The ornate rejuvenation pool can be built in the pool space of the superior garden in a player-owned house. It requires 90 Construction to upgrade the fancy rejuvenation pool and when built, it gives 3,107 experience. The player must have a hammer and a saw in their inventory to build it. The Goblin decorations can be used on the pool to make a frozen ornate rejuvenation pool; note the Goblin decorations must be removed before upgrading the pools.
Players can restore their Hitpoints, special attack, run energy, Prayer points, and any reduced stats; and cure disease, venom, and poison. The pool will not remove the corruption status effect. It requires 90 Construction to build, but can be built at 82 Construction through the use of a crystal saw and a +5 spicy stew boost.
For ironmen, 87 Herblore (boostable) and completion of Regicide is also required up to the point of reaching the Tyras Camp, as the only source of anti-venom is to create it through Herblore using Zulrah's scales.
It is extremely popular among players, as it functions similarly to the Pools of Refreshment (with rings of dueling) and Elidinis Statuette (with the desert amulet 4) in the player's own house, and requires a much lower time investment than the desert amulet 4.
| Construction||90 (b)||3,107|
The experience shown is the total amount accumulated from the base furniture to this built furniture.
| Construction||90 (b)||7,513|
|Bucket of water||5||130|
|Ornate rejuvenation pool||1||N/A|
- On the day before release, it was shown on the weekly community stream that the pool would require 10 anti-venom+ instead of regular anti-venom. This was changed before release upon player feedback.