Amazing hotel pools you MUST see

When is time for travel, we need to think what we will do on that trip and that can be our guide to travel destinations. This is an amazing idea for your travel plans. All of those magnificent pools are something that you need to feel and to see while you are on this planet. Like you can see on photos, all of them have something beautiful that you want to feel on you skin. So, think about this idea and enjoy in these amazing pools. Call our free concierge service on 1800 908 254 and one of our travel experts will be happy to assist you with your booking to one of these amazing hotel pools.

San Alfonso de Mar Resort

The record for the world’s largest swimming pool is held by the San Alfonso de Mar Resort in Chile. The pool extends over 1013m and runs parallel to the beach. Small sailboats, kayaks and and windsurfing boards can be rented and used on the water.

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Hotel Caruso Belvedere

The Hotel Caruso Belvedere is set at the highest point in the sun-splashed Amalfi Coast town of Ravello, Italy, so the open-air infinity pool offers unobstructed, panoramic views of one of the world’s most dramatic coastlines—and the sea beyond.

When this hotel reopened in April 2011 on the Côte d’Azur after a $64 million renovation, it unveiled a new, guest-only outdoor pool, which had been dynamited out of the adjacent cliff face. From their perch here, 13 feet above the Mediterranean, guests swim in seawater heated to a temperate 82°F, and have a perfect view over the infinity edge of fellow visitors tying their yachts off on the hotel’s private landing stage. If for some reason one tires of ordering poolside cocktails from the two roving attendants, a nearby set of trapezes hangs over the sea (near the ocean-diving boards, of course) for an adventurous dip in the Med.

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The Viceroy Miami

The two-acre pool deck at the Viceroy Miami features Japanese blueberry trees, swanky chaise lounges and beds, and three types of pools: an 80-person hot tub, a wading pool, and a football-field-size swimming pool. The Viceroy Miami’s pool is 15 floors above the street, with in-the-middle-of-it-all views of downtown Miami and glimpses of Biscayne Bay in the distance.

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InterContinental Hong Kong

Set on the third floor of the InterContinental Hong Kong, the hotel’s three pools—two hot and one cold, but all with underwater music piped in—give the almost unnerving illusion that you’re floating in Victoria Harbor.

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Al Bustan Palace InterContinental Muscat

The Al Bustan Palace InterContinental Muscat in Oman has a spacious, 164-foot-long infinity pool flanked by shady, palm-studded islands. The water is temperature controlled, so it’s always an oasis-like 84 degrees.

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Hotel Chocolat

The guest-only infinity pool at Hotel Chocolat in St. Lucia is lined with black quartz tiles.  Ten lounge chairs line the poolside pine deck, pretty much assuring time by the pool for every guest of the 14 cottages and cabins at the Hotel Chocolat.

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Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas

Guests at Qasr Al Sarab often stand in the shallow end of the curvy oasis, next to the bar, and observe the pool butlers bringing cold towels, iced fruit popsicles, and other treats to sun-worshippers on the 140 chaise lounges that line the sandstone patio.

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Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena, Spain

Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena, Spain

Ubud Hanging Gardens, Indonesia

Ubud Hanging Gardens, Indonesia

Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore

The Sands SkyPark infinity pool is 57 stories high and overlooks the Singapore skyline.

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Hotel Okura Bangkok

High up in the sky, the pool at the Hotel Okura in Bangkok, Thailand, the hotel ‘s infinity pool is heated and accompanies a fully-equipped gym.

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