8 Most Jaw-Dropping Hotel Pools

From up in the clouds and deep in the valley to around the world and right around the corner, these eight amazing pools will give you all the reasons you need to never leave your hotel. 

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Relax and unwind in the InterContinental Hong Kong’s three-temperature infinity spa pool that gives the illusion of floating along with the ships in the Victoria Harbour surrounded by breathtaking views of Hong Kong Island. 

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This isn’t a mirage, but it is in the desert! The Phoenician in Scottsdale, AZ sits at the base of picturesque Camelback Mountain. Cool off in this seven pool design situated on three tiers with the signature handcrafted mother-of-pearl tile pool. 

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Nestled away in the Ayung River Valley is the Alila Ubud Hotel in Bali, Indonesia. The lush surroundings intensify the emerald-green color of the pool, which looks out over the Ayung River. 

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At The Four Seasons Hotel in Pudong, Shanghaithe elegantly designed indoor infinity Flare Spa Pool is inspired by Shanghai’s Golden Age Art Deco period and has floor-to-ceiling windows that allow you to take in the spectacular skyline. This is a must-see at night as well! 

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A palm tree–laden paradise awaits you in the brilliant blue of the main pool at the Banyan Tree Seychelles, which appears as if you could float right off into the Indian Ocean. 

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Take a dip in the natural geothermal lagoon at Blue Lagoon Clinic Hotel in Grindavík, Iceland. Surrounded by lava rocks, enjoy the healing and anti-aging effects of minerals, silica and algae found in the seawater. 

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Go for a swim high in the sky on the 57th level of the Marina Bay Sands Singapore SkyPark where guests can enjoy exclusive use of the 150-meter infinity pool and sweeping views of Singapore. This is not for the faint-hearted! 

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The Grand Wailea Hotel in Maui, Hawaii is home to this nearly 5,000-square-foot pool adorned with a hibiscus, Hawaii’s state flower, a hot tub on either side and views of Wailea beach. Enjoy some peace and quiet in this adult-only pool. 

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