No matter how tech-savvy we may have become, we would still love to dwell deep in the realm of nature. It’s less of what we like and more of what we need it. What once was a lucky find is now a hotel routine. The mere thought of diving deep into a delicate sheet of water and sliding down to its faded horizon to peer into infinity is far beyond words; out of the world pleasure, view, and luxury. Infinity pools have added a luxury touch to the overflowing pools of the past and made it the queens of summer. Today they hang amidst the hustle and bustle of urbanized country side, or cradle in the bed of nature, or flow on the roof of a skyscraper, or hang from the mountains, in the middle of paradise.
Infinity pools have given an impetus to the travel and hospitality, making it less of luxury now and more of a necessity to the five star or luxury hotel groups. This post just hits right, you might guess it right. Read on to know about the most incredible infinity pools in the world, and once you’re done- don’t forget getting the tickets done.
1 Infinity Pool At Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore
One of world’s most iconic pools is housed in the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore. Situated 57 levels from the ground this world’s largest pool gives the hotel guests a perfect break from work and a 360 degree view of Singapore skyline. This best to float madness suspends over above three giant towers and is a world famous symbol of Asian hospitable hospitality.
Marine Bay Sand’s infinity pool is almost a curved sea with a view of the sun falling on the city skyline. Guests need no more. A glass of champagne and the mesmerizing beauty of a sunset, and to double up the fun- a luxurious poolside lounge. Indeed an impressive photography spot. Wide options of stay are available with suites ranging from US $ 400 to US $ 5800.
2 Ubud Hanging Gardens Pool, Bali
The jungle of Ubud houses the Ubud Hanging Gardens- the den to world’s best swimming pool. No doubt that with many other holiday destinations, Bali is subscribed to the dream pools; but there’s none like that of Ubud Hanging Garden, which is undoubtedly the gateway to infinity and nestled in the realm of Babylonian gardens.
The garden themed hotel lies in front of an old Buddhist temple and is divided in two levels for lack of one. Surreal, evocative are words that may undermine its beauty. The beauty is inexplicable. Go ahead and give yourself a chance to dip in the world of once in a lifetime experiences- like a spa by the riverside, a romantic dinner by the poolside, a picnic lunch by the river side, or a chef’s personal dinner at the ancient Dalem Segara Temple.
Not only this, the infinity pool gives a glimpse of the sunset that you’ll remember for life. There is none like her, for now. Suites here range from US $ 600 to $ 1300.
3 Monastero Santa Rosa, Italy
Classic but delicious- exactly the words that will rule your tongue once you come out of this Italian delight. Hovering on top of a completely vertical cliff, it is the exclusive pin of a magnificent hotel worthy of the greatest luxury of the Amalfi Coast. The only problem is for vertigo guests- Not suitable for them.
The Monastero Santa Rosa is a venture that was an outcome of collaboration between the owner and a Neopolitan designer who has filled the place with utmost classics, timeless Italian antiques, and a modern tinge with an amazing infinity pool. Suites range from €400 to €3200, depending on the season.
4 The Cambrian, Switzerland
Nestled in the scenic beauty of the Swiss Alps and surrounded by the breathtaking view of stunning mountains is The Cambrian in Switzerland. The Alps have it hidden like a jewel in the valley of fairytales, exuberant and all green in summers, and pricelessly snow clad in the pristine beauty of winters. Needless to say, there’s nothing like this in the world; an infinity pool in the bed of Alps. Suites here range from US $ 300 to US $ 1300.
5 The Chedi Muscat, Oman
Calling this hotel luxurious is undermining its worth. It is much more than a definition of luxury. The Chedi Muscat is a five star hotel set in twenty acres of landscape between the Al Hajar Mountains and its own private beach on the Gulf of Oman. Its 103 meter long infinite pool is one of the largest in the world and overlooks the Gulf of Oman, bordered by an authentic Japanese Sushi bar.
With its ultimate luxury options, this place literally provides with luxury and relaxation above everyone else. How much to shell out for it? Multiple options of suites to choose from, ranging from US $ 300 to US $ 700.
6 Fasano, Rio de Janeiro
The Hotel Fasano in Rio de Janeiro has a rooftop pool which also gives a view of the Pan de Azucar hill and Ipanema Beach. The pool here is not too big but is one of the most beautiful, exquisite, and well-designed, on the planet. Also the pool is situated in the middle of the hottest part of a river. Room tariffs range from US $ 600 to US $ 2140.
7 Grace Hotel, Santorini
Located 2 kilometers from Fira (Greece) is one of the destinations that specialize in hanging swimming pools. It takes us into luxury packed in small doses that pop up gradually, only to set us all surprised. The pool sets in on a terrace with capricious pool and an engrossing sunset with the panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea. Grace
Santorini has received numerous awards for its in-class excellence and hospitability. Tariff per night ranges € 1400 to € 1700.
8 Six Senses Yao Noi, Thailand
This luxury pool villa lays on the bartola facing the unique landscape of Phang Nga Bay and houses an infinity pool. Between Krabi and Phuket, this island of the Andaman Sea boasts of an exclusive Six Senses with its pool blown over the undergrowth and waters.
The limestone formations in the background between the blue of the pool and the sea, gives this place its much sorted fame. The Six Senses gives a sweeping panorama of the Phang Nga Bay. Tariffs per night range from 16000 Thai Baht to 37000 Thai Baht.
9 One & Only Reethi Rah, Maldives
With no second thought, Maldives is house to some of the best supreme water destinations around the world. This piece of paradise continues in longitudinal piece that penetrates a few meters on the transparent waters of the lagoon.
Not only this place is known for its infinity pool, but also the kind of aquatic bed that it has. One & Only Reethi Rah houses some of the best captivating horizons in the world. This award winning resort in Maldives sets back the guests by US $ 1600 to US $ 20,000, but the extravaganza is worth every penny.
10 Sarara Camp, Kenya
The Sarara Camp lies in the northern frontier of Kenya, in the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy. The entire stretch covers an area of 850,000 acres in the Mathews Range and is special and unique because of its remote location.
It is too cliched to imagine everything in plains or at beach, and in this regard, give Sarara camp a break. This remote camp has an atypical pool creature located in the African savannah.
11 Infinity pool in the Mirage house
Millionaires have a tendency to follow the latest fashion trends, and as such, the infinity pools have garnered much attention in the market. Getting a pool that makes you feel like in an endless river is a mixture of thrill, perspective and fun.
This infinity pool is located on the roof of the Mirage house on the Greek island of Tinos. Athens Kois Associated Architects has designed the whole house, and the surrounding landscape helps add up to the already prevalent sensation of infinity.
13 Laucala Island Resort in Fiji
Laucala Island Resort is an ultimate luxury choice situated on the Fiji Island. It covers an area of 3200 acres and houses 25 unique villas. The Laucala Island Resort in Fiji features an epic pool within a swimming pool. Inside the larger pool is the workout pool which looks more natural.
14 Huvafen Fushi Resort in Maldives
The Huvafen Fushi Resort in Maldives is a luxurious resort cradled in the North Malé Atoll and features an overwater and beach bungalow with private pools. It is beautifully set up for the night, with colorful lights blinking beneath the surface.
15 Nam Hai in Vietnam
The Nam Hai (Hoi An) by Four Seasons Group lies in the heartland of Vietnam and offers an illuminated experience to the best beaches in the world. There are in total three infinity pools of Olympic size with a beach front. One doesn’t even have to enter the dilemma of choosing between the pool and the beach considering that the extravagant pool leads directly to the sand.