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My husband and I are looking for a hotel/resort/inn (etc.) that has the option of a room with a private pool. A fireplace and 2 person jacuzzi / hot tub would also be a big plus.

The accommodation must be in the mid-Atlantic / lower New England region of the USA (ie RI, MA, CT, NY, NJ, PA).

  • An exercise/lap pool (with or without one of those motors that you swim against) or bigger? Can it be indoors or outdoors? – mkennedy Dec 26 '11 at 18:44
  • @mkennedy: Doesn't have to be a "real" pool, just something that is bigger than a 2 person bathtub so that it can be swum in a bit. More for romance than exercise. Must be indoors. – dmr Dec 26 '11 at 18:47
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    swum, yeah.. ;-) – Geeo Jun 17 '13 at 17:39
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Cove Pocono Resorts do offer what you're looking for.


It's also possible to bathe in a large champagne glass:

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  • Did you stay there? What about privacy issues like cameras etc? What I want to ask is that they don't look at you from hidden cameras? BTW, some of their rooms don't have windows. – Farhan Mar 27 '14 at 20:47
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    I live next to it. I am not sure I understand the paranoia about hidden cameras. I would say before installing hidden cameras they would think about their reputation which costs more. – Karlson Mar 27 '14 at 20:53
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    Thanks. I think hidden cameras are more common in movies than in real life. Your point does make a lot of sense. – Farhan Mar 28 '14 at 12:46
  • They have those spy shops now that sell hidden cameras. You have to watch out. You can't trust there are no hidden cameras just because some people on the internet said there are no hidden cameras. – Fattie Aug 5 '16 at 14:24
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    @JoeBlow this would be an issue in any hotel room, I don't get where this sudden paranoia comes from. – Summer Aug 5 '16 at 14:59
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Cape Cod is the best lower NE loaction for travel as the area warms up. This hotel has jacuzzi and a wonderful location -- my parents used to stay there.

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