The best reason to stay in Miami in the summer? Hotel pools. Gone are the pasty crowds of Midwesterners lounging about for some 305 color. In the summer months, it's the locales that roost at Miami's many beautiful swimming holes.

As the humidity goes up, your chances of spying some celeb skin poolside goes down exponentially.

In place of Miley Cyrus and Anne Hathaway sightings, however, you can have your pick of posh cabanas, perfectly-temperature-controlled pools, and even have your own sunblock butler at your beck and call for a quick rub-down.

Here are Miami's best hotel pools worth a dive, splash, and lounge this summer.

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  • The Delano

    Follow designer Philippe Starck's whimsical Alice in Wonderland-esque garden path to the iconic pool at the <a href="http://www.delano-hotel.com/en-us/#/home/" target="_hplink">Delano Hotel</a>. Daybeds, chaise lounges, and private cabanas line the long pool with poolside eats cooked up by Chef Brian Massie.

  • The Fontainebleau Hotel

    <a href="http://www.fontainebleau.com/" target="_hplink">The Fontainebleau Hotel</a>'s newly designed pool complex includes cabanas with personalized service, wifi, 32-inch flat screen televisions, butler service, mini fridges, digital safes to stow your laptop or other pricey gadgets, and phones with data connection.

  • The Perry South Beach Hotel

    Eighteen floors above sea level is <a href="http://www.perrysouthbeachhotel.com/" target="_hplink">The Perry</a>'s fancy rooftop pool. The 110-foot long pool even has underwater music piped in. The pool lounge is adults-only and the poolside cabanas are equipped with HDTVs and couches.

  • The Raleigh Hotel

    Called "One of the Grand Dames" of the art deco style by Conde Nast Traveler, the <a href="http://www.raleighhotel.com/" target="_hplink">Raleigh Hotel</a> has a uniquely shaped pool, which was enjoyed by swimmer and movie star Esther Williams.

  • The Biltmore Hotel

    The historic <a href="http://www.biltmorehotel.com/" target="_hplink">Biltmore Hotel </a>has a glamorous 225-foot swimming pool, which was at one time the largest pool in the world. Nestled amongst native palms, bougainvillea and hibiscus are private cabanas furnished with teakwood chaises and loveseats, banana leaf ceiling fans, and outdoor rain showers.

  • Mondrian South Beach

    Overlooking the bay, the <a href="http://www.mondrian-miami.com/en-us/#/home/" target="_hplink">Mondrian</a>'s pool, designed by Marcel Wanders, is surrounded by lounges, gardens with hammocks, and "kissing corners."

  • The Setai

    <a href="http://www.setai.com/" target="_hplink">The Setai Hotel</a> has three azure pools, each with its own unique temperature from 75 to 95 degrees.

  • The Standard

    Beyond the lush tropical meditation garden is <a href="http://www.standardhotels.com/miami/" target="_hplink">The Standard</a>'s pool as well as an ice-cold Arctic plunge, a personal-sized pool for a quick cool down.

  • The W Hotel

    Wet, the <a href="http://www.starwoodhotels.com/whotels/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1599" target="_hplink">W Hotel</a>'s outdoor pool, is not only heated, it comes with its very own Sunblock Application Assistance -- staff who can apply sunblock to hard-to-reach places. Rent private cabana complete with flat screen TVs, high-speed internet, and personal outdoor showers. For private bathing, take a dip in the W's blue lagoon, a quiet and cool pool in the Grove gardens nearby.

  • The National

    The historic <a href="http://www.nationalhotel.com/" target="_hplink">National Hotel</a> has two pools -- the 205-foot Infinity Pool and the Leisure Pool.

  • The Shore Club

    <a href="http://www.shoreclub.com/en-us/" target="_hplink">The Shore Club</a> has two elevated infinity edge pools surrounded by tufted beds as big as 30 feet. The beds are covered in hand-painted pillows and throws by artists Izhar Patkin and Kim MacConnel.