The first thing you check when you want to book an hotel on your next holiday is whether or not is has a pool, and just how big the swimming pool is. In case you’re really rich, you might be lucky enough to witness and bathe in one of these upgraded baths, that are half swimming pools for the richer part of the population, half works of art.
Alila Villas, Bali
Amirandes Grecotel Resort, Greece
Styled after the sprawling palaces of the Minoan kings and Venetian nobles who once ruled Crete.
Crocosaurus Cove, Australia
The only crocodile dive in Australia with the unique feature known as the cage of death.
Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls
A naturally formed pool known as the Devil’s Pool is located at Victoria Falls in southern Africa. It peers at the edge of the 355 ft waterfall and is most often visited during the months of September to December.
Elounda Gulf Villas and Suites, Greece
Glenwood Hot Springs, Colorado
Golden Triangle Resort, Thailand
Hotel Caruso, Italy
Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena, Spain
The resort is suspended at 180 meters high at the top of a cliff with panoramic sea views, located in the heart of a preserved natural park.
Huvafen Fushi, Maldives
The infinity pools have fiber optic lighting for a truly magical swimming experience.
Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia
Mardan Palace, Turkey
Located at the Mardan Palace hotel in Antalya, a city on the Mediterranean coast of southwestern Turkey.
Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore
The infinity pool is 57 stories high and overlooks the Singapore skyline.
The deepest indoor swimming pool in the world, with a maximum depth of 113 feet.
San Alfonso del Mar, Chile
Springs Resort & Spa, Costa Rica
Offers twelve pools, eight of which are fed directly by water pumped from their Hot Mineral Springs.