Best pools in Scottsdale, AZ

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Best pools in Scottsdale, AZ

Collectively Scottdale's 70 resorts and hotels offer more than 130 shimmering, turquoise pools for your dipping pleasure. If you're looking for a fabulous resort with a great pool take a look at these local favourites!


   New & Notable

   Ten swimming pools, 45 waterfalls and more than 2.5 acres of fun are yours at the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale’s newly      transformed Water Playground. The centerpiece of the complex is a new three-story, high-speed water slide.



   Family Fun
   Hang-ten on Arizona’s first FlowRider boardsport simulator or take an inner-tube ride down a 900-foot Lazy River – both    can be found at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa’s Adventure Water Park.



   Ride a Slide
   Nothing says wet-and-wild thrills like waterslides and you’ll find two 200-foot towers of fun at The Fairmont Scottsdale     Princess. On Friday and Saturday nights, the after-dark, Techno waterslide features fog, disco lights and music  (seasonal).



A Pool with an Edge

An infinity edge, that is. For spectacular sunset, city and desert mountain views, take a dip at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa negative-edge pool.An infinity edge, that is.



  Party Pool
   In addition to its olive-and-martini-glass design and retro-chic chaises, OH Pool at the Hotel Valley Ho serves up music    every weekend during spring and summer, featuring Elvis Before Noon on Fridays and DJ Mr. P-Body on Saturdays.



  A Little Romance
  For the ultimate in poolside relaxation and romance, reserve a private cabana beside The Phoenician’s Relaxation Pool,   which is elegantly tiled in mother of pearl. Cabanas include stylish amenities like computer hook-ups with WiFi, daily      newspaper, bottled water, lip balm, ceiling fan and a welcome fruit basket.



   Pool with a View
  For breathtaking city views, check out WET on the second floor of the W Scottsdale Hotel. Open 24/7, WET features    underwater lighting and music, as well as 13 private cabanas.



Courtesy Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau


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