Amazing Pools – The most luxurious pools
Swimming pools in the largest and most expensive hotels once had a simple rectangular shape without any particular emphasis on design, details or materials. Those days are gone forever. Every hotel wants to have a distinctive, inventive and impressive swimming pool, paying great attention to the surrounding area and the garden and going to extremes with technologies such as the underwater sound system. A swimming pool today can be on a cliff, in an exotic garden, on the highest floor of a hotel overlooking the whole city, be a "small ocean" or even in the middle of a river. Professionals are inspired and create even if it is a public swimming pool. In any case, it is wonderful to see them, let alone to be able to enjoy them...
1. Bayan tree hotel
Located at the Bayan tree hotel in the Seychelles. In one of the sixty private pool villas that follow the local architecture of the Seychelles you can swim next to the rocks, the tropical forest with palm trees, while gazing at the Indian Ocean. This pool is a true paradise for its guests.
In English it means the ship – bathroom. It used to be a container ship hull and today it is a public swimming pool in Berlin, in the river Spree. The sight in itself is impressive as is the conception of the idea which was initially characterized as risky. But the project caught on and a crowd of young people flocks every day to swim, relax in the lounge with day beds or have a drink in the bar where DJs often play until midnight. The night owls come in the early hours of the morning to refresh themselves by swimming after dancing all night, to the rhythms of jazz heard from the bar. In winter, the pool and other areas are protected from wind and cold by a roof.
3. Crown Macau Hotel
It is located in the six-star Crown Towers hotel-casino, 160 meters high, the tallest building on Taipa Island. The epitome of style and luxury is summed up in the design of this indoor pool. It reaches the edge of the building with the water joining the magnificent view of Macau, China. With more than two hundred deluxe VIP rooms, of which twenty-four are VIP suites and eight are presidential villas, it couldn't have anything less impressive to show off.
4. Four Seasons Hong Kong
Pools on the roof of a building are always amazing. But when they also bear the signature of the Four Seasons hotel chain, we know that we are talking about another level in luxury and design. This particular pool is located at the Four Seasons in Hong Kong and is considered one of the best outdoor pools in urban hotels that reach the brink of… chaos! From here you have a view of the ICC (International Commerce Center), the Gateway Towers, the port and the whole city.
5. Jade Mountain
At this hotel in St. Lucia, in the Caribbean, each suite has its own pool, each with its own unique design, color and shape. But all of them have the same view of the characteristic mountains of the island and are considered a key element of the design of the entire complex. They have shallow lounge areas, but also a larger area for swimming, a glass roof that covers them when not in use, which combined with the ability to control the color and intensity of the pool water, creates a wonderful visual effect.
6. Le Meridien Hurghada
A 6,400 square meter swimming pool at Le Meridien Hurghada, Egypt can only be described as extravagance when it is located right in front of the magnificent sandy beach and crystal clear waters of the cosmopolitan Makadi Coast. But when the stake is comfort, luxury and impressiveness, then nothing is an exaggeration!
7. Nemo 33
A separate pool at least 33 meters deep, which functions as a scuba diving center, in Belgium, is remarkable. A complex structure with two levels of "flat-bottomed areas" (one at 5 meters and the other at 10 meters) and a tunnel that descends to 33 meters. Most excitingly, it has portholes at various depths through which visitors can view divers. The water is constantly at 30 degrees Celsius.
8. New Majestic
A small but unique pool with mosaic details is located at the New Majestic Hotel in Singapore. The three circles at the bottom of the pool are essentially three glass "windows" with a view to and from the hotel restaurant.
9. The Dolder Resort
The swimming pool of the Dolder Grand Spa, the homonymous hotel-resort in Zurich, is a reference point for modern design. With disarming panoramic views, European and Japanese influences and the signature of the architectural office Partner Foster & Partners, United Designers and the American spa-expert Sylvia Sepielli, the result was expected.
10. San Alfonso Del Mar
Conquering a place in the Guinness book for the dimensions that make it a "small ocean", we can't get enough of seeing it! It is located in Chile, in the Resort of the same name. Its area reaches 80 thousand square meters, its length reaches one kilometer and its depth 35 meters!
11. The Joule
It has been built on the edge of the 10th floor of the Joule Hotel in Dallas. The remarkable thing is that this pool has a glass ledge in which few would dare to swim, despite the view
12. The W Seoul Walkerhill
Another amazing indoor pool in the Wet Room of the W Seoul Walkerhill hotel, of the W hotel chain. The modern design once again comes in perfect harmony with the natural landscape which in this case is the view of the Han River.