If it is your first time visiting Rome, you may be surprised to find out that summers in Rome can be stifling hot! One great way to cool off in Rome is to visit one of the many breathtaking pools in the area.
This pool is in a location that you may not expect. You’ll find it located behind a church, making this a quiet and serene oasis. Since the area is so quiet, it is great for families visiting the area with small children. Plus, kids under the age of seven get free admission
Another great family-friendly pool to cool off in is Circolo Valentini. It is used by locals frequently thanks to its’ relaxed atmosphere. Plus, you can find an amazing salad served at the restaurant next door around the lunch hour all week long.
Grand Hotel Gianicolo
If you are looking for a luxury spot to cool down, the Grand Hotel Gianicolo is the perfect spot for you. In fact, you’ll feel like you are at the beach since the pool is surrounded by palm trees. You’ll also have breathtaking views of Trastevere from the Gianicolo hill while you cool off in the refreshing water. Lastly, you can grab a bite to eat at the poolside restaurant for lunch or dinner.
If you are looking for something a little more than just a spot to cool off, be sure to check out QC Terme. QC Terme is a wellness resort where you will have the opportunity to relax in one of the most serene spots in the world. You’ll be surrounded by luscious greenery and crystal clear pools that you can lounge in all day. The wellness resort is open to visitors and hotel guests.
Radisson Blu Es. Hotel
If you have a taste for modern architecture, look no further than Radisson Blu Es. Hotel. This hotel has a modern feel with a large rooftop pool. At the rooftop pool, you’ll not only be able to cool off, but also take in the breathtaking cityscape of Rome. Plan a visit to the pool in the evening so you can watch the sunset from the water.
Summer Village Pool
Summer Village Pool is a great place to visit if you are looking for a low-key spot to catch some rays and swim. You’ll find activities by the pool at night including salsa dancing and delicious food.
If you love poolside snacks and drinks, the Rome Cavalieri pool is the place for you. You’ll have access to a poolside bar as well as plenty of chairs and umbrellas to keep you cool while you’re not taking advantage of the crystal clear water.
Another rooftop option, Palazzo Naiadi pool is one of the pools in Rome that is great for those who are looking for a more intimate feel. This pool is more secluded than others on the list, so you’ll feel like a VIP while cooling off here.
Whether you choose to visit a secluded rooftop pool or a kid-friendly pool, we encourage you to take advantage of all the cool-down spots that Rome has to offer during the hot summer months!