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Swim in style: where to get a pool day pass

If you don’t have a pool in your apartment complex and are not a member of a club but feel like having a dip and cocktail by a swimming pool, there are ways in Hong Kong! All you need is a day pass and you can beat the heat and swim in style at some of the city’s swankiest hotel pools.

Hotel pools: The Conrad's gorgeous outdoor pool
The Conrad’s gorgeous outdoor pool

Conrad Hong Kong

After a long, hard day shopping at Pacific Place, the Conrad Hong Kong’s outdoor pool is the perfect place to cool off and relax. You can get a pool pass for HK$400 on weekdays and HK$550 on weekends, as well as a pass for the pool and gym for HK$480 on weekdays and HK$600 on weekends. Children (3-13 years) can get a pool only pass for HK$180. This gives you access to the pool, steam room and sauna and includes locker use, towel and bathrobe.

Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

2521 3838 |

Hotel pools: The Grand Hyatt's 50-m outdoor pool
The Grand Hyatt’s 50-m outdoor pool

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

The Grand Hyatt in Wan Chai is well known for its luxury and extravagance, and the 50m heated outdoor pool lives up to that reputation – incredible views of the city skyline and lush tropical greenery create the perfect setting for relaxation. A day pass costs HK$550 and gives you access not only to the pool, but also the gym and sauna.

1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai


Hotel pools: The Ritz-Carlton's indoor pool is on the 116th floor of the hotel
The Ritz-Carlton’s indoor pool is on the 116th floor of the hotel

The Ritz-Carlton

The views from the Ritz-Carlton are legendary, with the hotel the home of Ozone, the highest bar in the world. The hotel’s indoor infinity pool can be found on the 116th floor and can be enjoyed even if you are not a guest of the hotel, courtesy of a HK$700 day pass. This gives you access to the pool, fitness centre and outdoor spa. An extra HK$250 grants you the right to use the health club and you can then pay for spa treatments offered by the club.

International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui

2263 2263 |

Hotel pools: The W Hong Kong hotel is known for its glamour
The W Hong Kong hotel is known for its glamour

W Hong Kong

The W Hong Kong has a rep for always being at the forefront of what’s hip and happening. This chic, high-rise hotel offers a day pass to its rooftop swimming pool on the 76th floor of the hotel. It costs HK$988 which includes use of the pool and outdoor jacuzzi as well as two glasses of Veuve Clicquot champagne.

1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon

3717 2222 |

The Cordis pool offers a sensory experience
The Cordis pool offers a sensory experience with an underwater audio system

Cordis Hong Kong

Swimming at the Cordis Hong Kong is definitely a sensory experience. The 20m outdoor heated swimming pool not only offers city views from its 42nd floor location, it is equipped with an underwater audio system and fibre optic lights. The Cordis offers day passes for HK$400 which gives you access to the pool, steam room, sauna and fitness centre.

555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon

3552 3388 |

The Sheraton's pool is on the 18th floor of the hotel
The Sheraton’s pool is on the 18th floor of the hotel

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

The temperature-controlled rooftop pool at the Sheraton has impressive views over Victoria Harbour and the city skyline. It offers day passes for HK$300 to the 18th floor facility where you can have a dip or chill on the sundeck, as well as getting access to the gym and jacuzzi facilities. The hotel is conveniently located on Nathan Road.

20 Nathan Road, Kowloon

2369 1111 |

Hotel pools: The stylish indoor infinity pool at The Mira Hong Kong
The stylish indoor infinity pool at The Mira Hong Kong

The Mira Hong Kong

The Mira Hong Kong is part of the Design Hotels network of properties, so it’s no surprise that their indoor infinity pool is among the most sleek and stylish of hotel pools. You can get a day pass for HK$400 which allows you use of the pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. Make sure you check out the flotation lounges!

Mira Place, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon


The stunning view from the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong hotel swimming pool
The stunning view from the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong hotel swimming pool

Island Shangri-La Hong Kong

The setting of this pool has made this one of the city’s most popular hotel pools, so the Island Shangri-La Hong Kong has set a limit on their day passes to ensure it doesn’t get too crowded. Day passes are HK$650 and limited to weekdays. A pass gives you access to pool and gym.

Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Central

2877 3838  |

Hotel pools: Day spa clients can use the InterContinental's pool
Day spa clients can use the InterContinental’s pool

InterContinental Hong Kong

Technically you can’t get a day pass to the InterCon’s giant infinity pools which overlook Victoria Harbour. A loophole exists, however, in that anyone who books an iSpa treatment then gets all-day access to the pool. Getting to swim in this most glamorous of hotel pools It doesn’t come cheap though – a three-hour spa visit will set you back HK$3980 or HK$6980 per couple.

18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon

2721 1211 |

Kerry Hotel

Without a doubt, the best part of this hotel pool is the absolutely stunning view over Hong Kong Island. Their infinity pool is accompanied by a variety of excellent food options; try the garden at Red Sugar for a cheeky drink after your swim, or visit their boozy brunch on Sundays. The pool pass comes with the use of the gym, steam room and jacuzzi – HK$400 on weekdays and HK$500 on weekends.

38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom, Kowloon

2252 5888 |

Le Meridien Cyberport

The day pass at Le Meridien Cyberport is one of the best value passes, and the hotel features a beautiful outdoor pool and an outdoor whirlpool. However, the pool is only available to outside visitors on Monday to Thursday. Day passes are HK$350 per person.

2980 7788 |


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