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The 10 Best Infinity Pools Around The World

Infinity pools are the newest luxury where you can spend your day in the midst of the urban lights or a beautiful landscape. This major center of attraction has now become the latest trend in pools that almost every hotelier is adapting. 

From Bali to Switzerland there are a lot of things that you can do in these infinity pools. Let’s find out more about various infinity pool around the world:

Dig into the serenity of nature at Infinity Pool

Infinity pools are also known as zero-edge pools which disappear into the horizon and can be traced back to recirculating fountains where the water spills over the edge into basins. Modern-day vanishing edge pools are credited to the American architect John Lautner who came up with an infinity pool design in the 1960s and made the same design for the James Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever in 1971. Since then there are various luxurious establishments adding it to their list of features that offer their guests the ultimate experience of floating above the landscape and being close to the horizon. The modernity of these infinity pools is blurring the lines between man-made and natural landscapes. You can also enjoy an ample variety of cocktails and cuisines in these infinity pools. These pools are often seen at hotels, resorts, estates, and other luxurious places. Let’s swim into these infinity swimming pools around the world:   

TWA Hotel, New York City, New York

Experience the retro-chic in 1960s glamor at this New York hotel where you can sip your martini in the urban lights and can get mesmerized by the scenic view of the city. The Pool Bar operated by the famous Gerber Group is magnificent where you can plane-spot in the pool and cocktail in hand. The best part about this pool is that it is open year-round and can be heated upto 100 degrees in winter and the varieties of cocktails on the menu reflects the seasons and always plays off the fun aviation theme. Also, if you are traveling to New York City then you can avail cheap flights to New York during the off-season in the city.

Amankila, Bali, Indonesia

If you want to capture the best pictures then don’t forget to visit the three-tiered infinity pool at this popular Aman Resort along Bali’s east coast which is also one of the world’s most photogenic swimming spots. From the blank sand beaches to Bali’s active Mount Agung 

Cape Weligama, Sri Lanka

Relax at Cape Weligama and get mesmerized by the scenic beauty of nature at the infinity pool which has more than a half-dozen small infinity pools sprinkled over the 12 clifftop acres. The most extraordinary views at Cape Weligama are reserved for the principal, crescent-shaped pool where the verdant landscapes and pounding waves collide over the horizon. 

Grace Hotel, Auberge Resorts Collection, Santorini, Greece

You cannot find a bad view in Santorini, but you can always kick things up to a notch by taking the vistas from the infinity pool at the Grace Hotel which is 22 meters and happens to be the largest on the island and overlooks the caldera and half-moon shaped bay of Santorini’s westerly reaches, the view is best appreciated at the sunset when the dramatic hues of purples, pinks, and oranges that beautifully contrast the island’s black volcanic earth and white-washed buildings.

Mandarin Oriental, Canouan, St. Vincent, and the Grenadines

It is a trek to reach Canouan but what awaits will be totally worth it. The magic of the pool at the Mandarin Oriental will enlighten your day with the serenity of nature. You can take a dip and enjoy your swim along with a brunch in this infinity pool.

Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, Los Cabos, Mexico

Heard the Waldorf name before?

At the freshly rebranded property, the curvaceous, beachfront infinity pool is a perfect place to enjoy the wines and margaritas along with different cuisines. You can also do wave-riding dolphins and the natural arches of the Land’s End. You can also order a guava margarita along with some Mexican-inspired sushi from the swim-up bar. 

W Miami, Downtown Miami, Florida

W Miami’s infinity pool is a 300-foot-long infinity pool that was reopened in June 2019. This pool has made it possible once again to get the ultimate fixture of the Vitamin D that is located in the heart of downtown Miami. W Miami attracts lots of tourists around the world due to its dynamic architecture of the pool. The best part is that you can visit this infinity pool by booking cheap flights to Florida in the off-season.

Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Tanzania

The infinity pool was built in Tanzania’s splashing Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti where you will get to see giraffes, Zebras, and other amazing creatures of the animal kingdom. Count on a great bar and food service from the resort’s Maji Bar and Terrace which specializes in African tapas along with homemade pizzas.

Kura Design Villas, Uvita, Costa Rica

Kura Design Villas is another famous infinity pool in Costa Rica where sustainability and style unite at the eight suites which is an adults-only hotel that is above the Ballena National Marine Park on Costa Rica’s southern pacific coast. The tropical minimalist design is most impressive at the sleek, cliffside infinity pool that overlooks the Uvita rainforest and the country’s famed Whale’s Tail, huge sand, and rock formation. It is generated by the convergence of the two currents where humpback whales are often sighted. 

Wrapping Up

Infinity Pool is the perfect tourist place where you can enjoy the spectacular view of nature and relax. Along with a spectacular view, you can also find peace. These infinity pools are a bit expensive but if you like to explore and relax then these pools are perfect.

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