Such is the happy ending to the story that begins here: the Pool at the Plaza.
It’s a 70,000-square-foot, multimillion-dollar renovation of a hitherto nameless rooftop entity now plying you with drinks, lobster rolls and frivolous poolside diversions. You can visit today (or simply gape at this slideshow).
As the italicized sentence above suggests, you can spend dangerous amounts of leisure time here. Allow these headings to explain.
You’ve got sustenance.
A food truck from a Spago vet, to be exact, slinging summertime eats in lobster roll, poke lettuce wrap and rice paper taco form.
You’ll stay hydrated.
By imbibing watermelon-liqueur-spiked mojitos and boozy coconut lemonades from their on-site cocktail bar.
You can always find a place to rest.
On big white daybeds or inside your own stand-alone wooden cabana, which comes equipped with a fridge, fans and TVs. Pools can be so exhausting.
Boredom won’t occur.
Not with so much blackjack, tennis and 16 available pickleball courts.
Roughly 16 more than you’re used to.