The Cool Pool of The Week: Jade Mountain's In-Room Infinity Pool

Travel Agent's Joe Pike sips on a Piton beer in his in-room infinity pool at Jade Mountain resort while overlooking the actual Piton mountains in St. Lucia.

Millennials staying at the over-the-top luxurious Jade Mountain resort in St. Lucia won't have to venture far to find the best pool on the property. It's in their room. 

Each of the roughly 30 suites at this hotel come with an infinity pool that begins from the bed, which is netted to protect guests from mosquitoes, and extends to the front of the living room with perhaps one of the best views you'll ever see at a Caribbean hotel.

Looking out from the edge of your pool, you can see the pride of St. Lucia: the Pitons, two gigantic, gorgeous green twin mountains. To your right is more ocean, which looks like a painting when the sun goes down. The bottom line is you can be in this pool, drinking a cold beer or a rum on the rocks, overlooking a real-life mountain. Enough said. 

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Each room has only three walls. Without the fourth wall, you are basically outside while in your room. You can catch plenty of rays just by sitting in the lawn chairs in your living room. Butlers, upon request, can bring wireless devices to your room, so you have Internet service if you feel the desire to connect with the outside world or brag to your Millennial friends. 

Visit www.jademountainstlucia.com. Be sure to follow Travel Agent's Joe Pike on Twitter @TravelPike.

 

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