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plunge pool

[′plənj ‚pül]
(hydrology)
The water in a plunge basin.
A deep, circular lake occupying a plunge basin after the waterfall has ceased to exist or the stream has been diverted. Also known as waterfall lake.
A small, deep plunge basin.
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The island offers up to seven individually designed private villas complete with a private dock, a seafront plunge pool, alfresco shower, private verandas and panoramic views.
Featuring private outdoor terraces with heated plunge pools and fire pits, the Resort's four Bungalow Suites with Plunge Pools are the quintessential Santa Barbara hideaway.
But without a doubt, the highlight of the villas is the new private plunge pool and patio.
More important, at least for the sake of this list, are the gorgeous plunge pools in some of its suite categories.
* Larger plunge pools, increased by 32 per cent (except for Deluxe Villas where the pool size remains the same as previously);
This featured a private plunge pool, sun loungers and tables, with a sea view and set in beautiful gardens.
Guests are also invited to use Talise Spa's facilities, which includes sauna and steam room facilities, hot and cold plunge pools and an outdoor swimming pool, it said.
The 51-suite resort resembles a traditional Mauritian village, and features private plunge pools, spa facilities, three swimming pools, many dining options, a beauty salon, a fitness facility, a business centre and children's activities area.
A five-star retreat, Amathus Beach Hotel Paphos boasts a refurbished spa, swimming pools and restaurants, a gym, and even private plunge pools on the terrace of some of its bedrooms.
The event will feature plunge pools and cabanas for party-goers.
Craig's family were among those shown around the centre which features first-team changing rooms, a docking station for heart monitors, showers, baths and plunge pools, as well as a fully equipped physiotherapy area.
Endless lanais and seamless plunge pools, aloha prints and beach-worn furniture: The visual feast unfolds in The Hawaiian House Now (Abrams, 2007; $40), possibly the dreamiest coffee-table book of the gift-giving season.