1. Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, 2. San Alfonso del Mar, Algarrobo, Chile, 3. Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali, Indonesia, 4. Alpin Panorama Hotel Hubertus, South Tyrol, Italy, 5. Jade Mountain, St Lucia, 6. Grace Santorini, Santorini, Greece, 7. The Sarojin, Khao Lak, Thailand, 8. The Cambrian Hotel, Adelboden, Switzerland, 9. The Joule Hotel, Dallas, USA, 10. One & Only Reethi Rah, Maldives. There are beautiful swimming pools all over the world. Then there are those who take the meaning of the word pool to new heights. They're visually stunning and frequently set in idyllic settings. To swim in any of those pools, you may have to go through the ordeal of immersing yourself in some indulgent luxury at an elite resort. Doesn't sound too bad, does it? But believe me when I say that deciding which of these ten magnificent pools in the world to dive into will be difficult. They're all completely incredible.
- Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
- San Alfonso del Mar, Algarrobo, Chile
- Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali, Indonesia
- Alpin Panorama Hotel Hubertus, South Tyrol, Italy
- Jade Mountain, St Lucia
- Grace Santorini, Santorini, Greece
- The Sarojin, Khao Lak, Thailand
- The Cambrian Hotel, Adelboden, Switzerland
- The Joule Hotel, Dallas, USA
- One & Only Reethi Rah, Maldives
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
One of the most luxurious swimming pools in the world is the rooftop infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore. The pool almost resembles an artificial river and is surrounded by lush palm trees. It extends all the way to the edge of the structure. It’s fifty-seven stories up from the ground level, so look down if you dare.
Before you can swim here, you must be a guest at the Marina Bay Sands. The pool area is only accessible with a room key card. That doesn’t mean the pool isn’t busy. You should go early in the morning to avoid the crowds. The pool is open day and night, until eleven p.m., and one of the things that makes this pool so special is the incredible views of the city.
If you’re going to take a selfie in Singapore, this is the spot. In addition to being seriously Instagrammable, you’ll have taken your selfie in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool. Enjoy your swim!
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San Alfonso del Mar, Algarrobo, Chile
When ceases to be a pool? when it is as large as Algarrobo’s San Alfonso del Mar. This massive swimming pool has a length of astonishing 3,300 feet and a surface area of nearly 20 acres. You’ll think you’re about to step into the ocean if you stand at the edge of this pool.
The City Stars Sharm El Sheikh has replaced the San Alfonso del Mar as the largest pool in the world, dropping it to second place in the rankings. Even so, it still manages to be impressive. With its tropical blue color, the waters are a comfortable 26°C all year round and can be easily compared to the South Pacific Ocean.
This is the pool for you if you enjoy watersports. It’s difficult to believe that so many different activities occur in a swimming pool, but they do, and it’s still completely empty. You can snorkel, scuba dive, sail a boat, or kayak in San Alfonso del Mar. How many swimming pools can you do that in?
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Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali, Indonesia
There is only one thing better than an infinity pool: two infinity pools combined. The Ubud Hanging Gardens’ split-level freshwater pool is an infinity pool to die for.
Swimming in the top pool puts you at eye level with the surrounding jungle’s tree canopies and allows you to see down into the pool below. You can walk down the stone steps into the crystalline depths of the lower pool, lie on the central island, or simply relax in one of the semi-submerged seats while listening to the water cascading from above.
Alpin Panorama Hotel Hubertus, South Tyrol, Italy
An infinity pool with a twist can be found at the Alpin Panorama Hotel Hubertus. This pool doesn’t have the optical illusion of merging with the sea as most pools do. As the name implies, it merges with the sky.
The enormous Sky pool is an eighty-two-foot long structure that is forty feet above the ground and suspended on stilts. Swimmers have the impression of almost flying because the end wall and a panel at the bottom are made of glass.
A dip in this pool will add even more magic to your trip to South Tyrol, whether you’ve been hiking the Dolomites in the summer or skiing there in the winter. When viewed from the water, the views of the mountains covered in pine trees are even more stunning.
Jade Mountain, St Lucia
Some things are simply not meant to be shared, such as infinity pools. If you want one all to yourself, go to Jade Mountain in St Lucia. There are twenty-four sanctuary-style accommodations available, each with its own infinity pool. The pools are super sumptuous and merge visually into one with the Caribbean Sea. The pool grows in proportion to the size of the sanctuary.
