10 of the Most Unique Pools You'll Ever See
The refreshing feel of cool water on a hot day can't be beat! These pools from around the world match that amazing feel with luxurious details and stunning views. Can you imagine cooling off in one of these incredible pools?
The Hanging Garden Pool in Bali
This double-decker infinity pool takes you right up to the edge of the Balinese jungle. The striking formation is suspended over the dense rainforest, giving swimmers the unique sensation of floating above the treetops.
The Gold Energy Pool at the St. Regis Resort in Lhasa
Guests at the St. Regis can relax in this bejeweled pool as they enjoy views of the lake at the resort and the Himalayan Mountains. Visitors are meant to use the pool for relaxation and not play, which is why children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Neptune's Pool at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California
Construction for this Roman-inspired pool began in 1924, but wasn't officially completed until 1936. It once saw extravagant parties hosted by William Randolph Hearst, but was recently drained due to the drought conditions in California. Hopefully, some time (and good rains) will restore it to it's glorious state soon!
The Library Pool at the Koh Samui Boutique Beach Hotel in Thaland
Lined with tiles of red, yellow, and orange, this pool gives swimmers a uniquely rejuvenating experience! The pool over looks the beach at Chaweng.
Jumeirah Dhevanafushi’s Star-Lit Pool in the Maldives
With tiny lights scattered throughout, night time swimmers will feel like they're swimming among the stars.
The Tank Pool at The Golden Nugget in Las Vegas, NV
You can (safely) swim with the sharks at this hot spot, which features a poolside bar, shark tank tours, and a slide that takes guests through the tank!
The Changwe River House in Zambia
Can you imagine swimming on a hot day and watching wild elephants wade in the water nearby? The pool sits on the Zambezi River and offers guests amazing views of both the African landscape and wildlife.
Nemo 33 in Brussels
The Nemo 33 is the world's second-deepest indoor swimming pool, at 113 feet deep and holding 660,000 gallons of water. The water itself is filtered spring water - a very warm 86˚F and features underwater caves for more experienced swimmers and divers.
Y-40 in Padua, Italy
Beating out the Nemo 33 for the world's deepest indoor swimming pool, the 131 foot deep Y-40 pool holds over 1 million gallons of water! The pool also features underwater caves and a suspended, transparent, underwater tunnel for guests to walk through.
The Pool at the Katikies Hotel
This Greek hotel pool boasts crystal-clear water and views of the Aegean Sea and distant volcanos from the confines of a white concrete cave.