If it is even not a summer weather where you are you may like to dive into one of the world’s hotel pools. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most awesome swimming pools from all over the world for you.
Cambodia, Phum Baitang, Siem Reap
Surrounded by wild jungle and paddy fields, hidden in the Cambodian countryside, Phum Baitang is a a great location to explore nearby Angkor Wat and other ancient temples. After exhausting excursions it is really cool to jump into the breathtaking 50-meter infinity pool and 20 private plunge pools just off each villa.
Indonesia, The Sanchaya, Bintan Island
Relatively unknown Indonesian island of Bintan is hidden paradise for those who would like to chill out on the coast of Singapore. Among The Sanchaya luxury facilities there is salt-water infinity pool which offers panoramic views of the South China Sea and a special shallow section ideal for sunbathing on the hotel’s loungers.
South Africa, Singita Lebombo Lodge, Kruger National Park
Would like to experience poolside safari? Than recently renovated South African lodgein Kruger Park is the ideal place for you, it has a new, sun-soaked 25-meter lap pool and a villa with three separate pools set over the river.
France, La Bastide de Gordes, Provence
La Bastide is one of the places from of Traveler’s Hot List 2016 picks, which is worth visiting for its sweeping views of the lavender-studded countryside alone. The 16th-century villa recently reopened after $22 million renovation and offers four pools, but the pièce de résistance is the new, 30-meter pool at the edge of the stunning terraced gardens.
India, The Oberoi Udaivilas
Extraordinary beautiful settings of pool at Udaipur’s Oberoi Udavillas is so impressive: to the front, lush gardens and Lake Pichola; to the back, the domes and sand-colored arches of a traditional Mewari palace. If you are not keen to swim with others you can book Kohinoor Suite and score your own spot to splash.
The green-tiled infinity pool at Amandari overlooks the even-greener rice terraces in the gorge below. Gamelon players take residence in the pavilion just behind the pool at sunset, drumming you into Balinese bliss.
Thailand, The Library Koh Samui
The Chaweng Beach boutique hotel is remarkable because of its stunning swimming pool with orange, red and yellow mosaic tiles, it creates a fiery contrast to the Gulf of Thailand, just behind it.
France, Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Antibes
Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc boasts is former villa converted in luxury hotel, it’s main attraction is the pool that’s carved into the natural rock of Cap d’Antibes. It’s heated and saltwater, with incredible views of the Mediterranean surrounding the prestigious, 118-room resort.
Switzerland, The Cambrian, Adelboden
Infinity pools have become old hat on just about every warm-weather property with a view, but The Cambrian’s alpine adaptation is must less expected. As part of the spa, the hot pool allows for après-ski relaxation without sacrificing any time outdoors.
Oman, The Long Pool at The Chedi Muscat
Minimalist hotel designed in traditional Muscat has amazing Long Pool which is a luxe spot to take in views of the Gulf. At 337 feet, the infinity pool is the longest in the Middle East.
Greece, Grace Santorini Hotel
Set high above the caldera basin, the whitewashed Grace Santorini Hotel provides stunning views of Venetian ruins and the endless horizon. All of this is best observed, of course, from the turquoise waters of the hotel’s picture-perfect infinity pool that seems to hang, almost impossibly so, over the Aegean.
USA, The Standard Downtown L.A.
Waterbeds, red astroturf, and nightly dance floor DJs—André Balazs’s South Flower outpost is all loud, Los Angeles luxe. But it’s relaxing, too—during the day, the pool’s rooftop position affords sweeping views of the city and mountains behind it.