Azure Pool, Palazzo

Azure Pool, Palazzo

This Cote d’Azur-themed pool bridges the gap between spa-quiet and dance party, which is nice for adults who want a little grown-up mingling but not a full-fledged, daytime EDM scene. It’s one of the prettiest pools, with landscaping making it feel a bit less exposed than many pool scenes in town. You can order from Wolfgang Puck’s Solaro restaurant, while frozen grapes, chilled towels and Canyon Ranch SpaClub massages are all on offer poolside. Each of the 11 air-conditioned cabanas comes with a flat-screen TV and iPad, and a fridge stocked with chilled towels and water. The pool only welcomes adults, 21 and over, and generally expects them to act that way.

 

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