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Best NYC Hotel with roof terrace and pool

Summers are official, which means that we always dream of taking a bath or just relax in a cabin near a soothing pools. There are some of the most beautiful bathing areas in the countless New York City establishments, although they are almost always reserved: they are open only to visitors.

You can also find some of our restaurants that sell daily tickets for their swimmingpools and some of the restaurants that are linked to the roof bar. The SIXTY Lower East Side, formerly Thompson LES, is, as far as we know, New York's only motel with an Andy Warhol imprint on the floor of its roof-pond.

It is only accessible for our guest and is open until the day of work. Situated on the fifteenth storey of the resort (next to the trendy Mr. Purple loft bar), this swimmingpool has a great view of Manhattan. It may be small on the top of the James Hotels in Soho, but it is on the top and, more important, it is open to the general public after 3 p.m. during the summers as well as the top-garden.

As a members' association with rooms in hotels, Soho House has a covered swimming pools open all year round, one of the most luxurious in town. Accessibility is restricted to hospitality or members only (membership starts at $1,050/year, based on your ages and the degree of accessibility you are seeking).

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC's 45-ft roof swimming pools are not only warm, but also have submarine lighting and soundtrack. It is not so awful even above the sea, with an adjoining pub and lounges.

Featuring 4,800 square meters of beach at the Dream Downtown Park Beach, the Hamptons import a few kabanas and a glass-bottomed swimmingpool which looks like you can see the hotels overlooks. Swimming pass available for non-hotel customers from $65/day. Roof swimming pools overlooking the Empire State Building?

Former Gansevoort Park Avenue is now Royalton Park Avenue, and the roof swimming pools of the old hotels are preserved. This stylish room is warm, spacious and has one of the most beautiful views we have seen for a swimmingpool in our city. One of the many conveniences of this luxury midtown resort is an in-door swimming complex linked to the Spa de La Mer.

It is available only to our guest hotels and those who have reserved luxurious spas. Formerly Le Parker Meridien is now Parker New York, and luckily its swimming pools overlooking Central Park are preserved. There is a $150 per person for a full days ticket to the swimming pools and gym. Hyatt Park New York, located on the lower levels of One57, has a breathtaking swimmingpool that is, surprisingly and surprisingly, only open to hoteliers and occupants of the above condominiums.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel features a 75-foot, three-lane round swimming pools on the thirty-fivethorey with a view of the Hudson River as part of its very stunning 14,500 square meter spas. Situated on the Peninsula Hotel's third storey, the 45-foot swimming complex is encircled by hardwood pillars and a tiled ground in-between.

The Ravel Hotell in Long Island City has recently converted its swimming complex into the Profundo Tag Club, which sells daily tickets for only $25. Williamsburg's crazy William Vale is home to one of the city's biggest 60-foot long swimming baths, on the third storey amenities decks.

It is also home to Westlight, one of the best new hotels with a panoramic outlook. While the swimmingpool has day tickets, the price is steep: you begin at $150/day for entry to a chaiselounge and get off there for bigger partys. Previously known as King & Grove Williamsburg, the McCarren has one of the few public swimming pool hotels in town.

If you are not a guest, you can buy daily tickets starting at $55 on week days and $85 on workdays. The new environmentally friendlier downtown Brooklyn also has a beautiful swimming pools. The SIXTY Lower East Side, formerly Thompson LES, is, as far as we know, New York's only motel with an Andy Warhol imprint on the floor of its roof-pools.

It is only accessible for our guest and is open until the day of work. Situated on the fifteenth storey of the resort (next to the trendy Mr. Purple loft bar), this swimmingpool has a stunning view of Manhattan. It may be small on the top of the James Hotels in Soho, but it is on the top and, more important, it is open to the general public after 3 p.m. during the summers as well as the top-garden.

As a members' association with rooms in hotels, Soho House has a covered swimming pools open all year round, one of the most luxurious in town. Accessibility is restricted to hospitality or members only (membership starts at $1,050/year, based on your ages and the degree of accessibility you are seeking).

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC's 45-ft roof swimming pools are not only warm, but also have submarine lighting and soundtrack. It is not so awful even above the sea, with an adjoining pub and lounges. Featuring 4,800 square meters of beach at the Dream Downtown Park Beach, the Hamptons import a few kabanas and a glass-bottomed swimmingpool, the hotel's private entrance area.

Swimming pass available for non-hotel customers from $65/day. Roof swimming pools overlooking the Empire State Building? Former Gansevoort Park Avenue is now Royalton Park Avenue, and the roof swimming pools of the old hotels are preserved. This stylish room is warm, spacious and has one of the most beautiful views we have seen for a swimmingpool in a hotel.

One of the many conveniences of this luxury midtown resort is an in-door swimming complex linked to the La Mer Spa. It is available only to our guest hotels and those who have reserved luxury spas. Formerly Le Parker Meridien is now Parker New York, and luckily its swimming pools overlooking Central Park are preserved.

There is a $150 per person for a full days ticket to the swimming pools and gym. Hyatt Park New York, located on the lower levels of One57, has a breathtaking swimmingpool which is unexpectedly and surprisingly open only to hoteliers and occupants of the above condominiums. Mandarin Oriental provides a 75-foot, three-lane round swimming pools on the thirty-fivethory with a view of the Hudson River as part of its very impressing 14,500 square meter large spas.

This 45-foot swimming complex on the Peninsula Hotel's third storey is encircled by hardwood pillars and a tiled ground in-between. The Ravel Hotel in Long Island City recently converted its swimming complex into the Profundo Tag Club, which sells daily tickets for only $25.

Williamsburg's crazy William Vale is home to one of the city's biggest 60-foot long swimming baths, on the third storey amenities decks. It is also home to Westlight, one of the best new hotels with a panoramic outlook. While the swimming pool provides daily tickets, the price is steep: you begin at $150/day for entry to a chaiselounge and get off there for bigger partys.

Previously known as King & Grove Williamsburg, the McCarren has one of the few public swimming pool hotels in town. If you are not a guest, you can buy daily tickets starting at $55 on week days and $85 on workdays. The new environmentally friendlier downtown Brooklyn also has a beautiful swimming pool.

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