7 Gorgeous Pools Everyone Should Swim In Once, #5 is a must
The only thing that is more relaxing than sleeping in your comfortable bed is to soak yourself in a gorgeous and beautiful pool. These incredible destinations make your stay worth while with their specially build swimming pool.
From the luxurious infinity pools to the unbeatable views of the nature, these pools deserve to be on your travel bucket list.
#1 San Alfonso del Mar
is a private resort in Algarrobo, Chile. The pool was developed by Fernando Fischmann; his Chilean company Crystal Lagoons built the pool, which opened in December 2006. Estimated US$1.5 billion to US$2 billion total for construction and almost US$4 million in annual maintenance. This pool is the largest in the world. With nearly 66 million gallons of water, guests can even navigate the pool in small boats.
#2 St. Regis Lhasa Resort
This Gold Energy Pool in Tibet makes the guests feel ultra luxurious with its gold plated tiles lining the pool. A constant water temperature of 28-32℃ guarantees comfort for guests who like to refresh, relax, or simply float in a bejeweled pool like no other. Some guest even mention that they became lucky after dipping in this pool. Try it if you don't believe.
#3 Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
in Tanzania lets you swim while watching elephants at a nearby water hole. With sunbeds and bar service, it’s an idyllic setting from which to watch a glorious sunset or admire a turquoise sky. Drinks are served from sunrise to sunset.
#4 Marina Bay Sands Hotel
in Singapore has a stunning infinity rooftop pool on the hotel’s 57th floor, where guests can swim and admire the Singaporean skyline. Experience one of the world's most amazing hotel rooftop pools. Stretching an impressive 150 metres across Sands Skypark, the stunning outdoor Infinity Pool designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie is the world's largest at this height and offers the best city-skyline view of of a 5-star hotel in Singapore.
#5 Maldives resort Huvafen Fushi
is set up for gorgeous evening swims, with colored lights twinkling beneath the surface. This large lagoon-like infinity-edged pool bleeds into the watery horizon of the Indian Ocean and is surrounded by four-poster day beds; by night, it's romantically lit with fibre-optic lights and reflects the inky sky. This is one of the top choice you have to visit.
#6 Laucala Island Resort
in Fiji has an epic pool within a pool, with an above ground glass lap pool embedded inside the larger more natural looking pool.
#7 Hanging Gardens
located in Indonesia, Ubud has one of the most famous pools in the world, with a dual-layered infinity pool set facing the surrounding jungle. Guests can swim at the edge and enjoy peaceful vistas of the ancient Pura
Penataran Dalem Segara temple, located on the opposite hillside.