The world has a number of mind-blowingly cool and unique pools. We couldn’t help but marvel at these beauties.
This marble-sided pool at the Sala Ayutthaya Hotel in Thailand.
The stripes on the bottom of the Alavya Hotel in Turkey look extra refreshing.
The pool at the Siam Hotel in Bangkok looks so refreshing thanks to its dark-tiled bottom.
This 50-metre long pool is built into the Tasman Sea at the southern edge of Bondi Beach in Sydney.
This tiered infinity pool at the Hanging Gardens of Bali is set atop a cliff.
The infinity pool at the Grace Santorini overlooks the Greek island’s famed caldera view.
Day beds at The Residence, Maldives are submerged in the bluer-than-blue infinity pool.
Indulge yourself at Kensho Mykonos’ infinity pool, built into the rocks and overlooking the sea.
This private saltwater pool overlooking the Indian Ocean at one of Alila Villas Uluwatu’s pool villas.
The Habita is one of many pools at Sri Panwa in Phuket, Thailand.
The Aquazure pool at the One&Only Hayman Island looks out over the Coral Sea.
Canaves Suites, Oia, Santorini is a heavenly swimming pool in a cave overlooking the Aegean Sea.
A pool-within-a-pool-within-the-sea at the beautiful Maldives Hotel, One&Only Reethi Rah.
Another pool-within-a-pool at Laucala Island, a private-island resort in Fiji. Amazing.
Who needs a turquoise pool when you could have a blood-red tiled pool? Creepy or amazing? Not sure.
The cave pool at Katikies hotel, overlooking the caldera in Oia, Santorini
At Domus Civita, the pool is hidden in a cave beneath the house.
The ruins of this original estate were flooded to create this atmospheric spot at Hacienda Uayamon in Mexico.
The pool of the Bayugita pool within the COMO Shambhala Estate, Bali.
The beach club pool at Purobeach Porto Montenegro in the Bay of Kotor.
Which was your fave? Let us know! Is there a pool we should add to the list?