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Covered outdoor pool with view of the city skyline and river.

Outdoor Pools and Baths

Our outdoor heated pools & therapeutic baths are open all year round. Rain, snow or a bright sunny day, these pools and baths are the perfect way to relax and rejuvenate your soul. Come for a weekend getaway without having to travel to far and soak in the spectacular views of the New York City Skyline.


  • Included with day pass
  • Additional fees may apply
  • Outdoor asymmetrical pool enclosed by stone blocks. Large rocks line the inner perimeter of the pool. Clear blue water allows for the the floor tile work to be seen.

    Carbon-Rich Bath

    The warm bath water is enriched with a high concentration of natural carbon dioxide, which is known to increase blood oxygen levels and improve circulation. Learn More

  • Cobblestone path with ankle deep water. Wooden walls and wooden benches on the left and greenery and view of the city skyline and river on the right.

    Foot Massage Path

    Take a leisurely stroll along our outdoor walking path. The combination of smooth, flat and rounded stones slightly submerged under shallow water will provide walkers a natural foot reflexology massage while improving balance and heightening body awareness. Learn More

  • Outdoor pool with a wood floor. Wooden pergola with string lights above the pool allows for natural light to shine through.

    Hinoki Bath

    The rich grain white cedar wood of our Hinoki Bath provides smooth surface texture and exudes a soothing lemony fragrance – a unique natural scent known as “hinoki thiol,” a natural antibacterial oil that tranquilizes the body and mind. Learn More

  • Covered outdoor pool with view of the city skyline and river.

    Hydrotherapy Pool

    Our open-air hydrotherapy pool and hot tubs combine three of nature’s most powerful therapies: heat, water and air – to offer restorative properties. Great for increasing circulation and soothing sore muscles and joints by stretching and massaging underwater. Multiple jets are installed and designed to massage your body from the neck area to the calves. Learn More

  • Outdoor waterfall emptying into a small pool

    Outdoor Waterfall

    The cold plunge waterfall allows guests to experience the benefits of hot and cold therapy. Take a relaxing dip in one of our heated outdoor baths and then cool off in our cold waterfall. Learn More

  • Outdoor infinity pool with view of river and city skyline.

    Rooftop Infinity Pool

    Our hidden gem tucked away more than one hundred feet above River Road. You will find our spectacular rooftop infinity pool breathtaking. Appearing to cascade directly into the Hudson River, our pool offers a panoramic view of the Manhattan skyline from the George Washington Bridge down to Battery Park City.

  • Outdoor pool with light blue water surrounded by wooden benches and greenery.

    Silk Bath

    The Silk Bath utilizes state-of-the-art Japanese white ionization technology that infuses hot spring micro-bubbles directly to the water to nourish body tissue and improve skin elasticity. Learn More

Outdoor asymmetrical pool enclosed by stone blocks. Large rocks line the inner perimeter of the pool. Clear blue water allows for the the floor tile work to be seen.

Carbon-Rich Bath

History
  • Since ancient times, naturally occurring carbon dioxide springs found in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Czech Republic have been used for therapeutic bathing.
  • The beneficial health effects were discovered many centuries ago and to this day the carbonic or carbon dioxide baths are popular at European health resorts.
Benefits
  • Increase blood oxygen levels and improves circulation
  • Relieves sore muscles due to overworking, arthritis or joint pain
  • Prevents migraines & headaches
Cobblestone path with ankle deep water. Wooden walls and wooden benches on the left and greenery and view of the city skyline and river on the right.

Foot Massage Path

History
  • Foot massage paths can be found throughout public spaces in Asia.
  • Walkers of all kinds are encouraged to remove their shoes and walk slowly over stones to reap the benefits of reflexology - an ancient therapy believed to provide wide ranging benefits for overall wellness by stimulating energy meridians of the body through specific acupressure points of the feet.
Benefits
  • Improves balance
  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Reduces tension and stress
Outdoor pool with a wood floor. Wooden pergola with string lights above the pool allows for natural light to shine through.

Hinoki Bath

History
  • In Japan, hinoki cypress is used in building temples, shrines, theaters, and baths
  • Native to southern and central Japan
Benefits
  • Releases hinoki-thiol into the water which has antibacterial properties
  • Naturally lemon scented; used in aromatherapy to reduce stress and anxiety
Covered outdoor pool with view of the city skyline and river.

Hydrotherapy Pool

History
  • Dated back to Ancient Greece, but also used by Ancient Chinese, Roman and Egyptian civilizations for healing and wellness
  • Become popular in the US by the 1840s
Benefits
  • Helps improve circulation within an injured limb and speeds up the healing process
  • Help relieve muscles and provide temporary relief for arthritis symptoms
  • Reduces aches, sore muscles, and joint stiffness
Outdoor waterfall emptying into a small pool

Outdoor Waterfall

History
  • Inspired by traditions from Finland; the nordic experience of thermotherapy consists of a cycle of emerging your body into heat and then immediately entering into cold water or even snow.
  • Our cold waterfall offers the cold therapy counterpart to the warm baths and outdoor dry sauna it is near.
Benefits
  • Improves blood flow
  • Releases toxins and boosts circulation
  • Improves pain and inflammation
  • Faster muscle damage/soreness recovery
Outdoor infinity pool with view of river and city skyline.

Rooftop Infinity Pool

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Outdoor pool with light blue water surrounded by wooden benches and greenery.

Silk Bath

History
  • The Silk Bath utilizes state-of-the-art Japanese white ion-isation technology that infuses hot spring micro-bubbles which are 50 to 100 times smaller than regular air bubbles directly to the water.
  • This creates a effervescent sensation that will nourish skin tissue and improve skin elasticity by forming a cloud of oxygen around the body.
Benefits
  • Oxygen-rich microbubbles nourish skin tissue and improves skin elasticity
  • Releases negative ions, which increases feelings of relaxation and wellbeing
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