A levitating pool or swimming among skyscrapers. These are the five most amazing pools in the world!
If you have a thing for luxury hotel pools, you should focus your attention on these five gems. In addition to a unique swimming experience, they offer an amazing romantic atmosphere and a chance to take a selfie that will make everyone turn green with envy.
Marina Bay Sands (Singapore)
The incredible rooftop pool in the luxurious Marina Bay Sands hotel meanders along palm trees and sun loungers like a tropical river. It is located at the 57th floor, offering a wonderful view of the city lined with skyscrapers - whether you take a selfie here during the day or in the middle of the night, your followers are guaranteed to be amazed. And if you get up early, you'll have the pool almost for yourself and take away an experience to remember for many years to come.
Alpine Panorama Hotel Hubertus (Italy)
This hotel in South Tyrol offers romantic atmosphere and a unique forward pool that creates an optical illusion which makes you feel like you're floating in the air amidst the mountains. It's situated in the height of 12 meters and its bottom is partially made of glass. Wait until the sky is blue, grab a glass of sparkling wine, hug your partner and create an unforgettable romantic photo. This swim will take a root in your memory for a very long time.
The Sarojin (Thailand)
The pool at this resort resembles a turquoise water lagoon surrounded by a tropical jungle. It is easy to swim in thanks to its size of 25 meters and features a hot tub, which means perfect relaxation is guaranteed, be it in the water or on a lounger with a canopy. Few hotel locations in the world will offer you such level of comofort!
Grace Santorini (Greece)
One of the best-known and most photographed infinity pools in Europe boasts a perfect view of the Aegean Sea as well as the unique white houses and churches of the picturesque Greek island of Santorini. In the evening, you can enjoy unforgettable sunsets from the blue backlit water. But this beauty comes for a price - a stay in the charming Hotel Grace ranges from 20 to 60 thousand crowns per night.
San Alfonso del Mar (Chile)
The world's second-largest pool has long held its position on top of the ranking, but it's recently been overcome by a "rival" in Egypt. Nevertheless, this megalomaniacal building on the Chilean coast literally blows away every visitor with its length of more than a kilometer and an area of 80 thousand square meters. The pool is filled directly with ocean water, cleaned and heated to 26 degrees. Standing on its edge and looking at the ocean will create an optical illusion, making you feel like the sea is just a step away.