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Located a short distance away from the mainland, the Isle of Wight is an ideal place to escape to when you're needing some time away from it all. The island is packed with stunning countryside and pretty beaches, but we all know that true relaxation has to begin with your accommodation. Fortunately, there are plenty of hotels on the Isle of Wight that boast their very own swimming pool.
A swimming pool is good for many things, but utter relaxation falls pretty high up on that list. If this is what you're after from your accommodation, you'll be glad to learn that the Isle of Wight is well served by spa hotels.
Melville Hall Hotel and Utopia Spa is located in the popular seaside town of Sandown. The adults-only hotel promises a tranquil stay, with a wide range of beauty and spa treatments, and an excellent on-site restaurant.
Some holidaymakers are keen to book a hotel with a pool with the aim of keeping their kids entertained. The Gracellie Hotel in Shanklin has its own pool, and welcomes families. The hotel's position, overlooking Shanklin bay, means that there's plenty of opportunity to take a dip in the ocean as well, weather permitting!
While holidays are traditionally about taking it easy, fitness enthusiasts rarely like to take a break from their routine. Staying in a hotel with a pool offers a great opportunity to stay in good shape for the duration of your trip. The Sandringham Hotel has an indoor pool, meaning it couldn't be easier to keep your fitness in check while you're away from home.
As much as we all love the convenience of having a pool at the hotel, it seems a shame to come to the Isle of Wight without visiting some of its famous beaches. When the sun is shining, there are plenty of beaches that offer safe swimming for all the family. Fortunately there are hotels near beaches all over the island, but the bulk of them lie on the east coast.