Most Unusual Hotel pools around the world

San Alfonso del Mar, Algarrobo, Chile

unusual pools around the world

This private resort in Algarrobo, Chile, boasts the world’s largest and deepest swimming pool. It covers 19 acres and holds 66 million gallons of seawater.

 

Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali

Unusual pools around the world

The Ubud Hanging Gardens resort – accessed via a private aerial ropeway – has several pools extending over multiple levels while each room has access to its own private pool.

 

W Hong Kong

Unusual pools around the world

Not for sufferers of vertigo, the pool (called ‘WET’) at the recently opened 393-room W Hong Kong is the highest in the city, situated on the 76th floor, an exhilarating 692 feet above Victoria Harbour.

 

Gansevoort South, Miami

Unusual pools

This elevated, 110ft-long pool, overlooks Miami Beach and is fringed by colourful cabanas and sun loungers. The 26,000 sq ft adults-only roof terrace is also home to Plunge, a bar with oversize white-cushioned couches, chairs, umbrellas and towering 20ft palm trees.

 

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, France

 

Unusual pools

A gorgeous pool built into the cliffs outside one of the French Riviera’s most exclusive addresses.

 

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Unusual pools

This stunning 150-metre infinity pool offers unbeatable views of the city.

 

Amankila, Bali

Unusual pools

A three-tiered pool with sweeping ocean views greets visitors at this secluded resort, lying in the shadow of Mount Agung.

 

Alila Ubud Hotel – Bali, Indonesia

Alila Ubud Hotel – Bali, Indonesia

Sheraton Waikiki – Hawaii

sheraton waikiki

Rangali Island – Maldives

rangali island infinity pool

Phuket, Thailand

Phuket, Thailand pool

Los Cabos, Mexico

Los Cabos, Mexico pool

Jade Mountain St. Lucia: Where All Rooms Have Infinity Pools

Jade Mountain St Lucia

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