Do you ever find yourself daydreaming of a poolside vacation at a luxurious resort, but lack the time and money to make these dreams a reality? Lucky for you, New Orleans has an extensive network of hotels that offer day passes to non-hotel guests. Lounge by a pool with friends and cocktails to break out of stressful campus life, and escape the nola heat this fall. Below are four of the best New Orleans pools, sure to remedy any longing for a cool day.
The Nopsi Hotel is located in a gorgeous building in the central business district and offers $50 day passes on resortpass. The interior and exterior of this hotel are beyond luxurious and for an extra $25, you and your friends can join Stereo Sunday where the hotel brings in a live DJ for a deluxe entertainment experience. Both passes are sold per person and include towel service, wifi, and access to poolside food and drink services. The pool is small, but the views of the city skyline definitely make up for it. They also offer cabana rentals for two people at $175.
The Windsor Court Hotel
The rooftop pool at the Windsor Court Hotel is located in the heart of downtown New Orleans, minutes away from the French Quarter. They boast a 65-foot saltwater pool and countless 5 star reviews from guests. Starting at $60 per person, the hotel offers day passes for purchase on resortpass which include complimentary sunscreen, towel service, and wifi, with access to their state of the art spa and fitness center. Not to mention poolside food and drink service.
Virgin Hotels Pool Club
Virgin Hotels features a swanky rooftop pool overlooking the central business district. Their pool club offers many options for day passes with the most basic starting at $25 for weekdays and $40 for weekends. Keep a lookout for deals and events on their website though as they are frequently updating. Currently, they’re offering ‘Golden Hour’ every Tuesday – Friday from 4pm – 6pm where the poolside bar serves $8 glasses of wine and $10 cocktails.
While not a rooftop pool per say, The Chloe’s unparalleled ambiance and proximity to campus (10 minute streetcar!) solidify its spot on this list. The hotel itself is in a refurbished mansion on St. Charles. The pool is surrounded by lush greenery and features a trendy poolside bar. Non-hotel guests can buy a pool pass for $25 dollars. While you’re there, save time to visit their one of a kind restaurant, open for brunch, lunch, and dinner daily.
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