the other and back again over the course of the day, giving them the best of both worlds. The lounge areas surrounding the two pools are second to none, featuring large beds, comfortable pillows, and lovely throws that are perfect for anyone who just wants to spend a day by the pool or beach. The pools at the Shore Club Hotel aren’t big, but they are beautiful, and they are among the most popular hotel pools on South Beach.