It’s getting nice and hot in Toronto! And nothing feels better than cooling off with a refreshing drink while chilling poolside. Luckily, there are plenty of places to do just that right here in the city. These bars with pools in Toronto are the ideal setting for a hot and sunny afternoon.

With cocktails, tasty bites, live DJs, and panoramic city views, you’ll be fully equipped for some serious fun in the sun.

Here are five of the best bars with pools in Toronto to add to your summer to-do list.

And we’re sure you’ll love them.

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Cabana Pool Bar

This classic waterfront spot is known for throwing some pretty epic pool parties headlined by major performers.

Aside from weekly events, you can also kick back and enjoy a poolside cocktail and float on an inflatable flamingo with impeccable views of the skyline.

Where: 11 Polson Street

Lakeview Pool Lounge at Radisson Blu

This waterfront destination is a dreamy escape in the heart of downtown and it’s now open for the season to hotel guests.

The fifth-floor rooftop offers city and lake views and the pool is surrounded by sun loungers and cabanas for soaking up the summer weather.

You can also order a cocktail or cold beer as well as tasty snacks.

The pool lounge is part of the hotel but you can visit for the day, just keep in mind that you’ll have to reserve a spot ahead of time. Day passes are available!

Where: 249 Queen’s Quay West

Lavelle

Soak up the sun and the panoramic views at this sky-high pool bar. By purchasing a day pass, you’ll have access to Lavelle’s three rooftop swimming pools and towel service.

You can also order a cocktail and sip poolside or in a private cabana.

Where: 627 King Street West

Kōst

Located on the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel, this restaurant overlooks a world-renowned infinity pool, the CN Tower, and unparalleled city views.

This has flavourful cuisine and an atmosphere inspired by the Baja Peninsula, with the shimmering blue water to match.

You’ll need to book an overnight stay at the hotel to enjoy the pool, but take it from us, it’s worth it.

Where: 80 Blue Jays Way, 44th floor

Sunset Beach at Grand Bizarre Beach Club

Described as Toronto’s largest beach club patio, Grand Bizarre is open for the summer with several infinity pools, cabanas, delicious bites, cocktails, and live music for you to enjoy.

Where: 15 Saskatchewan Road