Where To Find The World’s Best Hotel Pools

14 May 2018
2 min read
Grab your towel and slip on your shades – it’s time for a dip in one of the globe’s most amazing hotel pools.

From private plunge pool to endless infinity pools, discover a swim in seriously suave surroundings.

1 The Sanchaya, Bintan Island
If you’re after world-class elegance, pay a visit to The Sanchaya for five-star luxury found just off the Singapore coast.

An intimate hotel with only 19 villas and nine suites, the inviting salt-water infinity pool here has a shallow section designed especially for sunbathing on loungers – plus extraordinary 360° views of the South China Sea.

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2 Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, Miami
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has partnered with Academy Award-winner Rober DeNiro to bring an illuminating, one-of-a-kind experience to the Miami Beach shoreline, Nobu Hotel Miami Beach.

The sleek Florida hotel comes complete with not one, but three luxurious pools – as well as private cabana rentals for an added VIP feel.

Find out more here.

3 Hotel Caesar Augustus, Italy
Capri is calling! Perched on the stunning Isle of Capri, this luxe 55-room hotel treats its guests to an infinity-edge pool with a mesmerising view. Take a dip in its heated waters to marvel at the landscape – with the landmark Mt. Vesuvius in plain sight.

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4 Phum Baitang, Cambodia
With a breathtaking 50-meter infinity pool and a private plunge pool for every one of its 20 villas, Phum Baitang in Cambodia is a swimmer’s paradise. If that doesn’t appeal, the hotel’s spa (set amongst acres of lush paddy fields) certainly will.

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5 Grace Santorini Hotel, Greece
The seemingly endless infinity pool is the largest of its kind in Santorini, offering bathers uninterrupted views across the Caldera.

Located in one of the most iconic villages in the Greek Islands, with its famous whitewashed houses and bright blue-domed buildings, drink in the horizon and wash it down with a cocktail from the poolside bar.

Find out more here.

Words by Sophie Ritchie