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    Is the water warm in the pool at TI? We do not like cold water. We want to try TI but the ocean water at CN is sooo warm. It`s cold where we come from we do not want to feel anything remotely cold on our holiday eh. Maybe just the drinks.
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    At CTI, pools are cold, ocean is warm. I love both, husband won't go in the pool at all - he hates cold water!! But he loves the ocean, warm and soft with enough waves to make it interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark527 View Post
    Is the water warm in the pool at TI? We do not like cold water. We want to try TI but the ocean water at CN is sooo warm. It`s cold where we come from we do not want to feel anything remotely cold on our holiday eh. Maybe just the drinks.
    I can honestly say that early in the AM the pool can be a bit nippy... but the water is probaly at 80 degrees... just feels cold because it is a 100 out.... does not take long to get used to it...

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    We were there in November and the pool was very refreshing. Not cold at all. The pool on the island is rather small and easily gets heated by the sun.
    Juliann & Jeff
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    We were at the pool on TI last August. The pool is NOT HEATED, but generally ran from refreshingly cool to warm. We had two tropical depressions roll through during our week's stay, so it was cloudier and rainier than we had experienced before. The rain probably cooled the pool down a bit, but after the sun got back on it, it was perfect. Never did we find it too cool to enjoy.

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    It was not hot like a hot tub, but it is not cold.
    Irie Mon

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    Based on the few people we see actually leave the pool bar over a 5hr period...the water should be warm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisJamie View Post
    Based on the few people we see actually leave the pool bar over a 5hr period...the water should be warm.
    Or how about when the jacuzzi jets mysteriously turn on for a second then off.... then you realize your not in the jacuzzi...

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    LOL. I didn't even look at the section, and based my post about the main pool.

    Glad to see it happens "over there", too.

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