Top 23 Most Insane Pools You Won’t Believe Exist

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We picked some of the most luxurious and impressive such pools that we could find. We recommend visiting at least one of these — just imagine how good it would feel to float back, stare at the sun, and wallow in one them for a lifetime. Glorious!

There’s a little bonus at the end of this article. Don’t miss it! 😉

21. The Caesar Augustus Hotel, Italy

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20. The Alila Villas Uluwatu Hotel, Bali

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19. The Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore

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© Chia Ming Chien

© marinabaysands.com

18. The Huvafen Fushi Resort, the Maldives

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17. The Сambrian Hotel, the Swiss Alps

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16. The Caruso Hotel, Italy

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15. The Ubud Hanging Gardens Hotel, Bali

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© hanginggardensubud.com

14. The Reethi Rah Hotel, the Maldives

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13. The Munduk Moding Plantation Hotel, Bali

© mundukmodingplantation.com

© mundukmodingplantation.com

12. The Kia Ora Hotel, Rangiroa, French Polynesia

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11. The Acuatico Beach Resort Hotel, the Philippines

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10. The Villa Mahal Hotel, Turkey

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9. The Bilila Lodge Kempinski Hotel, Tanzania

© kempinski.com

8. The Grace Santorini Hotel, Greece

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7. The Golden Triangle Resort Hotel, Thailand

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7. The Racha Island Resort Hotel, Thailand

© theracha.com

6. The Sha Wellness Clinic Hotel and Spa, Spain

© shawellnessclinic.com

5. The Jade Mountain Resort Hotel, Saint Lucia

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4. The Perivolas Hotel, Greece

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3. The Du Cap Eden Roc Hotel, France

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2. InterContinental Dubai Pool, UAE

© Antonio Saba

1. The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan

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This pool is not what you may be used to because it’s nothing but an illusion. Designed by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich, it represents two sheets of transparent glass with 10 cm of water housed in between. So you can be as if underwater without even getting wet!

Bonus: England

© media.guim

A design for a glass swimming pool suspended between two buildings in London.

Preview photo credit media.guim

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