There are people all over the world who have impeccable taste in pools. From a hotel on the Las Vegas strip to a hot springs in the Canadian Rockies, these are the eight most breathtaking pools from around the world:
- The Golden Nugget Pool
At the Golden Nugget Hotel in Las Vegas, you can take a dip in one of the world’s most incredible pools. The Golden Nugget pool features a tank full of tropical fish and small sharks that you can swim around (not with), and a three-storey waterslide.
- St. Regis Gold Energy Pool
In Lhasa, Tibet, at the St. Regis Hotel, you’ll find a saltwater pool that’s always the perfect temperature. Plus, it’s gold, so you’ll feel like royalty when you go for a swim.
- Hanging Gardens Ubud Hotel Luxury Pool
Located in Bali, the Hanging Gardens Ubud Hotel Luxury pool has the clearest waters you’ll ever see. Because this is a luxury resort, there are also poolside spa services and poolside meals so you never have to leave the lush blue waters while you’re on vacation.
- Chongwe River House Pool
The next time you’re in Zambia, Africa and want to check out some wildlife while you go for a dip, try the Chongwe River House pool. This pool is surrounded by a breathtaking landscape where it’s common to see elephants roaming free while you’re soaking up the sun.
- The Rooftop Pool at the Thompson Hotel
Toronto, Ontario, Canada is home to many luxury hotels but none has a better pool than the Thompson Hotel. This 40-foot rooftop wonder features spectacular views of the city and is complete with a bar so you don’t have to go far for a nice cocktail.
- Laucala Island Resort Pool
On a private island in Fiji you’ll find the Laucala Island Resort. This resort boasts gorgeous scenery, golf, and one of the most beautiful pools you’ll ever lay eyes on. The resort’s pool features a pool within a pool. There’s an enclosed deeper pool located inside a shallow pool perfect for people who aren’t sure if they want to wade in the water or swim laps
- Hot Springs Pool in Radium
In the village of Radium Springs, British Columbia, Canada, you’ll find a natural wonder where you can swim outdoors. This hot springs pool has an incredible view of the rocky mountains and is also fenced off so you don’t have to worry about wild animals cozying up to you while you’re trying to swim.
- The Lalu Heated Pool
Located at the Lalu Hotel in Taiwan, this infinity-style pool overlooks the tranquil Sun Moon Lake. This pool is heated so no matter what time of year you visit the hotel, you can take a dip in its lush and calming waters.