Temps are supposed to hit the upper 60’s this week – won’t be long until we’re hot and sticky in the summer!  A dip in the pool will help.  However, the City of Philadelphia won’t be able to open all the public pools if they don’t have lifeguards on duty!  They are putting out a call and the gig is pretty sweet.  If you are 24 our younger, you can train for free and then work at one of the many city pools this summer racking up the starting pay of $15.25 an hour.  Want to learn more?  Check out the City of Philadelphia website.  

If you can’t wait to hit the pool….here’s some ways to beat the cold and hit the water!

11 Heated Outdoor Pools Perfect For Winter Getaways

  • The Omni Homestead Resort

    The views from the naturally warm, spring-fed pool at The Omni Homestead Resort are stunning year-round. Located on 2,000 scenic acres, the resort is nestled in Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains. The resort features fine dining, an award-winning spa, full-service fitness center, and year-round, adults-only serenity garden.

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  • Glenwood Hot Springs

    The world’s largest hot spring pool can be found at Glenwood Hot Springs Resort in Colorado. Guests will find tired and sore muscles renewed after a soak in the naturally heated water of one of the world’s largest hot spring pools, which contains 15 minerals. The resort features sweeping mountain views and a variety of packages for the pool, spa, and loding.

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  • Amangani

    If snow sports are more your thing, consider booking a getaway at Amangani. The luxury resort is located in the foothills of the Teton mountains, near the winter paradise of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and the 35-meter outdoor pool gives guests the perfect place to take in the stunning mountain views while relaxing between ski runs. During the winter, Amangani offers wildlife and snowshoeing expeditions, dogsledding, and a ski concierge.

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  • St. Regis Deer Valley Resort

    Next-level luxury awaits you at the St. Regis Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah. The hotel’s split-level pool is heated and surrounded by hot tubs, making it the perfect place to sip a glass of wine and wind down at the end of a long day. The resort offers ski-in, ski-out mountain access, a private ski valet, three onsite restaurants, and private room terraces with views of the ski slope.

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  • The Little Nell

    The only five-star, five-diamond hotel in Aspen, Colorado, The Little Nell is a favorite with celebrities and influencers. The outdoor pool is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, which are juxtaposed against the majestic Rocky Mountains. The Little Nell takes guest comfort seriously, with amenities ranging from babysitting and pet menus to grocery delivery and personal trainers.

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  • Chena Hot Springs

    The most accessible and developed hot springs resort in interior Alaska, Chena Hot Springs, offers a unique experience for guests who can elect to stay in one of the lodge rooms or an on-property dry cabin. If you’re worried that sitting outside in Fairbanks, Alaska, in the dead of winter seems unbearably chilly, then have no fear—the average temperature of the springs is 106 degrees Fahrenheit year-round.

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  • Sundara Inn And Spa

    At the Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Sundara Inn & Spa, guests have not one, but three heated outdoor pools to choose from. One pool even includes a gas fireplace positioned down the middle. There’s not a more magical or tranquil winter experience to be found than swimming outside with snow falling all around.



  • Hotel Terra

    An upscale boutique hotel in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Hotel Terra is located in the heart of Teton Village. Its heated outdoor pool offers views of downtown, while its sixth-floor hot tub provides a sweeping look at the mountainous landscape. The resort houses an upscale Italian restaurant and offers a variety of vacation and spa packages.

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  • Snowshoe Mountain Resort

    As a premier adventure destination, Snowshoe Mountain Resort offers unparalleled access to winter sports in Snowshoe, West Virginia. Activities include everything from skiing to tubing to off-road adventures. During the winter months, the split rock pools, which feature water slides and soaking zones, are heated to a high enough temperature that even two-foot snowfalls won’t hinder your enjoyment.

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  • W Aspen

    The W Aspen in Aspen, Colorado, is the only W Hotels Alpine Escape located in North America. The roof deck pool offers jaw-dropping, panoramic views of the surrounding peaks. The resort features four restaurants, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a fleet of rooms and suites that pay homage to ’70s-era Aspen.

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  • Cape Codder Resort And Spa

    A perfect destination for a family getaway, Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis, Massachusetts, has a homey feel and tons to do. Its year-round outdoor pool is tucked away from the main waterpark, giving it a more relaxed, restful feel that’s perfect for a mid-winter break.

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