Harbour Plaza Hotel, Hongkong
A deluxe rooftop pool with views of the Hong Kong Skyline sounds pretty unbeatable, and it is! In Victoria Harbour on the 23rd floor of the Harbour Plaza Hotel sits this spectacular pool. For one night and plenty of time at the pool, prices range from $200 per room.
Como Shambhala Bali
Ubud, Bali is a sanctuary of relaxation and pampering, and Como Shambhala Estate Spa is nothing less than that. This resort is hidden in the forest among the layered rice terraces and lush rainforest. Some of the perks to staying in a $600 room for a night here are daily yoga & meditation classes, spa, and healthy buffets.
Floating Lake Pool, Italy
Italy has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, and Lake Como is no exception. This floating lake pool is situated on the west side of Lake Como in the Grand Hotel Tremezzo. Along with the incredible views of the Bellagio Mountains, you also have the option to indulge in spa services and 4+ Jacuzzis for around $522 per night.
Bondi Iceberg Pools, Australia
In the North of Australia, the crocs are abundant, and this pool is no exception. You can swim with crocs as big as 5 meters long, located in Darwin. With over 200 different species in this saltwater pool, you can surely make your heart race with a swim, and a cost of around $160 per person.
Giola Natural Pools, Greece
Located on the pristine edges of Thassos Island in Greece, lives a secluded lagoon with the Giola Natural Pools. Although these dream pools are a bit of a trek, it’s well worth the visit. Take a dip in the crystal-clear waters and hear the waves crashing from the open sea.
Pamukkale Thermal Pools
Who would have thought the Mediterranean climate of Turkey would have these beautiful thermal pools? Well it’s true. Pamukkale, or “cotton castle” is a city in Turkey that has these 17 turquoise thermal pools. The temperatures of these pools range from 95° to 212°. Pumakkale is in the south of Turkey, but it’s not hard to get here as train tickets are cheap and entrance fees are $13 per person.
The Red Pool, Thailand
Located on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand, is this unique Red Pool at Library Resort. The majestic red color comes from the red, yellow, and orange tiles creating a glittery spectacle. In addition to the ocean views, you’re steps away from a secluded white sand beach. But taking a dip in this pool will cost you a night’s stay at the resort starting at $320.
One and Only Maldives
This might be the true One & Only of its kind. The infinity pool is located at the One & Only Reethi Rah Resort in the Maldives. It’s actually a pool, within a pool, in the ocean at one of the top-rated spa resorts in the Maldives. Renting a room here for a night however, will cost you around $2,000.
San Alfonso Del Mar, Chile
What a way to spend a vacation at one of the top Luxury Resorts in Chile. Claimed to have the largest pool in the world, San Alfonso Del Mar offers this 3,323ft pool located right next to the spanning white sand beaches of Algarrobo. Take a dip or spend the afternoon kayaking the length of this massive pool.
Gold Energy Pool, Tibet
Located in Lhasa, Tibet is this five-star gold-tiled pool at the St. Regis Resort. Jump into the warm saltwater pool for around $300 per night. Along with the luxury of the resort, you’ll also get the impressive views of the Himalayas.
Chongwe River House Pool, Zambia
Jade Mountain Resort, Caribbean
Located on St. Lucia Island in the Caribbean is Jade Mountain Resort, hidden away from the tourist crowds. This secluded resort offers incredible views of Jade Mountain ascending from the sea. Jade Mountain Resort doesn’t just have impressive views, they are also known for their excellent spa treatments and secluded private beach’s. But luxury always comes at a cost, and a night at Jade Mountain is about $1,550 per night.
Nemo 33, Belgium
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Nemo 33 in Brussels, Belgium is the deepest pool in the world with a depth of 113ft. This pool is designed for scuba divers to acquaint themselves with deep diving. Fortunately, diving in this pool is relatively cheaper than diving in the ocean at around $28 per dive if you have a certification.
Ik Kil Cave, Mexico
Mexico is another country with amazing places to discover. One of those places is Ik Kil Cave located about 3km from Chichén Itzá and Pisté. At around 130ft deep, this natural pool is covered in lush moss, waterfalls, and jungle vegetation. Luckily, this pool will not break the bank, with a price of around $6 per entry.
Oberoi Udaivilas, India
Sunrise over the deluxe rooms with semi private pool at the ultra luxurious Udaivils Oberoi Hotel. Udaipur. This hotel has been voted the 3rd best hotel in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine. India. Udaipur, India showcases the Oberoi Udaivilas Resort in the ancient capital city of Mewar Kingdom. Take a flying carpet ride and stay at the resort for around $525 per night. Along with magical scenery of the resort palace, you can also take in the astounding views of the gardens circling the resort.
Hotel Caruso, Italy
Italy continues to impress us with this remodeled 11th century palace on the Mediterranean Sea. Swimming in the infinity pool offers panoramic views of the sea and mountains all around.
Cambrian Hotel, Switzerland
The Swiss Alps are one of the most astounding mountain ranges in the world, and Cambrian Hotel in Adelboden gives you some of the best views. The resort is rated as one of the top 20 wellness & spa hotels in Switzerland, starting at around $216 per night.
Havasu Falls Natural Pool, Arizona
The United States are vast but every country has beautiful backyards, and Arizona is one of them. Just a short distance from Supai is Havasu Falls with turquoise waters and majestic views of the 30-meter waterfall. The best thing about the falls is that it is kept to a limited number of visitors each day. So, you’re sure to have spectacular views whenever you decide to visit.
Montenegro, a small country on the Mediterranean Sea exhibits this tranquil beach club in Porto, at the Kotor-based marina. This resort doesn’t just offer stunning views and a beautiful pool, you’re also invited to the club’s parties at one of the two bars.