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London's Coolest Pools
From a sky-high swim on the 52nd floor of the Shard to a stylish dip in an Art Deco basement pool in the east end, there are plenty of ways to make a splash in London. We've rounded up the city's coolest hotel pools. Don't forget your bathing suit.Continue to 2 of 7 below.
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The Berkeley Hotel
This fancy 5-star retreat in Knightsbridge has a stunning rooftop pool with views over Hyde Park. Plush loungers surround the gold mosaic-lined pool and a sliding roof retracts when the weather's warm enough. After a dip in the heated water enjoy a glass of bubbly or an energizing smoothie paired with healthy light bites.
Take a dip: The pool is free for hotel guests. There's a £150 charge (per person, per day) for non-residents. Reservations must be made in advance.Continue to 3 of 7 below.
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One of London's coolest pools is up on the roof of Shoreditch House, a members club with rooms in a converted tea warehouse. Part of the Soho House group, this heated open-air pool is open all year round and overlooks London's skyscraper-studded skyline. Join the creative crowd and kick back on one of the candy stripe loungers.
Take a dip: Use of the pool is for Shoreditch House members and guests staying at Shoreditch Rooms only.Continue to 4 of 7 below.
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The Town Hall Hotel
This hip heritage hotel is housed in an Edwardian town hall that served London's east end for more than 80 years. There are tons of original Art Deco features and the stylish pool is kitted out in marble and brass. It may be located in the basement but the space is flooded with light under a glass roof. It's a great spot for a late-night dip as it's open until midnight seven days a week.
Take a dip: Use of the pool is for hotel guests only.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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The Corinthia Hotel London
This glam 5-star hideaway between the river Thames and Trafalgar Square is home to a four-level basement spa with a sultry pool. The ESPA Life spa is decorated with black marble and the low-lit pool is surrounded by heated marble loungers and private sleep pods. Ease into this stylish pool and you'll feel like you're a world away from the central London location.
Take a dip: Use of the pool is free for hotel guests. Spa day passes are available for £145 and include the use of the pool, the leisure facilities and a one-course lunch.Continue to 6 of 7 below.
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Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard
For a sky-high swim, check out the infinity pool on the 52nd floor of the Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard where the floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning panoramic views of the London skyline. The heated pool faces west so you can clock up the lengths while taking in views of St Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament.
Take a dip: Use of the pool is for hotel guests only.Continue to 7 of 7 below.
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St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Hidden away in the hotel's former kitchens, this oval-shaped pool forms part of a subterranean spa with Gorgeous Victorian features including brick archways and restored 19th-century tiling. The hotel may be next to one of London's busiest train stations but you'd never know it while splashing around in the 12-meter pool that's heated to a balmy 34 degrees Celsius.
Take a dip: Use of the pool is free for hotel guests. Spa day passes are available for £50 and include the use of the pool, the steam room, the sauna and the gym for up to four hours.