Top 10 World's Most Beautiful Hotel Swimming Pools: Nothing makes a vacation cooler more than a resort with a stunning SWIMMING POOL. Whether you seek a refreshing reprieve from the intense summer sun, a tranquil place to lounge or a bass-thumping evening social scene, a beautiful hotel pool can do it all.

Content Highlight:
  • Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como
  • The St. Regis Deer Valley
  • Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah
  • The Mulia - Nusa Dua, Bali and Mulia Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali
  • Montage Laguna Beach
  • Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea
  • Ladera Resort Saint Lucia
  • Casa Chameleon at Las Catalinas, Costa Rica
  • The Joule, Dallas
  • Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Here are the Top 10 World's Most Beautiful Hotel Swimming Pools: 

10- Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como

Floating in Italy's Lake Como, the 1910 family-owned hotel’s WOW (Water-On-The-Water) pool is a showstopper. Plunge into its azure waters to take in vistas of the lake and the scenic Grigne mountains.
Top 10 World's Most Beautiful Hotel Swimming Pools

A unique setting that combines exclusivity and proximity: this is Grand Hotel Tremezzo. The most beautiful location on the shores of Lake Como, facing directly onto Bellagio, where the two branches of the lake meet, against the rose-tinted backdrop of the Grigne mountains.

A strategic location at the heart of the lake, just an hour’s drive from Milan and its airports.

9- The St. Regis Deer Valley

This 2,238-square-foot Park City spot is open year-round, but it dazzles in the winter. Soak in the Four-Star hotel’s heated split-level infinity swimming pool with the white-blanketed Wasatch Mountains in the backdrop.
The St. Regis Deer Valley

The St. Regis Deer Valley is a skier’s playground. The ski-in/ski-out hotel gives you immediate access to Deer Valley’s renowned skiing minus the crowds (since it’s tucked away in the gated Deer Crest community). It rests on 12 slopeside acres at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in Park City, and it makes the most of its great location.

All guest rooms offer unparalleled views of the surrounding range. Another way to take in the scenery is from the incredible split-level infinity swimming pool. The steamy 2,400-square-foot pool appears like a mirage in the middle of the snow-covered landscape.

8- Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah

This Four-Star hotel’s pool appears like a mirage in the midst of the desert. The swimming hole is built around an enormous 165-million-year-old rock, which helps it blend into the stark but striking sculpted sandstone landscape.
Amangiri, Canyon Point, Utah

Dramatic landscapes, breathtaking vistas and raw natural beauty are phrases that come to mind when we think of Canyon Point, located in the country’s Four Corners region — where Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado meet.

As the center of Grand Circle, Canyon Point offers easy access to many national parks. You’re within two and a half hours of the Grand Canyon, a quick drive to Monument Valley and at the epicenter of hiking trails. Among the standout hotels in this southern Utah town is Amangiri, a remote luxury oasis surrounded by stunning rock plateaus. Head to nearby Monument Valley to spot iconic sandstone buttes, or to Lake Powell to view spectacular geological formations.

7- The Mulia - Nusa Dua, Bali and Mulia Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali

The Oasis is the longest oceanfront infinity pool in Bali and one of the most distinctive: it’s flanked by beautifully crafted, towering statues depicting the way in which Balinese women carry goods or the daily offerings on their heads, a tradition that goes back thousands of years.
The Mulia - Nusa Dua, Bali and Mulia Villas – Nusa Dua, Bali

As far as memorable first impressions go, The Mulia – Nusa Dua, Bali dazzles. After going through the grand entrance and past the magnificent Eternity Chapel surrounded by reflecting pools, the dramatic view of hills blanketed with more than a hundred elegant villas looks like a secret desert oasis.

The Mulia is the epitome of elegance and sophistication, as one would expect from a property whose name means “noble” in the Indonesian language. Located in the tropical haven of Bali and within 74 acres of land shared with sister properties Mulia Resort and Mulia Villas, the all-suite Mulia gives you access to four exquisite restaurants, five bars and six pools across the three resorts.

Add to that the ultra-luxurious accommodations and 24-hour butler service, and don’t be surprised if you want to spend the majority of your stay in Bali within the confines of this beachfront escape.

6- Montage Laguna Beach

The massive Mosaic Pool serves as the focal point of the Five-Star Southern California hotel. A cheery tile sun shines from the bottom, large palms anchor the corners and the Pacific lies just beyond.
Montage Laguna Beach

Reigning over Laguna Beach from its rugged cliff-top location, the stylish Montage Laguna Beach blends arts-and-crafts style with the luxury of a full-service resort. Rooms, suites and bungalows feature 400-thread-count linens and five-fixture marble bathrooms with a large shower and tub and private balconies or patios with ocean views. Guest room décor is bright and airy, with light-colored appointments befitting a resort by the sea.

The grounds of the hotel are irresistible. During the day, the crystal-blue pool is refreshing and relaxing; come evening, fire pits roar in the nighttime sky. There is a wide variety of ways to enjoy the stunning property, but one favorite is to visit the lobby bar for live music, delicious cocktails and a sunset for the ages. Even the arrival and departure experiences are notable, with a logoed cap gifted upon departure.

5- Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

From the ledge of the Five-Star hotel’s 2,650-square-foot Serenity Pool, you’ll spend the day gazing at neighboring Lanai island and the West Maui Mountains. If you can pry your eyes from the picturesque scenery, dive below the surface to hear the underwater music system.
Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea

Four Seasons Resort Maui is located in the town of Wailea, about a half hour from Maui's airport and a prime destination for those whose idea of a vacation is simply beach, sun and pool.

Consequently, the hotel has an impressive pool setup, with a main one on the ground level of the property and an adults-only serenity pool on the lobby level, which serves tropical drinks like a Mai Tai in a carved-out pineapple. There are a few different restaurant options from which to choose, all of which include a view.

4- Ladera Resort Saint Lucia

Perched 1,000 feet above the Caribbean Sea, this Four-Star hotel puts you close to the famed Pitons. You’ll almost feel like you can touch them from the private pool, a standard amenity in every accommodation. Some pools even come outfitted with whimsical swings. 
 Ladera Resort Saint Lucia

Once part of the Rabot Estate, one of Soufrière’s oldest and most famous cocoa plantations, Ladera Resort stands today as St. Lucia’s most unique and luxurious resort and the only resort situated on a UNESCO World Heritage site. The setting is breathtaking and unlike any other, on a volcano ridgeline 1,000 feet above the deep, blue Caribbean Sea, with stunning views of the Pitons.


Even though all 21 villas at this adults-only hilltop resort come with their own saltwater plunge pool, you won’t be able to resist the infinity-edge swimming hole at night. That’s when fire pits light up along the water’s surface in a fiery spectacle.
Casa Chameleon at Las Catalinas, Costa Rica

The resort, Casa Chameleon at Las Catalinas, is perched high on the hill-top above the new walkable town of Las Catalinas situated five minutes away. If you look to the sea from Las Catalinas, the Pacific stretches in every direction and beckons with countless activities. 

Beaches, swells and warm waters make for fantastic swimming, snorkeling, diving, kayaking and more. Turning your gaze toward land, you’ll find over 1,000 acres of tropical forest, hills and valleys to explore on foot, bike or horseback.


This eight-foot-long, Adam Tihany-designed pool juts out two feet beyond the façade of the Dallas boutique hotel. To make it feel even more death-defying, the cantilevered end has a glass wall so that you can teeter on the heated pool’s edge and peer 10 stories below. 
The Joule, Dallas

The Joule sits in the heart of downtown Dallas’ business district, and with its two-year renovation and expansion completed, it is even more of a zephyr of vibrancy for the area. The main building of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel occupies a historic structure and distinguishes itself from other façades by its striking swimming pool cantilevered eight feet to overlook Main Street.

Original marble flooring, elevators and historic staircases were combined with famed designer Adam Tihany’s contemporary aesthetic, casting a sophisticated and luxurious light through the property.

No two rooms are the same at this Dallas hotel, creating a unique experience for each guest. The rooftop space is the perfect reception area, complete with street access via a private glass elevator.


The world’s largest rooftop infinity pool stretches across the 57th floor of this futuristic-looking hotel, which was made even more famous in the final scene of Crazy Rich Asians. If you can take the dizzying height, the nearly 500-foot-long outdoor pool rewards you with breathtaking city views—especially at sunset. 
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

The cityscape of Singapore has been forever changed with erection of Marina Bay Sands, a colossal riverside gaming resort. While Singapore’s centuries-old shop houses sit alongside a shimmering sea of towering skyscrapers, the hotel commands its own attention with unique architecture.

Look beneath the gloss of the city’s cosmopolitan enclave and what you’ll find is an unspoken fervor for perfection ebbing throughout Singapore — the kind of fervor that gives birth to architectural marvels like Marina Bay Sands.

Three sloping 57-story towers are topped by a deck that spans three acres. Since its completion in 2010, it has become a favorite of architectural magazines across the globe. And not without reason — the iconic MBS hotel gleams alluringly under the midday sky and glistens stealthily at night like an extra-terrestrial mother ship poised for takeoff.

A swimming pool, swimming bath, wading pool, or paddling pool is a structure designed to hold water to enable swimming or other leisure activities. Pools can be built into the ground (in-ground pools) or built above ground (as a freestanding construction or as part of a building or other larger structure), and are also a common feature aboard ocean-liners and cruise ships. In-ground pools are most commonly constructed from materials such as concrete, natural stone, metal, plastic, or fiberglass, and can be of a custom size and shape or built to a standardized size, the largest of which is the Olympic-size swimming pool.

The Olympic-size swimming pool conforms to regulated dimensions, large enough for international competition. This type of swimming pool is used in the Olympic Games, where the race course is 50 metres (164.0 ft) in length, typically referred to as "long course", distinguishing it from "short course" which applies to competitions in pools that are 25 metres (82.0 ft) in length. If touch panels are used in competition, then the distance between touch panels should be either 25 or 50 metres to qualify for FINA recognition. This means that Olympic pools are generally oversized, to accommodate touch panels used in competition.

An Olympic-size swimming pool is used as a colloquial unit of volume, to make approximate comparisons to similarly sized objects or volumes. It is not a specific definition, as there is no official limit on the depth of an Olympic pool. The value has an order of magnitude of 1 megaliter (ML).