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Park Hyatt Tokyo Pool

Park Hyatt Tokyo Pool

The moment you step into the Park Hyatt Tokyo, you realize the hotel and the views are extraordinary. And one of the many extraordinary secrets of this beautiful hotel, one that many guests never see, is the pool on the 47th floor. At dusk, the snow covered Mt Fuji glows in the distance and as the sun sets and city starts to light up, the star of this show is not the pool itself, but those incredible views.

With floor to ceiling windows and a glass roof, a nighttime swim is one not to be forgotten. And considering you can order drinks and food from the hotel’s gourmet menu, such as Marinated Seabass and Fennel Salad with Tomato Salsa, Fresh Truffle and Potato Tarte or Linguine with Blue Swimmer Crab and Garlic there’s not much reason to go to dinner anywhere else!


High up on a hill, overlooking the Riviera dei Limoni, and Lake Garda sits Lefay Resort. It’s not just one pool that makes this spa and resort special but two (and three if you count gorgeous infinity pool at their new Royal Suite).

Lefay Resort and Spa

Lefay Resort and Spa Lago Di Garda

Their main pool is an infinity pool that looks as though you could swim right off the edge and into the lake. But it’s the indoor/outdoor saltwater pool that that is the most fun. When it’s cold outside, there’s no need to hurry up, run and jump into the pool to get warm. At Lefay, you can walk into the pool, indoors, and then swim through the curtain to get outside. So when the air is clear and crisp, you can stay warm and cozy in the pool and feel winter all around you. The views of the “Paraco dell’Alto Garda” the park that surrounds the hotel, the lake and the snow capped mountains beyond are absolutely stunning. And then, when you’re ready, you can swim back inside, where it is nice and warm, wrap yourself in a towel and head to the spa!


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