1. The Pool at the Holiday Inn Shanghai 

The Steven Leach Gorup had a unique idea concept for the pool at The Shanghai  Holiday Inn Hotel, and they surely accomplished their goal.  This on of a kind swimming pool and it is the main attraction of the Hotel for the obvious reasons. The pool is in the 24th floor which means, that if you go swimming, you’ll have a no charge extra of the breathtaking view of this amazing city of China.


2. The Out of the Blue transparent Pool in Melbourne

OFTB is the genius landscape architects firm that designed this magical pool. The idea behind this pool was to innovate and recreate an element that used to be traditional and common. And they did it. The pool is such an old idea but the design makes it very new and modern you may thing you have never seen it before. Pretty cool right?


3. The Mandarin Oriental’s Spa Pool, Barcelona  

Imagine this: You had a though week, so you decided to go to the spa on the weekend. You take a massage, go to the steam room, spend a little time on the relaxation area and finally you go to the marvelous swimming pool to close the day. We have nothing else to say.


4. Marina Bay Sands: The biggest Infinity pool in the World

Swimming on this pool means floating in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, gazing down on the glittering city-skyline from 57 levels above, almost like swimming on top of the world.


5. Hotel Costa Dei Fiori Infinity Pool, Italy

This is stunning swimming pool has real seawater and sand all around, which means you can feel all the beach vibes without leaving the Hotel.


6. W Retreat Koh Samui Pool, Thailand

It is never a bat time for a Private Pool retreat in a tropical paradise, right?

The collaborative designs of acclaimed Thai firm P49 Deesign and Maps Design Studio invite you to relax, rejuvenate and revitalize at W Retreat Koh Samui, where golden sands meet unspoiled waters.


7. The Swimming Pool at the Hanging Gardens of Bali

Designed by a specialist architect, the striking formation is suspended over the dense rainforest, giving swimmers the unique sensation of floating above the treetops.


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