30 Stunning Hotel Pools Around the World
It’s always an endless summer at these super cool pools.
Take the plunge at these chic luxury hotel pools around the globe. From beachfront pools at tropical locations to rooftop dips perched high above urban cityscapes, we’ve got you covered.
Nestled on a lush hillside beneath Mount Agung, Amankila’s cascading three-tier Infinity pool overlooks the pristine Lombok Strait for seriously stunning views.
The Palms Casino Resort
Las Vegas, Nevada
The newly-renovated Palms Casino Resort boasts 30 brand new pools–the most of any resort in North America — and the Sin City spot’s main pool features a massive, 60-foot bronze sculpture from artist Damien Hirst titled Demon with Bowl.
Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands is home to the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, with majestic views of the Singapore cityscape from 57 stories up in the sky.
1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn, New York
Take a dip while enjoying an iconic New York view from the plunge pool at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge’s rooftop.
Four Seasons Shanghai at Pudong
Soak in the glittering Shanghai city lights from the jade-tiled indoor pool on the 41st floor of the Four Seasons Shanghai at Pudong.
Garden of the Gods Resort and Club
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Gaze upon red rock formations and views of Pikes Peak from the Infinity pool at Garden of the Gods that’s heated to a balmy 84 degrees, all year round.
Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski
Located in the heart of Old Havana, the Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski is surrounded by UNESCO World Heritage buildings that make relaxing at this historic rooftop pool an unforgettable experience.
Belmond El Encanto
Santa Barbara, California
Spanish Colonial style meets Californian craftsman vibes at the Belmond El Encanto in Santa Barbara, where the zero-edge swimming pool overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Lay back and sip a poolside cocktail or hop in the water and swim against the Kuala Lumpur city skyline and the lush greenery of the KLCC Park at the Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur.
Canyon Point, Utah
The surrounding dunes, plateaus, and mountain ridges make for a gorgeous environment that’s as peaceful as it is breathtaking at this acclaimed desert oasis.
Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
Behold the majesty of the African savannah at one of the world’s most celebrated wildlife reserves as families of elephants stop by the watering hole right in front of this safari-style resort.
La Quinta Resort & Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort
Rent a cabana and sip champagne in the adults-only plunge pool at this desert hotel’s signature “Après Swim” Happy Hour fueled by chilled bottles of Veuve Clicquot.
Noonu Atoll, Maldives
Soneva Jani’s beyond-luxe overwater bungalows have their own pools, making for an otherworldly vacation experience in the crystal clear waters of the Maldives.
Hotel Villa Honegg
Take the plunge high above Lake Lucerne in the heart of Switzerland year-round at the Hotel Villa Honegg’s heated Infinity pool.
Nautilus by Arlo
This newly-renovated South Beach hotel’s 1,890-square-foot heated saltwater pool has an aquatic sound system that keeps the beat going even when you’re swimming underwater.
Nusa Dua, Bali
Twenty-foot Balinese-inspired statues of ladies harvesting rice — signifying prosperity and wealth — line the ethereal Oasis Pool at The Mulia.
The Joule’s spectacular tenth-floor pool is suspended eight feet beyond the hotel high above Dallas, where guests can imagine they’re swimming right off the edge of the building.
Capetown, South Africa
Sitting on the rooftop of a historic grain silo on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, The Silo’s glass-sided pool offers views of the Cape Town skyline, Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, and the Atlantic Ocean.
The Peninsula Chicago’s 19th floor indoor pool is the perfect place for a refreshing dip, with 20-foot ceilings and views of Lake Michigan.
Turks & Caicos
Not only does the Wymara Resort have a sparkling 7,000-square foot infinity-edge main pool, but it also has private infinity pools in each of its four and five-bedroom villas that overlook the turquoise Caribbean waters.
Located on the Dominican Republic’s north coast between Rio San Juan and Cabrera, Amanera is a luxe jungle retreat with 24 minimalist casitas — most of which have their own pool. Don’t miss the gorgeous main pool at Casa Grande.
You know what’s better than a medieval Irish castle that’s been turned into a five-star luxury hotel? The stunning Relaxation Pool at the bronze conservatory inside of it. Check out the pool’s “Tree of Life Mural” that’s an ornate nod to Celtic mythology.
The TWA Hotel
Queens, New York
The TWA Hotel at JFK airport not only brings you back in time with its magnificent midcentury modern decor — it also has a rooftop infinity pool and 10,000 square foot observation deck overlooking one of the airport’s most active runways.
Belmond Hotel Caruso
Belmond Hotel Caruso is set on a cliff edge 1,000 feet above sea level on the famed Amalfi Coast, which automatically makes it one of the most magnificent pools on earth.
Germany probably isn’t the first place you think of when it comes to breathtaking hotel pools, but Schloss Elmau’s heated rooftop infinity pool boasts striking views of the nearby mountains.
JW Marriott Cancun
Large lagoon-style pools wind through the gardens of this Cancun hotel and end in a deep blue Infinity pool with brilliant ocean views. There’s also an artificial reef for practicing diving and snorkeling, and an epic drinks menu of 150 different margaritas.
Mondrian Los Angeles
West Hollywood, California
The famously scene-y Skybar pool at the Mondrian Los Angeles offers panoramic West Hollywood scenery, and transforms into a sizzling nightspot after dark.
The SLS Dubai Hotels & Residences won’t be taking reservations until June 2020, but jet-setters can expect the ultra-luxe hotel to be the tallest in town at 75 stories, with two Infinity pools perched at the very top.
Los Angeles, California
Hotel Figueroa’s iconic coffin-shaped pool is surrounded by lush greenery, making it a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of downtown Los Angeles.
New Orleans, Louisiana
The rooftop pool at Ace’s Art Deco New Orleans outpost not only boasts views of the vibrant neighborhood below, but the stylish boutique hotel’s poolside restaurant/bar, Alto, serves an impressive array of Tiki-inspired cocktails.