Exotic Pools

Looking to beat the heat this summer by installing your own swimming pool? There is no better way to spend your lazy day with a good book and music at the poolside. Put all this together with  a Blue Lagoon. Especially during the summer many people spend plenty of their free time soaking up the sun in the pool. Beaches and Pool attracts a lot of tourist, all wanting to spend some time in and on its vivid blue waters. Get a jaw dropping experience with the exotic pools.

  • Katikies hotel pool in Santorini Greece

Perched on the Caldera cliffs, 300 feet above the azure waters of the Aegean, Katikies. A truly brilliant getaway. The location is nice and quiet and only a 10 minute walk to the center of the village. All the rooms offer a great view of the sunset


  • The Oberoi Udaivilas pool on the shore of Lake Pichola in Udaipur, India

Udaivilas Oberoi is a highly acclaimed resort from India’s leading luxury hotel. Some rooms have access to the semi-private pool – a real treat in hot weather. Beautifully designed to fit the style and ambiance of the location and with facilities and room quality fit for royalty. It  is an extravagant luxury hotel with 9 pools.


  • The starry lit pool at Jumeirah Dhevanafushi resort in the Maldives

The luxury resort is created for life’s tranquil pleasures and is the perfect honeymoon. Resort comprises of 89 villas and suites each with their own swimming pool.


  • Blue Lagoon Geothermal Resort pool in Grindavík, Iceland

Blue Lagoon Iceland geothermal spa is an important part of your stay in Iceland because of its comfortable temperature. An opportunity to energize with the forces of nature. One of a kind experience is the unique in-water therapies to beauty treatments.


  • The Library pool in Koh Samui, Thailand

This pool gets its color from a base of mosaic glass tiles in orange, yellow and blood red. Even the swimming pool makes its own statement.


  • Pamukkale Turkey

Pamukkale, means “cotton castle” in Turkish. This is one of the most tourist attracted place because of its cotton-look terraces. Turkey’s mineral water spa with hot springs.  There are 17 hot water springs in which the temperature ranges from 35 °C (95 °F) to 100 °C (212 °F).


  • The San Alfonso del Mar Seawater Pool in Algarrobo, Chile

World’s largest pool. The pool is 1 kilometer (0.62 miles) long, covers 20 acres and holds 66 million gallons of water. This place is for the cold water distance swimmer. So it could be a dream come true for you. So if you don’t like cold water and you don’t like to swim you might not enjoy it.


  • Gold energy pool at St. Regis in Lhasa, Tibet

Gold Energy Pool maintains a constant water temperature of 28-32℃. A 24-Carat Gold-Plated Pool, so the swimming pool was lined with thousands of golden tiles. Located in the remote Western peaks of China which is uncovered.


  • Infinity pool in Singapore at Marina Bay Sands resort

The ambiance itself is a tourist attraction. The architecture will take your breath away inside and out, both at day time and night time. This hotel is absolutely brilliant. It consists of 3 towers with an infinity pool across the top joining the towers together. Its a landmark hotel on the waterfront of Singapore.


  • Neptune pool at the Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California

A rare opportunity to see an exceptional mansion with original furniture! There is so much to see on this property. Back in 1947 William Randolph Hearst build this amazing castle on his 250,000 acre ranch overlook the Pacific Ocean. His architect, Julia Morgan, designed a 165 room estate with 127 acres of gardens and helps Hearst display a fabulous collection of art objects. The present version of the pool was under construction from 1934-1936. The Grand Rooms tour experience is great. Nice way to spend your hours.


Some of the most awe inspiring pools in the world range from on top of sky scrapers to the hill side and along the beach.

If travelling was free, You’d never see me again.


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