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Photos courtesy of Ravel Hotel
Photos courtesy of Ravel Hotel
The Profundo Pool Club in Long Island City opens to the public today.

If you’re looking to take a dip before the summer ends, a Long Island City hotel has officially opened its rooftop pool to the public on Wednesday.

The Profundo Pool Club at the Ravel Hotel will make its debut today at noon on the hotel’s third floor. Located at 8-08 Queens Plaza South, the 50-foot by 50-foot hotel is open to visitors and hotel guests from Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. A grand opening was held on Aug. 3.

The pool is surrounded by a deck and lawn area dotted with Bali-inspired daybeds and cabanas. Visitors will also be treated to music from guest DJs every day and the pool club features a bar with a menu and beverage program.

The menu includes dishes like tuna poke, jumbo shrimp cocktail, baha fish tacos, burgers, sushi, lobster rolls and fries. For drinks, the hotel serves poolside punch, frosé, spiked lemonade, blueberry mojitos, a variety of spritzers and frozen drinks.

Visitors can gain access to the rooftop by purchasing a day pass starting at $50 or by reserving a day bed that starts at $200. The Sunset Swim option allows guests to swim after 5 p.m. for $25.

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