The following spectacular pools are sure to give you a taste for luxury:
The lagoon holds six million litres of geothermal seawater that is renewed every 40 hours and holds a temperature of between 37 C and 39°C.
“The Poule”, as it is called, is suspended on the hotel rooftop and cantilevers out from the 10th floor.
Built by the late newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, the pools at this palatial estate are as extravagant as he was.
In black volcanic rock, the Amanyara pool is known for its relaxing and meditative properties.
Built into the rock over a century ago, this seawater pool has views like nothing you’ve ever seen.
This hotel is one of the most impressive monuments in the world with several excessively grand pools with original décors.
Featured in many television series and movies, this hotel pool is one of the most well-known pools in the world, and is still today a star attraction.
With a Roman-themed décor and intricate details, the pools at Caesars Palace are as spacious and stately as they are luxurious.
Just for its perfect view of Hong Kong, the Intercontinental pool alone is worth five starts.
The longest pool in the world is over 1 kilometre in length, covers 8 hectares of space and contains 2.5 million litres of water. .