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5 Hotel Pools For Taking a Dip in Chicago...In February

February 6, 2014 at 2:46 PM | by | ()

Done talking about the polar vortex? We are, too. Instead, let's discuss ways we can make it feel more like summer, even in Chicago, even in February. These five hotels have impressive indoor pools that are ready to host impromptu pool parties this very weekend. Dive right into our list, below.

THE INTERCONTINENTAL CHICAGO This Mag Mile property has a famously gorgeous Junior Olympic pool that's jazzed up with Spanish tiles and an ornate fountain. There are even poolside yoga classes held regularly. Rates start at $179 a night.

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Peninsula Opens Sunny Indoor Pool Just in Time for Tanless Seasons

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  Site Where: 700 FIFTH AVENUE [map], New York, ny, United States, 10019
August 29, 2008 at 10:14 AM | by | ()

Some of us here really enjoy tanning. Well, perhaps it's not so much the act of tanning that we enjoy -- but the glorious state of being tanned. Still, we don't usually care much for indoor pools because the chances of getting bronzed are greatly reduced when the only sunlight touching our skin comes to us via a little window ... but now that the seasons are a-changin' and our tans are a-fadin', we can get behind the opening of the super-sunny indoor pool at the Peninsula New York.

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Glenstone Lodge Has the "Biggest Indoor Pool in the Smokies"

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  Site Where: 504 Historic Nature Lodge [map], Gatlinburg, TN, United States, 37738
March 21, 2008 at 9:00 AM | by | ()

[Ed. Note: From high teas to indoor hotel pools in the Smokies, Hotel Maven JetSetCD certainly lives up to her name. Enjoy.]

Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennesee might be known best as the home of Dollyworld, but it's Gatlinburg's Glenstone Lodge which holds the power in this area where gimmicks and indoor pools reign supreme.

The Smoky Moutains aren't exactly a luxury destination, and you can't expect mints on pillows in a region hotly anticipating the spring "Wildflower Pilgrimmage" and "An Evening with Jimbo Whaley." It's not secret that Gatlinburg's hotel offerings are outdated and still survive on depositing a sheaf of pamphlets in the entryway at the nearest IHOP.

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