There are many reasons why you should love Phoenix in the summertime, most of which start and finish at the swimming pool. From wave pools to whirlpools, high-energy dance parties, waterfall to water slides, the Valley provides you with a luxurious choice of an outdoor oasis. Below are the 6 best pools in Phoenix:


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Talking Stick Resort

If you are seeking to let off steam in a more toned down environment, Talking Stick is the place to be as it boasts a family-friendly West Pool and a shallow Lounge Pool. The dress code is stylish swimwear, and guests have to put on sandals/shoes, shirts for men and a cover-up for women when strolling through the resort building.

Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort at Gainey Ranch

The almost 3-acre water playground at Hyatt Regency in Scottsdale ups the swimming pool stake with ten pool holes, and also twenty fountains and 45 waterfalls of different sizes. The latest inclusion is a three-story, high-speed waterslide. The swimming pool area features a sand beach and seasonal fun-based activities like Wii games, water ping-pong, water basketball, dive-in movies, and water volleyball on the pool’s big screen. The resort also offers an indoor Lost Dutchman’s Playground play center for children and also bicycle paths.


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Maya Day & Nightclub

The stylish day club is the destination to be if you are searching for a feel of Vegas pool party. From the time it was launched in April 2013, it has been making a huge splash in the Scottsdale club scene, thanks to scantily dressed employees, world-famous music acts, huge parties, and drinks. The Day Club refers to itself as the “biggest Vegas-style swimming pool party in Arizona,”. Whether you are wearing a skimpy bikini, spending money on first-class bottle service, or drinking their signature Deep Blue Fishbowl cocktail, a get together at Maya Day & Nightclub is all about having fun waves.

The Boulders

Meticulously positioned within the midst of this desert retreat, The Boulder’s pool blends flawlessly with the surrounding desert scenery with the background having a cascading waterfall from a prehistoric boulder creation. Swimming pool guests will be able to see colorful lizards and chuckwallas native to the Southwest that warm themselves on the enormous granite boulders in the vicinity.

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The Clarendon Hotel & Spa

Situated in the center of the boutique hotel, the Oasis Swimming pool serves as a strong center of attraction for visitors and guests alike. It features a silver-coated water wall, decorative fountains, platinum and 24-karat gold decorations, and blooming plants. Here, you can enjoy a rejuvenating margarita while you switch between swimming in the main swimming pool equipped with water jets, illuminated stars, and speakers, or the fifty-person Hydro Spa.

Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

Incorporating the surrounding desert’s attractiveness, the swimming pool area at the Four Seasons provides panoramic views of the valley below. The vacation spot keeps guests lounging poolside comfortable with services like cooling towels and chilled fruit treats.

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