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5 Epic Swimming Pool Ideas in Hotels around the World

Lazing around the swimming pool is really relaxing and spending time in the pool is fun. But swimming in one of the world’s most epic swimming pools takes the enjoyment factor to a whole new level. While many holiday makers flock to the beach, imagine spending your next vacation in pool paradise. Here are just 5 of the most amazing hotel pools from around the globe.

The Skypark Pool in Singapore

As the name suggests the Skypark pool sits on top of the roof of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore. It is truly one of the most stunning pools on the entire planet. It is an infinity-edged pool that sits over 200 metres above the city. The views are spectacular. It is part of a giant entertainment deck that stretches across 3 skyscrapers. The infinity edges of the pool are so dramatic at such a majestic height. The effect is truly magnificent. And if after enjoying the fabulous Skypark Pool you decide you want your own rooftop pool, or backyard model, check out what’s on offer at http://www.alliancepoolstores.com.au/

Infinity on the Cliffs of Bali

At Alila Uluwatu in Bali you can swim in a spectacular infinity pool right on top of the cliffs. It doesn’t get much more spectacular than that. The pool appears to float in space. If you are challenged by heights the cabana at the end will allow you to enjoy the views in comfort. Some people find the cliff top infinity pool a little scary to swim in, so while they may enjoy checking out the views from this magnificent location they tend to head back to the private pool in their villa to take a swim.

The Library in Thailand

The Library at Koh Samui in Thailand is a spectacle of colour. The pool features a base of gorgeous mosaic glass tiles in oranges, reds and vibrant yellows. The effect is simply stunning. Red mattresses line the perimeter of the pool and add to the sumptuous feel of all those rich colours.  At night underwater lights turn the pool into something of a fantasy experience, pure magic. The Library pool lies on the Chaweng seafront.

Pelican Hill Pool

Pelican Hill pool in California is the largest circular pool in the entire world with a massive diameter of 41.5 metres. It is named after the Coliseum in Rome and features vaulted arches, corniced columns and a dazzling amphitheatre of terraced decks. The pool’s floor is covered with 1 million hand set glass mosaic tiles and is exquisite. The pool is surrounded by ultra-luxurious cabanas. The whole effect brings the magnificence of Italy into Orange County.

Huvafen Fushi

Huvafen Fushi is one of the largest pools in the Maldives and was ahead of its time being one of the first pools to use fibre optics. This enchanting pool features over 1,000 glittering lights which create an amazing effect. It is often used as a backdrop for fashion shows and other luxurious events.



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