Let's just accept that it's impossible to stay cool lately. Here are 5 ways to try to chill off.
Pool Day Gansevoort Park Ave, New York City Plunge, a bar at the Gansevoort, has an outdoor heated pool with views of Empire State Building.
Spa Day Beverly Wilshire Beverly Hills, LA The Beverly Wilshire's sleek 8,000-square-foot spa stands out for its day facilities. There's an aromatherapy-crystal steam room, a tranquility lounge, and "experience showers," which use colored lights, scents, and different water pressures to create the sensation of a "Cool Mist," an "Atlantic Storm," or "Caribbean Rain." A full range of massages, facials, body treatments and waxing are available as well.
Food Day The Eliot Hotel, Boston At The Eliot Suite Hotel, guests can order room service, schedule reservations at the hotel's James Beard award-winning restaurant, Clio, research attractions, restaurants, and bars, and even schedule turndown service -- all via an in-room touch screen.
Drink Day Delano Hotel, Miami Cool off with an ice-cold cocktail at Rose bar. If your wild side is inching out, head to the Lenny Kravitz-designed Florida Room nightclub, also indoors and a few steps away, for a fun night of dancing.
Snooze Day Sandals Royal Plantation, Jamaica This four-poster canopy bed in a Deluxe Oceanfront Junior Suite is topped with down pillows and a thick mattress pad. Ask to see the pillow menu for memory foam, body pillows, and water-filled options.
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