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Beat the heat: swimming pools for rent in Seattle

What’s summer without at least one pool party with your friends and family?


Watch the sunset over the Puget Sound and your beautiful rented pool.

Photo via Swimply

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Swimplyit’s like Airbnb for private pools. Whether you’re looking to beat the dry PNW heat or just make the most of summer, we’ve rounded up four ready-to-rent pools.

Pool with a View

17 guests max | $99 per hour | Burien | You’re going to feel extra fancy at this heated swimming pool with sights on the Puget Sound.

Pool party oasis

20 guests max | $140 per hour | Lake Forest Park | Get the party going with a ping pong table, trampoline, and fireplace for marshmallow roasting.

The Yacht Club and Heated Pool

40 guests max | $75 per hour | Des Moines, WA | Get ready to party with all of these fancy-schmancy amenities like a diving board and a water slide.

Family Friendly Pool Party Oasis

15 guests max | $75 per hour| Bainbridge Island | Bring the kids to this little island getaway that includes pool toys, speakers, and Wi-Fi.

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