The large turquoise open air pool of Hotel Molitor surrounded by the white and yellow walls of the hotel. A modern executive room decorated in black and white with a balcony.
Top: The stunning pool and terrace at Molitor Paris – MGallery Photo: Ludwig Favre
Above: Sunny poolside seats and the executive room with terrace at Molitor Paris – MGallery

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As the summer heat descends upon Paris, it can be challenging to find places to cool down. Of course, pools are ideal for this, however, few Parisian hotels actually have one. From luxurious retreats, to boutique hotels in real Parisian neighborhoods, to a hotel floating on the Seine, here are some of the best hotels with pools in Paris.

Molitor Paris – MGallery

A dining table in the restaurant with glasses of wine, food and bread laid out. The modern decor of an executive room with windows overlooking the pool below.
The restaurant and an executive room at Molitor Paris

One of the most impressive hotel pools in Paris is the huge one at this former municipal swimming pool turned hip boutique hotel. The hotel’s 104 rooms and 20 suites encircle the heated, year-round outdoor pool. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also an indoor pool at its Clarins spa which also has a hammam and sauna. After your refreshing dip you can chill out by the main pool or on the hotel’s trendy rooftop terrace. 


The extravagantly decorated lounge at Brach has ambient lighting and colourful soft furnishings. The long blue pool has a mirrored wall and loungers alongside.
The stylish lounge and swimming pool at Brach

This defunct postal sorting center in the 16th arrondissement was completely reinvented by star designer Philippe Starck. Inspired by 1930s modernism, the interiors also feature a raw, natural color palette and carefully chosen design objects. The hotel’s sports’ club has two pools: a 22 meter-long one ideal for swimming lengths and a 6 x 6 meter pool of hot water for relaxing. Afterwards, soak up some rays on the hotel’s fabulous rooftop terrace.

The terrace at Brach has table and charis and loungers and the Eiffel tower on the horizon on a sunny day in Paris. The wooden panelled walls of an executive room with a bottle of champagne and glasses on the table.
Eiffel Tower views on the terrace and an executive room at Brach

OFF Paris 

Left: A boat party by the river Seine. Right: A brown swan buoy floats in a blue vertical pool with wooden floors.
The unique OFF Paris floats on the Seine and has an interior path designed by Gérard Ronzatti

Unquestionably Paris’s most unique hotel with a pool, OFF is found floating on the Seine near the Gare d’Austerlitz. Guests of its 54 rooms and 4 suites have access to its plunge pool overlooking the river. Flanked by a bar which has great cocktails and DJ nights, it’s the perfect place to unwind after exploring the 13th district’s cool street art, modern architecture or before discovering the hip bars which line the riverbanks in this pocket of the city.

Left: A terrace with blue chairs and orange tables and a view of a green Parisian train passing by a bridge. Right: A brown swan buoy floating on a blue pool in the middle of a restaurant.
The play of light changes throughout the day at OFF Paris 

Le Royal Monceau

Classical decor in the naturally lit suite at Le Royal Monceau with leather armchairs and long sofa and glass chandelier. An aerial shot of the pool and terrace has green plant pots and white umbrellas with a terracotta awning.
Sumptuous suites and the stunning terrace of Le Royal Monceau

For an opulent splurge, book in at this regal 5-star hotel near the Parc Monceau. It boasts one of the largest outdoor pools in Paris, which is surrounded by a verdant terrace. On cooler days you can opt for its equally splendid indoor pool. The hotel has an excellent cocktail bar, restaurant and royally plush rooms.

Le Roch Hotel and Spa

A dark dining room has an ornate roof skylight and low hanging lights over the tables. A breadcrumbed tuna steak with flowers on a plate on a marble table.
The ambient dining room offers a range of delicious dishes at Le Roch Hotel and Spa

Found on a quiet street near the Louvre, Palais Royal and Place Vendome, this boutique hotel features a stylish design which wonderfully blends modernity and eternal Parisian elegance. It has a lovely courtyard garden with a sunny terrace, as well as a spa and a swimming pool, which are bathed in daylight, unlike many of the other hotel pools in Paris found underground.

Sumptuous furnishings and a large window and skylight in the lounge at Le Roch Hotel and Spa. The long dark pool of the hotel has candles alongside and shuttered windows.
The lounge and pool at Le Roch Hotel and Spa

Paris J’Adore

A teal bedroom with a swing at the end of the bed and quirky decor at Paris J'Adore. The blue pool has water jets and a sofa alongside.
The quirky rooms and relaxing pool at Paris J’Adore

Sitting on the edge of the hip Les Batignolles district of the 17th arrondissement, this couples-only boutique hotel has an 11 meter-long pool which guests can book for private time frames. Next to this is a stylish spa with a salt cave, steam room and Sensory Sky showers. A serene ambiance reigns in its chic lounge with a vertical garden, cascading fountain and courtyard terrace. Its rooms have been specifically created for couples and include a seductive decor, swings, smart technology, double Jacuzzi tubs and some rooms have private terraces with outdoor Jacuzzis.

A luxurious room at Paris J'Adore has a hot tub inside and a jacuzzi on the terrace with a bed and swing in between. The modern lounge has teal sofas, white walls and a tall flowering floor lamp.
Chambre bain de minuit has a jacuzzi on the terrace / Seductive decor at Paris J’Adore

Les Jardins de Mademoiselle

Red flowers and wicker chairs on the roof terrace at Les Jardins de Mademoiselle on a sunny day. The blue indoor pool has a relaxing blue colour scheme and plants and a sofa alongside.
The rooftop terrace and spa at Les Jardins de Mademoiselle

Found near the lively Rue du Commerce, lined with shops and cafés, this hotel in the 15th district is a great option for taking in local Parisian life. As its name indicates, the hotel revolves around its several gardens: a French-style garden inspired by Chateaux of Versailles and Villandry, a third-floor Japanese garden and a rooftop garden inspired by the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech. Its spa is home to a heated pool with a waterfall, a hot tub, hammam and gym.

An aerial view of the exterior of Les Jardins de Mademoiselle with green planrs growing up the wall. The sunny roof terrace with garden furniture and a parasol.
An oasis of calm in the heart of the 15th arrondissement at Les Jardins de Mademoiselle 


Left: A gray bedroom with a gray bed and brown pillows. Right: A hotel lobby with warm lights and reflective floors.
Classic style and sleek lines at Nolinski

Occupying a regal Haussmannian building on Avenue de l’Opera, this sleek luxurious hotel definitely has the most atmospheric pool in the city. The focal point of its La Colline spa, the space has been created for guests to experience the four elements uniting, thanks to granite flooring, wood-paneling, flickering candles, and a mirrored ceiling reflecting the long pool.

Left: A gray room with beige chairs and a red vase. Right: A hotel lobby with warm lights, reflective floors, white towels, and a gray couch.
Suite Josephine and the atmospheric pool at Nolinski

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Lily Heise

Lily Heise has been living in Paris for more than 10 years. When she’s not getting into romantic mischief, she writes on dating, travel, and culture. Her writing has been featured in Frommer’s Guides, the Huffington Post, Conde Nast Traveler, City Secrets, DK Eyewitness Guides, and other local and international publications. She is the author of Je T’Aime, Me Neither, and Je T’Aime… Maybe? lively novelized memoirs on her romantic misadventures, and continues to share dating tips, stories and travel features on her blog

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