The Top 10 Most Popular Pools in the World
Whether it’s having a pool party or just taking a quick dip on a hot day, activities that involve a swimming pool are definitely fun. Now try doing those on a pool perched on a skyscraper with rich and famous holidaymakers photobombing your selfie. Now it wouldn’t just be fun—that would be an epic experience!
But before you pack your bags and book your tickets to destinations featuring the most awesome swimming pools in the seven continents, check out first this article featuring our choice for “The Top 10 Most Popular Pools in the World.
Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool, Singapore
Take in the mesmerizing skyline of Singapore while sipping champagne in the hotel’s famous infinity pool. Sitting on top of the word’s most expensive standalone casino property, the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool is 57 levels above and stretches to 150 meters. There. I just used both terms–‘word’s most expensive’ and ‘world’s largest’–on a single sentence. It’s that unreal!
Rehab Beach Club - Hard Rock Cafe, Las Vegas
Take refuge from the sweltering heat in Las Vegas. Known for hosting the hottest parties in sin city, the Rehab Beach Club at the Hard Rock Café is a sprawling complex that is peppered with palm trees and cabanas, a true tropical oasis. Great music, awesome pool parties—it’s a sizzling hot experience!
San Alfonso Del Mar, Chile
If size matters to you, then head to Sal Alfonso Del Mar Resort in Algarrobo, Chile. The resort hosts the world’s second largest swimming pool which extends to more than one kilometer in length. To give you an idea of how massive this seawater pool is, you would need to spend an estimated $4 million dollars annually for maintenance.
Laucala Private Island Resort, Fiji
Looking for more privacy or perhaps a silent sanctuary? The Laucala Private Island may be the perfect spot for you. The resort has an above-ground glass lap pool that is situated within a larger pool. Spend your days walking along white sugary beaches and swimming in brilliant blue lagoons.
Looking for a unique option? Then head to Badeschiff in Berlin, Germany. There you’ll find a floating public swimming pool and beach bar on a section of the Spree River. Converted from the hull of a ship, the pool lets you enjoy a panoramic view of Berlin while swimming with friendly locals.
The Gellert Bath, Hotel Gellért, Hungary
Tired of swimming? Why not relax at The Gellert Bath in Budapest, Hungary. Combining spa and wellness, the Gellert Baths boast 70 million liters of warm thermal water which is said to have healing abilities.
The St. Regis Lhasa Resort Gold Energy Pool, Tibet
You can’t get any more luxurious than the Gold Energy Pool of St. Regis Lhasa Resort. The pool features gold plated tiles. Seriously.
Be enchanted while you take a dip with the great Colorado Plateau as your backdrop. Built uniquely around a rock outcrop, the pool is surrounded by loungers perfect for sunbathing.
Tropical Island Resort, Germany
It’s the world’s largest indoor water park and it can accommodate up to 6,000 visitors at a time. Converted from an aircraft hangar, the Tropical Island Resort is a thriving tropical paradise with thousands of plants and waterfalls. Now you can enjoy the sun, sand, and see indoors!
PER AQUUM - Huvafen Fushi, Maldives
Fancy an evening swim? With tiny colorful lights illuminating the pool, it’s like swimming with the stars. The pool at Huvafen Fushi brings romantic dates to another level. Aside from this amazing pool, the resort offers stunning villas that face the crystal clear sea.