Tokyo Hotel Outdoor Pools: Your Best Bet for Early Night Entertainment

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  • Tokyo has places for almost all kinds of activities. Bars, karaokes, restaurants, clubs and etc. On these dizzy summer nights, there would be times when you want to go out and do something, but it’s still too early to go to a club or to do other night activities.

    Here is a suggestion for you, which is becoming popular among Japanese youth – Night pools. Japan has great number of luxury hotels and most of them have gorgeous pools for their guests. Whether you know it or not, you can go and swim there as a visitor for an entrance fee, and recently these pools are open until the night.

    1. Hotel New Otani

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    DJ will play to add some atmosphere, which is even better with drinks. It’s your choice whether to have fun in the water, chat on the poolside, or to have a dinner nearby.

    Open: 9:00~19:00 (~22:00 July 25th~Sep 6th)
    Check out more information on rooms, rates, and facilities here!
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    2. ANA Intercontinental Tokyo

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    In the center of Tokyo, Roppongi, there is a pool on the 4th floor. It feels like an oasis in the city. A bit more expensive for its location but the price includes Towel&sandal rent, shampoo, shower gel, dryer, and skin care goods. The place is said to have less students, which might be favorable for adults.

    Open: 8:00~19:00 (~21:00 July25th~Aug31st)
    Check out more information on rooms, rates, and facilities here!
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    3. Hotel East 21

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    This one is said to be one of the largest outdoor pools which is getting very popular these days. They close earlier than other places, but you can enjoy the beautiful pool side with a European garden style even during the daytime.

    Open: 9:00~18:00
    Check out more information on rooms, rates, and facilities here!
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    What time is it? It’s summer time! Grab your swimwear and go check one of these pools out!

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