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Summer Trends 2018: Most Amazing Swimming Pools in the WorldSaturday 14 July 2018
Summer Trends 2018: Most Amazing Swimming Pools in the World – How well does it sound just to imagine yourself on a hot summer day, by the swimming pool, with a refreshing drink by your side and the sound of the tweeting birds? A perfect scenario, don’t you think? So, if you want to complete your outdoor decor and buy a swimming pool for your house or simply be inspired by incredible pools that exist all over the world, then CovetED Magazine has the perfect article for you. Scroll down and meet a few incredible swimming pools and outdoor decor ideas and be tempted to get one for yourself!
Gold Energy Pool at The St. Regis Lhasa Resort
A constant water temperature of 26-28℃ guarantees comfort for guests who like to refresh, relax, or simply float in a bejeweled pool like no other. Guests may enjoy a reviving foot massage and specially created food and drinks poolside on comfortable cabana-style seating. Views of the resort’s lake and the Himalaya Palace add to the ambiance. Dressing rooms and locker facilities are available at the pool.
Jade Mountain Resort Pool, St Lucia
This incredible pool is located on Saint Lucia island, the hidden pearl of the Caribbean. Jade Mountain is a fancy secluded resort with a private beach, excellent spa treatments, and magnificent views opening from each room. Now, doesn’t it seem like a perfect honeymoon destination to you?
Havasu Falls Natural Pool, Grand Canyon, USA
If you are looking for a truly authentic swimming experience head to Havasu Falls near Supai, Arizona. A magical place where two worlds come together—the traditional culture of the local Havasupai people and stunning Mother Nature in all her glory. Limited numbers of tourists are allowed to visit and you’ll need to obtain an entry permit from the Havasupai tribe.
Chongwe River House Pool, The Lower Zambezi National Park
Want to have a safari experience while soaking in cool water? Head to Chongwe River House hotel in Zambia, a quirkily designed boutique resort with an incredible deck and pool overlooking the Chongwe River. Allow yourself to hide in the shade of a huge winterthorn tree, sipping your cocktails and watching the wildlife come.
The Cambrian Hotel Pool, Adelboden & Spa
Rated as one of the top 20 Swiss wellness hotels and spas, the Cambrian Hotel in Adelboden has a jaw-dropping infinity pool looking over the Alps, open all year round to hotel guests.
Infinity Pool at Hotel Caruso, Italy
This refurbished 11th-century palace in Italy that seems to drift on a “balcony” above the Mediterranean Sea. You get 180-degree perspective views of the mountains and the sea down below from this magnificent ellipse-shaped infinity pool. Ah, and the best thing is, you can always call for the concierge to bring your iPod or a fancy drink.
The San Alfonso del Mar Seawater Pool, Chile
A luxury resort in Algarrobo, Chile, claiming to have the largest swimming pool in the world! Imagine one kilometer of pristine seawater stretched along the private white-sand beach. If you choose to stay at this hotel, your main concern for the next few days would be “Should I hit the ocean waves or relax at this enormous pool?”
Crocosaurus Cove Pool, Australia
If you are an adrenaline junkie than you’ll love to dive into this pool full of crocodiles in Darwin, Australia. There are over 200 species, with the largest saltwater crocs as long as five meters! You can dive in a protected cage 12 times a day from 9.30 a.m. till 5 p.m.
Infinity Pool at One&Only Reethi Rah, Maldives
Actually, it is a pool within a pool within the ocean at one of the top spa hotels in the Maldives.
Nemo 33 Pool, Belgium
The deepest pool in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records can be found in Brussels, Belgium. Specifically designed for divers, it’s open 365 days per year. Afterwards, you can enjoy some delicious Thai food at the local restaurant.
The Oberoi Udaivilas Pool, India
Live the true Maharajah experience at Udaipur, India, the glorious white capital of the ancient Mewar kingdom. The Oberoi Udaivilas resort is a 55-acre palace with huge gardens and this incredible pool with a magnificent view of Lake Pichola.
The Red Pool at Library Resort, Thailand
At Koh Samui in Thailand, you can swim in this incredible warm pool, tiled with orange, yellow and deep red, creating a glittering spectacle of vibrant color and unusual style. Bonus: a private white-sand beach is just a few steps away.
Floating Lake Pool at Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Italy
Splash in the pristine waters of Lake Como in Italy and then warm up in this amazing floating pool looking over at the Bellagio mountains. If you book a night at Grand Hotel Tremezzo, you also gain access to another spectacular indoor infinity pool with five jacuzzi and relaxing spa procedures.
Pamukkale Thermal Pools, Turkey
Mother Nature is always the top interior designer that no one can possibly compare to. These turquoise natural pools are made of travertine, sparkling-white sedimentary rocks deposited by water from the hot springs. The Pamukkale sight is huge with over a hundred of shallow warm pools of all sizes and shapes. This wonder is located at the same-named city in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey.
Como Shambhala Estate Spa Pool, Bali
Hidden among the lush forests and emerald rice terraces in Ubud, Bali, this pool seems like an oasis of serenity and relaxation. Como Shambhala Estate is a perfect retreat to restore your mojo and gain more life balance. Along with soaking for hours in this stunning pool with private access from your room, you can enjoy daily yoga classes and meditations; spa and special buffets, serving healthy snacks during the day.
Bondi Iceberg Public Pool, Australia
Within a mere 15-minute drive from Sydney, Australia, sits the Bondi Baths. This historic 50-meter public saltwater pool has been around for over a century, attracting visitors from all over the world.
Ik Kil Cave Pool, Mexico
Another mind-blowing natural pool located at Ik Kil Archeological Park, just 3 km from Chichén Itzá and Pisté in Mexico. A perfectly round well-type cenote 96 feet wide and about 130 feet deep, with waterfalls, aquamarine water and wild jungle vegetation snaking everywhere.
Purobeach Pool, Spain
Exquisite beach club at the Kotor-based marina in Porto, Montenegro is the place to relax by day and have the wildest raves by night. The club features a suspended 64-metre infinity pool, two bars, a spa, restaurant and a few boutiques.
Harbour Plaza Hotel Pool, Hong Kong
The best views of the Hong Kong skyline and Victoria Harbour open up from this deluxe rooftop pool located on the 23rd floor at Harbour Plaza Hotel.
Giola Natural Pool, Thassos Island
GIOLA is World’s Best Natural Swimming Pool. Greece’s hidden gem, Giola is a crystal-clear natural pool located near the village of Astris on the southern side of Thassos Island. It’s a bit hard to reach as you’ll need to walk about 2 km from the main road.
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