We all know that some hotels have fantastic pools, but what if you are looking for something really special? Topflighthotel.com found some amazing pools for you.
The deepest pool in the world is located in the Polish town of Mszczonów, which is less than 30 miles south of Warsaw. This pool is used by divers and reaches a depth of 45 meters…. nearly 150 feet.
It is deeper than the Italian Y-40 diving pool by 5 meters (over 16 feet) and the Belgian Nemo 33, by 12 meters (almost 40 feet). Divers can explore overhangs, a small shipwreck surrounded by Mayan ruins, and underwater caves, while non-divers can watch from an underwater tunnel. Deepspot also features training rooms and hotel rooms with underwater views of the pool’s interior. While it’s primarily aimed for scuba divers, director Michal Braszczynski told AFP that the facility may also be used as a training center for firefighters and for the armed forces.
Although DeepSpot currently carries the title for the deepest pool in the world, a 50-meter deep pool is under construction in Colchester, England, and carries the name of Blue Abyss
Marriott St. Regis Lhasa Resort in Tibet, surrounded by the towering mountain peaks of the Himalayas, is standing on top of the world. It houses 162 guest rooms, villas, suites and has a 24-hours butler-service and it owns Tibet’s first-ever fine-dining restaurant. But what makes the St Regis Lhasa stand out is its “Golden Energy Pool”, lined with thousands of tiles plated in gold. The pool contains therapeutic saltwater constantly heated at 28-32°C (82-90° F). An indulgent treat for anyone with a flair for bling!
The most expensive hotel ever built is the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. It is made of 3 towers of 57 floors, consisting of 2,560 luxury rooms and suites. The rooftop stretches longer than the Eifel Tower in Paris. The Sands SkyPark is also home to the world’s largest public cantilever housing a public observatory deck, lush gardens, exclusive restaurants, and a stunning 150 m (492 ft) infinity-edged pool to complete the luxurious experience. This hotel is in the top 10 of the world’s most spectacular rooftops. After your swim, in the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool and gazing down on the glittering expanse of the city, you can sunbathe on a luxurious poolside lounger, or relax in the shade of a palm tree sipping champagne. Cheers!
The phenomenal Oberoi Udaivilas is spread over 50 acres on the banks of Lake Pichola, on the 200-year-old hunting grounds of the Maharana of Mewar. A private lakeside dining, traditional boat rides, private cooking sessions, and a lot of fun activities for children offered by this unique resort. Restaurants serving international and Indian cuisine., while the spa offers signature Oberoi treatments. There is the option to book a suite with a private pool…. or you can jump into the 27 meters (89ft) temperature-controlled long pool with a bathtub, straight from your premier room with uninterrupted lake views.
Perched high above Santorini’s world-famous caldera, Grace Santorini is an exclusive boutique hotel that offers breathtaking views. Crisp, minimalist, and simply marvelous, the hotel skips the ornamentation for vast swatches of pristine white and sea views that stretch to infinity with 21 rooms and suites. The exquisite infinity pool, the largest of its kind in Santorini, offers bathers stunning uninterrupted views across the caldera.
The Four Seasons Safari Lodge is located deep in the heart of Tanzania’s celebrated wildlife reserve, the Serengeti, where the Big Five… the lion, the leopard, the buffalo, the elephant, and the rhinoceros… run freely. A local tour guide from the Maasai tribes can drive you around in the bush for a fabulous experience. However, you can spend your day at the Spa and by the pool to help you rehydrate. You can spend a day at the infinity-edge pool to watch elephants gather for a drink in the nearby active watering hole overlooking the natural wildlife. This hotel is not only fantastic cause of its pool and sightseeing, but it also offers a private Hot-Air Balloon Safari floating over 15,000 square kilometers (5,700 square miles) where one can witness some of the world’s most magnificent wildlife!