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The top 15 hotel swimming pools in Toronto

Hotel swimming pools in Toronto are the height of luxury. There's nothing more glamorous than walking past the concierge to the swimming pool – even better if it's salt water, and best if it's on the roof.

Here are some hotel swimming pools in Toronto. 

Guests Only
Hotel X

Situated within Exhibition Place, Hotel X changed Toronto's hospitality game when it opened up back in 2018. Soak in the sun and views of Lake Ontario on this hotel's beautiful rooftop patio and take a dip in the  rooftop pool that's lined with lounge chairs.

Delta Toronto

Offering an indoor saltwater pool, slightly heated, with floor-to-ceiling views of the GO train tracks, you can take a dip after a trip to Ripley's Aquarium and head into the whirlpool for some extra leisure time.

St. Regis

Formerly the Trump Hotel, this Financial District hotel boasts an indoor infinity lap pool, plus it's full of natural salt water and heated, making it extra therapeutic. On top of that it also offers a ridiculously beautiful panoramic view of Toronto's skyline.

hotel swimming pools toronto

You can have brunch next to the swimming pool at Kost at the Bisha Hotel. Photo by Fareen Karim.


This luxury hotel and residence on Blue Jays Way boasts an infinity pool and bar with an incredible view of the CN Tower, right next to its rooftop restaurant, Kost. While it's guests only at this 44th floor pool, Kost diners can swim vicariously and enjoy the unparalleled panoramic views of the city while eating tuna tartare.

Hazelton Hotel

The epitome of luxury, this shi-shi spot in Yorkville has a saltwater lap pool tiled with mosaics, which – while small – is a serene reprieve if you've had a long day shopping in one of the wealthiest areas in the city.

Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

The stay might be pricey at this glamourous Yorkville hotel but this ninth floor indoor pool has floor-to-ceiling windows that can be accessed by guests and residents, as well as appointments for massage and facial services.

Ritz Carlton

There's nothing fancier than taking a swim in an all-white room. This expansive hotel pool on Wellington – which is saltwater, obviously – features plenty of lounge chairs and is the perfect way to relax before finishing off with an onsite spa treatment.


Perhaps the most luxurious in the city, this pool comes outfitted with a chandelier, glass roof, waterfall, cabanas, candle-lit walls and a panoramic view of the city made better with a whirlpool on deck.

Pan Pacific Toronto

Formerly the The Westin Prince, this hotel has Muskoka chairs around  their outdoor heated pool, making it the ideal spot to catch some sun. Further removed from the downtown core, this hotel on York Mills also offers prime views of surrounding greenery: you'll feel more like you're in cottage country than the city.


At Richmond and University, this legacy hotel has a heated indoor pool as well as a summer poolbar where you can order from a menu of cocktails and snacks, surrounded by the towering buildings of the Financial District.

1 Hotel Toronto

Formerly The Thompson, Hotel 1 holds one of the most popular rooftop pools in the city, this King West infinity pool – with its sky- high views of Toronto – is only open for swimming until 7 p.m. nightly but acts as a fantastic fluorescent backdrop for summer dinners on the patio.

hotel swimming pools toronto

The rooftop pool at 1 Hotel comes with the best views. Photo by Hector Vasquez.

Hyatt Regency

Once the Holiday Inn, this King Street hotel has a seasonal deck that offers a spectacular view of downtown Toronto and gives swimmers and sunbathers access to the room-service menu. 

Fairmont Royal York

This facility on Front Street comes equipped with everything you could ask for: a beautiful skylight, heated whirlpool, steam rooms, saunas, and a 50-foot pool.

Sheraton Centre

With the largest indoor and outdoor heated pool in Toronto, this Queen West hotel has deck chairs and sofas galore. 

Passes Available
InterContinental Toronto Centre

This Front Street hotel has an expansive 48-foot saltwater swimming pool which you can access with a fitness day pass ($50) that lets you use everything from the hot tub to the steam rooms and gym.

Radisson's on Queens Quay

This outdoor pool and its patio offers a great view of the city and sweeping view of the Toronto harbour. Whether you choose to go for a dive or kick back on a lounge chair, you can get in on towel service, showers, and lockers with a $40 day pass on weekdays, $45 on weekends.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Hotel X

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