Top 5 Interesting Swimming Pools
Added: (Fri Jul 09 2010)
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Sun, sea, sand…swimming pool? Often taken for granted and not appreciated, that’s about to change. HolidayCheck has dived into the depths and pulled out five of the most impressive swimming pools which hotels today have to offer.
Hotel Harbour Grand Kowloon, Hong Kong
With a view straight over Hong Kong harbour, the pool at the Hotel Harbour Grand Kowloon gives you a swim to remember. The rooftop infinity pool has a glass wall on the harbour side, so you can admire the vista even while you swim. With eight different restaurants to choose from in the hotel, the cuisine ranges from the freshest seafood to a hearty grill.
Hotel Conrad Bali Resort & Spa, Bali
The pool of the Hotel Conrad Bali Resort & Spa is surrounded by palm trees and backs straight onto the tropical seas behind and the private 350m beach. Sink into the calm way of life on this Indonesian island, and embrace the mix of Hindu and Buddhist culture. Whilst staying in Bali, visiting the glorious mountainous regions is a highlight for any holiday.
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
The Entertainment Capital of the World surely does live up to its name. HolidayCheck users have dubbed this hotel as ‘incredible’, and ‘fantastic’. The Garden of the Gods is made up of six different pools complete with pillars and columns and all of the luxury of Ancient Rome. Spend the day in the many cabanas and gamble with a few hands at blackjack, and experience the exclusivity of the Venus pool.
Hotel Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai
Lazing in the Arabian sun is even better in the temperature controlled pools of the Hotel Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa. There is the pool and hot tubs along with pool side bars. Guests can lay back and enjoy a personal butler service, and golf courses are within walking distance. Some of Dubai’s most famous shopping malls are just 10 minutes away.
Marina Bay Sands Resort, Singapore
Opened just last month, the Marina bay Sands Resort has a 150m long infinity pool set a massive 55 storeys up. It’s doesn’t break the bank, however; it’s a bargain $12 for a dip in this astonishing pool. Not only does this hotel have the world’s highest pool, but it also has its own indoor canal, theatre, cinema and shopping malls.
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