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Experience the World’s only airside open air swimming pool

Amy Bryant

Aerotel Airport Transit Hotel is making boring airport transit times a thing of the past

One of the downsides to flying is those long tiresome hours stuck in airports waiting for connecting or delayed flights. Whether you bide the time by browsing through magazines at the book stores, having a few drinks at the over-priced bar or grabbing a quick nap on the uncomfortable airport seating, the airport layover is never really an enjoyable part of airline travel.

Aerotel Airport Transit Hotel in Singapore’s Changi Airport is changing the transit experience for the better by providing not only supremely comfortable accommodation but also the world’s only outdoor airside pool and jacuzzi complete with pool-side bar, gym, library lounge and hot showers.

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If you are, in need of a nap the rooms at Aerotel are a home away from home offering handpicked five star mattresses and pillows to ensure a quality sleep, coupled with powerful hot showers and a selection of natural skincare products with premium botanical extracts to refresh dry skin caused by air travel.

You don’t need to be booked into a room at Aerotel to swim some laps or enjoy a relaxing drink next to the pool while watching planes taxi along the tarmac.

Until the end of the year you can take advantage of the Swim, Eat, Tan, Run, Repeat package where you can swim in the pool, take a refreshing shower, and enjoy a meal and drink by the pool or in the library lounge for only $US25 for three hours.

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