If you are looking for a new place to vacation, consider one of the following destinations with one of a kind pools. Each of these pools is famous for its unique style and distinct architecture. Many are located at hotels and some are even on rooftops. They’re the perfect place to enjoy some rest and relaxation with your significant other.
The Nam Hai Pool
Vietnam’s Nam Hai pool is beloved for its extravagance as well as the fact that it leads swimmers right out to the beach sand.
The Joule Hotel Pool
Dallas, Texas’s Joule Hotel pool is built 8 feet out from the building’s roof balcony to allow swimmers to venture towards the edge to view the city’s unbelievable skyline from a unique vantage point.
The Hotel Fasano’s Pool in Rio De Janeiro
Rio De Janeiro’s Hotel Fasano features a rooftop pool deck. Found in one of Rio’s most happening areas, Hotel Fasano is the perfect destination for you and your significant other. When you hit the pool, you’ll have an excellent view of both the famous Ipanema beach and Sugarloaf mountain.
Hard Rock’s Pool in Las Vegas
If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, you know that everyone is looking for a way to cool down. Pool parties are huge in this city and the area’s best pool is found at the Hard Rock hotel and casino. The pool gets quite crowded but it’s well worth it. You’ll be surrounded by gorgeous people, music, drinks and one of the greatest parties in the world.
Chile’s San Alfonso del Mar Pool
This pool is one of the most famous around because of its sheer size. It is the largest pool in the world. Holding 66 million gallons of water, San Alfonso’s del Mar pool is shockingly huge. It’s so big that you can even operate a small boat on the waters.
Indonesia’s Hanging Gardens Pool
The Hanging Gardens pool in Ubud is one of the most notable pools in existence. Swimmers have a remarkable view of a surrounding jungle in this dual layered infinity pool.
The Pool At The Amirandes Grecotel Exclusive Resort
Crete, Greece is home to one of the most luxurious pools on Earth. It’s found in the Amirandes Grecotel Exclusive Resort and flows towards the sea. Its design stems from the Minoan palaces. The pool is Olympic size, filled with seawater and can be accessed by private suites.
The Capella Pedregal Resort Pool
Mexico’s Cabo San Lucas is home to a lovely resort called the Capella Pedregal Resort. Here, you’ll find a gigantic outdoor pool with a fantastic view of the bay. There’s a bar integrated right into the pool so you can sit back and sip a drink while cooling off in the water.
The Laucala Island Resort Pool
Fiji’s Laucala Island Resort pool is actually a pool within a pool. There’s an above ground lap pool made of glass built inside of a larger, more “traditional” pool. Be sure to bring your camera to capture this resort’s unique pool in all its glory.
New York City’s Sixty LES
LES in New York city features an uber hip outdoor pool. What separates this pool from the pack is its pictures of Andy Warhol that float beneath swimmers.
The Amangiri Resort’s Pool
Utah’s Amangiri luxury resort has a pool that is actually built into the Grand Canyon. This pool is simply remarkable. You can reach right out from the pool’s waters and touch the Canyon rock.
The Huvafen Fushi Pool
Maldives’ Huvafen Fushi resort features the perfect swimming pool for a nighttime swim. It boasts an array of colored lights that shine beneath the water’s surface, as of you’re swimming among the stars.
Thailand’s Library Red Pool
The Library hotel in Thailand features quite an amazing aesthetic. It has blood red tiles that perfectly contrast with the white beach. This is definitely a must see.
The St. Regis Lhasa Resort Pool
Most people think of monks when the country of Tibet is mentioned. Yet Tibet’s St. Regis Lhasa Resort is home to the lovely Gold Energy Pool. This pool has gold plated tiles built into its lining, making it one of the most luxurious in the world