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10 Jaw Dropping Infinity Pools

Infinity Pools From Around The World These idyllic plunge pools are located at some of the most high-end homes and 5 star resorts from around the world. The views are unparalleled and boast sweeping panoramas that are unforgettable… The Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Lake Oconee in Greensboro, Georgia Most infinity pools overlook oceans. But, the Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Lake…

Infinity Pools From Around The World

These idyllic plunge pools are located at some of the most high-end homes and 5 star resorts from around the world. The views are unparalleled and boast sweeping panoramas that are unforgettable…

The Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Lake Oconee in Greensboro, Georgia

Most infinity pools overlook oceans. But, the Ritz-Carlton, Reynolds Lake Oconee offers a plot twist: The pool stretches out towards a lake. Relax poolside after a round of golf, then step down to the lake and rent a jet ski to zip around in or dry off while swaying in a hammock. Less than a 100 miles from Atlanta, this resort is a quintessential lake getaway with a luxe touch.


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Hotel Arts Barcelona in Spain

Not only do pool guests at Hotel Arts Barcelona get prime view of the Mediterranean, they also get a close-up of artist Frank Gehry’s massive iconic fish statue. The gold-colored stainless steel design sparkles under the sun. Stick around after the sun goes down and the pool area transitions into a chic lounge.

Setouchi Aonagi in Matsuyama, Japan

Minimalist design, maximalist views. The Setouchi Aonagi hotel, which is perched on a mountain top, was designed by renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando. An all-suite hotel, the resort boasts 7 rooms plus the infinity pool that stretches almost 100 feet, showing off views of the Seto Inland Sea. Pro tip: Take a sunset swim; the golden hour casts a glowing mirror-like effect on the water.

The Vines Resort & Spa in Mendoza, Argentina

Savor sweeping views of the Uco Valley, which is Argentina’s famed wine-producing region, from the infinity pool at Vines Resort & Spa. The resort is near the base of the Andes mountains and the pool is surrounded by lush vineyards and private cabanas. The secluded hot tub gives prime views of the lush vineyards.

Garden of the Gods Resort and Club in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Garden of the Gods Resort and Club has a front-row seat looking out at the crimson rock formations that define Garden of the Gods Park, a National Landmark. The adults-only infinity pool at this luxury resort is heated and open year-round, because, yes, it’s known to still be snowing during May in Colorado. To round out your relaxation, book an energy work appointment at the on-site Strata Integrated Wellness Spa and strengthen your chakras.

National Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida

The National Hotel, located in the heart of Miami Beach, gives a double meaning to the term infinity pool. It measures an impressive 205 feet long. Lap swim, anyone? If so, you’ve earned yourself a poolside massage treatment.

Andronis Arcadia in Santorini, Greece

Newcomer Andronis Arcadia, a luxe retreat that debuted June 2019 in Santorini, Greece, is making a splash with its impressive pools. At nearly 5,000-square-feet, the resort claims to have the largest pool on the island, and there’s even a sunscreen concierge on deck. But for the bonus round, all 53 suites come with their own plunge pools that are positioned to capture views of the Aegean Sea. Swoon!

Regent Seven Seas Cruises

And the award for the most intriguing infinity-edge pool goes to the Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ 750-passenger “Seven Seas Explorer.” The pool is at the stern of the ship, giving stunning panoramic views of the sea. The Seven Seas Explorer takes summer trips to cooler destinations like Russia and Norway and heads to warmer, tropical climates in the winter months, and it also embarks on Mediterranean cruises, tthe coastlines of Spain, France and Italy.

Zemi Beach House in West Indies, Anguilla

First things first: Pose for your #infinityandbeyond Instagram photo at this picture-perfect pool in Anguilla. Then, we dare you to duck underwater. A boutique property, the Zemi Beach House’s infinity pool has a unique underwater looking window that’s worth checking out for yourself.

Hotel El Ganzo in Los Cabos, Mexico

With an arty aesthetic, Hotel El Ganzo is an impressive addition to the Los Cabos hospitality scene. The hotel hosts a rooftop concert series, boasts a local art collection and has a beach club. But first, you’ve got to peel yourself away from the spectacular infinity pool, which is made even more interesting with a glass-enclosed jacuzzi above it.

The Liming in Bequia

To go into real-life “Do Not Disturb” mode, head to Bequia. Never heard of it? The serene Caribbean island is between St Vincent and the Grenadine Islands. To get this right, book one of the nine luxury suites or villas at The Liming and watch sunsets from your private infinity pool.

Marquis Los Cabos

Los Cabos, which is at the southern tip of Baja California, is nicknamed “Land’s End” and the sunsets here are especially dramatic. Recognizing this, the Marquis Los Cabos has infinity-edged sunset and sunrise pools that are perfect bookends to the day. With unobstructed views of the Sea of Cortés, guests here may witness cameos by migrating whales. The property also has a central infinity pool that features a three-story waterfall.

Exactly What Are Infinity Pools?

An Infinity Pool Design concept is one of the most high end and dramatic pool features homeowners can add. Architectural achievements in their own right, you can often find these types of pools anchored to hillsides and overlooking sweeping vistas with spectacular views. There are many names given to this type of pool.

Many Names But The Same Effect

You may have heard it referred to as a negative edge pool, a zero edge pool, a forever pool, disappearing edge, or a vanishing edge pool. A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, so pick whichever name you’d like – the effect is the same. A reflecting or swimming pool where the water flows over one or more edges and produces a visual effect of a swimming pool where the water has no boundary and appears to go on forever. Such pools are often designed so that the edge of the pool appears to merge with a larger body of water, sometimes flowing into the ocean or appearing to merge with the sky. You can find these pools at exotic resorts and high end luxury homes around the world.

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Author: Pool Markerter
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