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    The Dog Days of Summer -the low down on the cool down.

    {Denver’s secret elitist secret poolside digs}
    For those of you that aren’t so hashtag blessed to have a personal apartment or condo pool at your disposure, here are a few of Denver’s bougiest and more or lesser known about poolside decks, perfect for impressing your guests or throwing that ‘so long to summer’ soiree you’ve been planning, or are now thinking about planning.

    The Warwick
    1776 N. Grant Street, Uptown Denver
    $45 per day with a bonus of a complimentary drink
    Not exactly a place where any serious swimming gets done, this rooftop pool hosts more of a trendy place to lounge under umbrellas while grabbing drinks at a well equipped outdoor bar that looks out over Uptown Denver. Fare warning this pool is small, so if the hotel rooms are all booked, they won’t let the general public in to avoid overcrowding. Laws of economical demand. Best advice is to call ahead, and pick a weekday.

    Four Seasons
    1111 14th Street, Downtown Denver
    $150 per day, or $200 with added valet and $40 food and bev. credit
    Swankkkyyy is about the word you would use to encompass this experience (if you hadn’t derived such from the price tag). Lounge chairs plush with white towels, waitresses dressed in dreamy pink polos serving ‘frose’, and open sky views make this one of Denver’s most elitist places to feel hot while staying cool in Denver. Once again, call ahead for reservation as the hotel requires reservations to be made 3 days in advance.

    Congress Park Pool
    914 S Columbine, Congress Park Neighborhood
    $3.50 for adults, $2 for children
    Okay, bringing things back down to ground level (and earth) here, with single bill entrance fees and lanes where you can actually swim. This pool is the biggest and oldest in Denver and has two lap lanes, place for kids to play, and plenty of places to layout your oversized Target pool towel. BYO(S) snacks and sunscreen and your ready for an old school fun-day in the sun-day.

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