Hong Kong Pools – Where to Cool Down in the Heat

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Hong Kong summers can be punishing, with scorching sun, high humidity and dripping air-con units creating an oppressive heatscape. Hotel pools provide an oasis of respite with some of the city’s top rooftop pools and kiddie splash pads providing refreshing respite during these fiery months. Here is where to cool off during this hot season.

At the center of Causeway Bay lies this hotel boasting an exquisite rooftop pool that provides panoramic views of both city and harbour as well as an open-air jacuzzi. Not only is its design stunning, but the pool also serves as an important meeting place and party location throughout the year.

One of Hong Kong’s highest rooftop swimming pools boasting breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour is at this hotel, as is its large outdoor pool with its relaxing waters, whirlpool and sauna – ideal after an intense workout! Although typically exclusively reserved for hotel guests, guests are also invited to take part in its Summer Pool Party events every weekend!

At this opulent resort and casino, an outdoor swimming pool looks out onto Victoria Harbor while an impressive glass roof covers an indoor swimming pool with hot tub and an impressive glass roof covering its outdoor pool. There’s also a poolside bar/restaurant along with deck chairs to rest your weary body on while relaxing in style.

Not only does the resort boast beautiful pools, but there is also a fitness center and spa to help guests unwind after a busy day of sightseeing, shopping or dining out. Furthermore, there is a golf course, tennis courts and casino onsite as well.

The pool is an exciting family destination with waterslides and water shooters for kids to explore as well as an alluring pirate ship for exploration. Plus, these pools remain open all year round for your enjoyment!

Only downside of this destination public pool is that membership is required in order to swim there. While they offer packages including free swims and access to other facilities at the club, membership costs more than expected and offers less value for your dollar.

This popular public pool is ideal for families with young children, offering three outdoor leisure pools complete with waterfalls and rocks as well as an indoor complex containing three main, training, and diving pools – as well as an interactive kiddie area complete with buckets, sprayers and floor fountains!

As public pools reopened on Thursday, some facilities such as toddler pools would remain closed due to staff shortages. The union has been calling upon LCSD to hire more lifeguards and decrease work hours for its lifeguards.

The club has not responded directly to these allegations; however, according to a local paper it stated its rules are intended to prevent overcrowding and ensure visitor safety. Members must sign in at the front desk before being permitted access through designated areas; domestic helpers are not allowed into the club but may visit at their leisure.

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