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Summer has finally come to Los Angeles—and it's sweltering. The beach is sandy and crowded, so we’re dreaming about relaxing pool-side. Whether you're a down-to-earth sweaty Angeleno looking to take a dip or a tourist who still thinks Entourage is aspirational, there's something for you on our map of the 11 most awesome hotel pools in Los Angeles.

This is LA, so some of the properties are exclusive, meaning you’ll have to book a (pricey) room in order to enjoy the liquid splendor. Others are open to the public, but it’ll cost you. A precious few are totally free. We’ve noted all of those restrictions in our descriptions.

Have fun, stay cool, wear sunscreen. And, for more inspiration on how to spend a summer in LA, check out our seasonal Pocket Guide, which is a handy map filled with 26 favorite of our editors’ favorite things to do.

— Former Curbed LA editor Adrian Glick Kudler contributed to this map.

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If you want to admire the beauty of the Pacific without actually putting your toes in the sand, this is your best bet. The skinny pool and deck look gloriously straight out to the ocean. It’s open to hotel guests only.

Courtesy of Lowes Santa Monica

The Viceroy is a contender for the trendiest hotel on the Westside, and its shaded, verdant pool features inviting glamorous black and white cabanas. The pool is open to hotel guests only.

For some sweet hilltop and city views (and pretty sunsets), there’s the pool at the London. Some R&R in this posh setting will set non-guests back $300 for a cabana, on top of a $500 food and beverage minimum.

Via The London West Hollywood

One of the chicest hotels pools that’s (semi) open to the public, the views here are killer and the crowds are relatively tame. The pool is open to non-hotel guests starting at 1 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays—at the doorman’s discretion.

Courtesy of Mondrian Hotel
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The award for the most fun pool umbrellas goes to the Sunset Tower. But the hotel has a lot more to offer than fringed accoutrements. It’s a Hollywood institution in a gorgeous high-rise with stellar views. The pool entrance fee is $75 for non-hotel guests.

It goes without saying that the pool at the Château Marmont, a favorite celeb haunt, is open only to hotel guests. But if you’re going to drop a big chunk of hard-earned money on a swanky hotel room in LA, you better do it at the legendary Chateau. In a crazy setting above the Sunset Strip, it’s as low key as a French-like castle can be. Oh, if those lounge chairs could talk.

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The pool here is a welcome retreat from the madness of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Open only to hotel guests, it’s lined with palm trees and daybeds and never seems to get overly crowded.

Courtesy of The Hollywood Roosevelt

This can be a fun setting in the heart of Hollywood, depending on how you feel about pool floaties and bad LA stereotypes. Non-hotel guests can access the pool by purchasing a day pass, which starts at $30 and includes complimentary valet parking. Daybeds start at $150 and cabanas at $300.

Courtesy of W Hotel

A little oasis in the middle of Koretown, the second-floor pool deck is right next to the pretty greenhouse that houses the Commissary restaurant. Non-hotel guests can dine outside at the Commissary and soak in the pool views, but it’ll be a big tease. The pool and lounge chairs are available only to hotel guests.

Courtesy of The LINE

The Standard made rooftops cool in LA, and it’s usually on every visitor’s must-see list. It boasts killer views and super fun (although possibly germ-ridden) waterbed cabanas. For non-hotel guests, there’s a $45 food and beverage minimum per person.

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Hands down, this is one of the best rooftop experiences in Los Angeles. The scene here is hip, but it’s not pretentious. The wading pool is small, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in setting. It’s nestled below the hotel’s magnificent terra cotta-clad tower. The pool is open—for free—to non-hotel guests from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily. Guests take priority, so if the area fills up, you might have to wait in line.

Courtesy of Ace Hotel

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If you want to admire the beauty of the Pacific without actually putting your toes in the sand, this is your best bet. The skinny pool and deck look gloriously straight out to the ocean. It’s open to hotel guests only.

1700 Ocean Ave
Santa Monica, CA
1819 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA
Courtesy of Viceroy Santa Monica

The Viceroy is a contender for the trendiest hotel on the Westside, and its shaded, verdant pool features inviting glamorous black and white cabanas. The pool is open to hotel guests only.

1819 Ocean Ave
Santa Monica, CA
1020 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA
Via The London West Hollywood

For some sweet hilltop and city views (and pretty sunsets), there’s the pool at the London. Some R&R in this posh setting will set non-guests back $300 for a cabana, on top of a $500 food and beverage minimum.

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1020 N San Vicente Blvd
West Hollywood, CA
8440 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA
Courtesy of Mondrian Hotel

One of the chicest hotels pools that’s (semi) open to the public, the views here are killer and the crowds are relatively tame. The pool is open to non-hotel guests starting at 1 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays—at the doorman’s discretion.

8440 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA
8358 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

The award for the most fun pool umbrellas goes to the Sunset Tower. But the hotel has a lot more to offer than fringed accoutrements. It’s a Hollywood institution in a gorgeous high-rise with stellar views. The pool entrance fee is $75 for non-hotel guests.

8221 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA
Niall Huffman via Flickr creative commons

It goes without saying that the pool at the Château Marmont, a favorite celeb haunt, is open only to hotel guests. But if you’re going to drop a big chunk of hard-earned money on a swanky hotel room in LA, you better do it at the legendary Chateau. In a crazy setting above the Sunset Strip, it’s as low key as a French-like castle can be. Oh, if those lounge chairs could talk.

7000 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Courtesy of The Hollywood Roosevelt

The pool here is a welcome retreat from the madness of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Open only to hotel guests, it’s lined with palm trees and daybeds and never seems to get overly crowded.

7000 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
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Courtesy of W Hotel

This can be a fun setting in the heart of Hollywood, depending on how you feel about pool floaties and bad LA stereotypes. Non-hotel guests can access the pool by purchasing a day pass, which starts at $30 and includes complimentary valet parking. Daybeds start at $150 and cabanas at $300.

3515 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
Courtesy of The LINE

A little oasis in the middle of Koretown, the second-floor pool deck is right next to the pretty greenhouse that houses the Commissary restaurant. Non-hotel guests can dine outside at the Commissary and soak in the pool views, but it’ll be a big tease. The pool and lounge chairs are available only to hotel guests.

3515 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
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Courtesy of The Standard

The Standard made rooftops cool in LA, and it’s usually on every visitor’s must-see list. It boasts killer views and super fun (although possibly germ-ridden) waterbed cabanas. For non-hotel guests, there’s a $45 food and beverage minimum per person.

550 S Flower St
Los Angeles, CA
929 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
Courtesy of Ace Hotel

Hands down, this is one of the best rooftop experiences in Los Angeles. The scene here is hip, but it’s not pretentious. The wading pool is small, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in setting. It’s nestled below the hotel’s magnificent terra cotta-clad tower. The pool is open—for free—to non-hotel guests from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily. Guests take priority, so if the area fills up, you might have to wait in line.

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These versatile brown trousers from Solly by Allen Solly are a class apart in style and make a unique addition to your casual wardrobe. Made from an ideal cotton-Lycra blend, these perfectly tailored trousers can be worn with a trendy top and stylish loafers.
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Allen Solly
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APPALLEN-SOLLY-TREN50996AE0BE404
Collection
Solly
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Brown
Size
32
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Cotton
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Regular
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Trousers
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Women