| | The noun before a relative pronoun
In a textbook, I found the following:
* The hotel has a swimming pool. It is very big. (Combine with a relative clause)
The answer is: The hotel has a swimming pool that is very big.
Question 1: Why is there one answer? why can't we say it like this:
"The hotel that is big has a swimming pool ."?
Question 2: Is it true that the clause is defining(restrictive) because there is an indefinite article before the noun' a swimming pool'?
Or can we say that the pronoun "it" should refer to the part " the pool" not to the whole" the hotel"?