Imagine waking up, walking out onto your balcony, and stepping into your own pool. With no one else around to intrude on your privacy. You can swim or simply float while admiring the scenic views of the Piton Mountains.
You might occasionally prefer to be alone. This is the perfect location for couples if you want to spend some private time with your significant other. You’ll truly feel like you’re getting away from it all if you spend time here with each other. It’s the epitome of a pool.
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Grace Santorini, Santorini, Greece
There are pools with views that will leave you speechless, and then there are pools with views that will leave you speechless. One of the latter is the massive infinity pool at the Grace Hotel on the Greek island of Santorini. The hotel is built on a cliff, and the pool’s azure waters merge with the brilliant blue of the Aegean Sea.
A swim in this pool is impressive during the day, and the views of the coastline and Skaros Rock are absolutely breathtaking, but as night falls, it truly enters a different league. Take a dip in this pool in the early evening and you’ll be able to see the sun setting over the horizon in a blaze of vibrant hues. It is truly unmatched.
You won’t find a more beautiful place to watch a Greek sunset than from this pool. But the spectacular doesn’t stop there. When it gets dark, the pool is lit up with stunning underwater lighting.
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The Sarojin, Khao Lak, Thailand
In the middle of a lush jungle, the pool at the Sarojin resort in Khao Lak, Thailand, is a turquoise oasis. The color of the tiles that were used to line the pool is reflected in the water when the sun shines on it. It’s a color that complements the surroundings beautifully to produce a wonderfully calming atmosphere.
Three floating pavilions are available for lounging in this leisure lagoon, which is 80 feet by 80 feet, and there is a jacuzzi on one side if you feel like some energizing water therapy. Doesn’t that sound idyllic? After sunset, when the pool is illuminated by spotlights, it gets even better. simply stunning
If you’ve ever wanted to escape the world in the style of the wealthy and famous, this is the place to do it. This pool in its tranquil tropical setting will not only make you feel like a millionaire; it will also make you feel like a celebrity because you will be swimming in one of the world’s most beautiful, film-worthy pool locations ever.
The Cambrian Hotel, Adelboden, Switzerland
Think again if the idea of swimming in a pool in the snowy Swiss Alps makes you shiver. The Cambrian Hotel has an infinity pool; once you’re in it, you won’t want to leave, even if it’s snowing outside.
The Cambrian Hotel pool extends from the main hotel building into the grounds, with breathtaking views of the mountains all around it. You won’t get goosebumps even if the scenery looks like something out of a Christmas card. The pool is heated to a moderately warm 32°C, which is ideal for soothing any aches and pains you may have from skiing or hiking. You don’t even have to brave the cold when you go outside. The pool connects to the hotel’s indoor pool via a special door, allowing you to swim directly from one to the other.
One of the most picturesque settings you’ll find anywhere in the world is at the Cambrian Hotel pool. Additionally, you’ll discover that swimming in a warm pool while surrounded by snowy landscapes is one of life’s most memorable experiences.
The Joule Hotel, Dallas, USA
The Joule Hotel in Dallas has a unique rooftop pool that everyone wants to swim in. However, you must reserve a room at the 1927-built hotel before you can take advantage of the opportunity, as it is only available to guests. The hotel building has an interesting history, as it was once the Dallas National Bank, and is filled with museum-worthy artwork, but the pool is ultramodern.
The pool itself is a structural marvel, extending out from the tenth floor. The eight-foot-long projection that reaches out over Main Street in Dallas has a glass wall at the end, and the spine-tingling views down to the street below are enough to induce an acrophobia attack.
You can truly say that you’ve participated in swimming in the world’s most renowned pool if you’ve used the pool at the Joule Hotel. When you do, make sure to bring a waterproof camera along with you and to take at least one photo to post on Instagram as proof.
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One & Only Reethi Rah, Maldives
An architectural wonder is the Serenity pool at the One & Only Reethi Rah resort in the Maldives. It protrudes into the sea and seems to stretch into the far horizon in an expanse of blue that seems to go on forever. It has a very sophisticated and sleek minimalist design. After swimming a few lengths, lay down on the stone bed in the shallows to feel as though you’ve entered a Zen garden with water as its main feature. Alternatively, slip into the pool’s jacuzzi. Only adults are permitted to use this 100-foot-long lap pool, so there won’t be any noisy kids to disturb the peace.
The One & Only Reethi Rah Serenity Pool has to be one of the most relaxing swimming spots in the world. Immerse yourself in the waters of your own private paradise, complete with palm trees and white sand. It’s completely relaxing.
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