A selection of the most stunning infinity pools from across the world

Ubud Hanging Gardens – Bali

The vast elliptical infinity pool emphasizes the natural curves of the hillside. Standing on two levels, it is surrounded by stylish and comfortable sun beds for ultimate relaxation. In addition to the main pool, each room and suite has its own individual infinity pool, which can be access from the terrace for extra exclusivity and seclusion.

Cavo Tagoo – Mykonos

The infinity pool meets the boundless sea, the uninterrupted panoramic view of Mykonos town, the far-eastern inspired minimalist wooden decks that seem to float over the water… This is where day moves effortlessly into night. Cavo Tagoo’s pool sets the mood with its special colour-changing lighting.

Alila Ubud – Bali

Nestled in the hills of Bali’s picturesque Ayung River Valley and home to one of the most spectacular infinity pools in the world, Alila Ubud is a rare haven of profound peace and tranquility.

Huvafen Fushi – Maldives

The T-shaped Huvafen Fushi’s infinity pool overlooks the incomparable beauty of the Indian Ocean and its shades of turquoise and azure blue. The base of the pool is studded with thousands of fibre optic lights. At night, these are illuminated, and the underwater lights blend effortlessly with the real, crystal-clear, stars above.

Perivolas – Santorini

The Perivolas infinity pool, one of the most magnificent settings on earth, has been featured on the cover of the world’s most distinguished travel magazines, such as Condé Nast Traveller and Sports Illustrated.

Kasbah Tamadot – Morocco

Kasbah Tamadot’s infinity pool offers spectacular views towards the Atlas Mountains.

Devil’s Pool – Victoria Falls

Forming the largest single sheet of falling water in the world, the Victoria Falls are situated on the Zambezi River, on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe in Southern Africa. Devil’s Pool is a naturally-formed infinity pool, located mere inches from the lip of the Victoria Falls rim at a height of 360 feet, before the raging waters spill into the vast gorges below in thunderous sound. From September through December, when water levels are lower, it is possible swimming (apparently without risks) at the edge of Victoria Falls.

~ by Jolis Prénoms on November 26, 2009.

One Response to “A selection of the most stunning infinity pools from across the world”

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