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Aug 08, 2017

Spend a Little Or a Lot At the Posh Profundo Pool Club

Cool down at the new Profundo Pool Club atop the Ravel Hotel in LIC.

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We caught wind of the existence of the new Profundo Pool Club via the QNS folks. It just opened last Friday and sits atop the Ravel Hotel, which means there are sweet, sweet views. Here’s a beauty shot of the place:

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Photo credit: Ravel Hotel

Anyone 21+ can spend time there, and tickets range from as little as $25 to as much as $400. Here’s what you get:

  • Sunset Swim: $25. Admission is 5pm or later, and comes with a complimentary towel and Profundo Pool Bag.
  • Day Pass: $50. Allows you to hang out from noon to 9pm and comes with a complimentary towel and Profundo Pool Bag.
  • Lawn Daybed: $200. Includes admission for 2 with a $200 food beverage credit from noon to 9pm. Enjoy a complimentary towel and Profundo Pool Bag.
  • Poolside Daybed: $400. Includes admission for 4 with a $400 food beverage credit from noon to 9pm and comes with a complimentary towel and Profundo Pool Bag.

You can read more about the tickets here, which must be purchased ahead of time.

They are pretty serious sticklers about appropriate attire: “No baseball hats, athletic clothing including sneakers, or construction attire. No thong or speedo swimwear bottoms. ‘Topless’ tanning or swimming is not permitted. When inside the hotel, footwear and a cover up is required at all times.”

There’s also food and drink available—you can see the menus here (food) and here (drink). Seth Levine is the Executive Chef.

Overall it looks like a nice way to spend some time cooling off during a hot NYC summer. And if you can’t get there just yet, take a look at their homepage and its soothing water imagery.

PROFUNDO POOL CLUB
At The Ravel Hotel
8-08 Queens Plaza South, Long Island City
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About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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