The world’s largest rooftop infinity pool is at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore | Source: Marina Bay Sands

Edge of Luxury: The Must-Visit Infinity Pools Around the World

There’s something undeniably magical about a pool that appears to have no end. Creating a seamless blurring effect that seemingly blends the water’s surface into the horizon, the infinity-edge pool is seen as the ultimate resort-style luxury.

The finest examples are a showcase of elegant beauty and eye-catching architecture taking pride of place at hotels, spas and resorts around the world. With wanderlust levels high, here’s a look at the must-see infinity pools from all over the globe to inspire your next holiday.

Address Beach Resort – United Arab Emirates

Presenting sweeping views of Dubai’s world-class skyline, the Address Beach Resort’s infinity pool is certified by Guinness World Records as the ‘tallest infinity pool in the world’. The incredible pool is over 94 metres long, over 16 metres wide and stands at a height of almost 294 metres.

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Hanging Gardens of Bali – Indonesia

Designed by French architect Gordon Shaw, this breathtaking double-tiered infinity pool was crafted by local artisans using traditional materials like Batu Candi lava stone and solidified volcanic ash. They are suspended over the dense rainforest appearing to float above the Ayung River gorge below.

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One & Only Reethi Rah – Maldives

The beautiful Maldives resort features one of the world’s most stunning infinity pools. Extending out into the lagoon, the pool evokes a sensation of floating into the ocean surrounded by stunning white sandy beaches and turquoise waters.

Source: Extraordinary Escapes Maldives

The Cambrian Hotel – Switzerland

With the majestic Swiss Alps as its backdrop, The Cambrian Hotel’s outdoor thermal infinity pool offers unrivalled views of the snow-capped mountains and rolling valley below. The opulent retreat is popular for its sleek design, world-class spa, and ritzy Après Ski scene.

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Kura Design Villas – Costa Rica

Nestled between the ocean and the treetops of Costa Rica’s jungle, this infinity pool in the adults-only resort of Kura Design Villas offers beautiful tropical minimalism. The L-shaped pool is accompanied by purple hammocks and white daybeds and also features underwater music.

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Marina Bay Sands – Singapore

Sitting on the rooftop of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, this 150-metre-long pool is believed to be the world’s longest rooftop pool. Presenting stunning views of the Singapore skyline, the iconic infinity pool attracts visitors from all over the world to the luxurious hotel.

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Burj Al Arab Terrace – United Arab Emirates

Travel to Dubai and experience the ultimate in luxury infinity pools where the saltwater infinity pool at Burj Al Arab Terrace provides an adult-only escape beside the sea. The incredible infinity pool features four jacuzzis, butler service and air-conditioned cabanas all overlooking the picturesque waters of the Arabian Gulf.

Burj Al Arab Terrace infinity pool
Source: Time Out Dubai

Hotel Caesar Augustus – Italy

Blurring the boundaries between the pool, sea and sky, this double-level infinity pool in Capri, Italy overlooks the Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius and the Sorrentine Peninsula. Spanning 27 metres, this infinity pool is perfect for a relaxing swimming and sunbathing experience where you’re treated to poolside bar service and pool heating when the weather is colder.

Source: Hotel Caesar Augustus

Jade Mountain Resort – Saint Lucia

The Caribbean resort has multiple infinity pools that are primary elements of the building’s design which features unique colours, shapes and themes. Depending on the theme of the room, the pools feature an individual colour palette crafted in one-of-a-kind glass tiles specifically designed for Jade Mountain.

Source: Jade Mountain Resort

Grace Hotel – Greece

Resting on a cliff overlooking the Aegean Sea, the Grace Hotel in Santorini features a spectacular 22-metre infinity pool that’s the largest on the island. With views across the Santorini caldera, the beautiful oranges, pinks, and purples of the sunsets contrast with the island’s black volcanic earth and white-washed buildings.

Source: Grace Hotel Santorini

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