Some are ultra luxe, some are super modern, all are extremely inviting. Here are 10 of the most exquisitely designed backyard and hotel pools on earth.
$75 million may sound like an absurd amount of money to spend on a home, but when it's as stunning as between New York and Connecticut it doesn't actually seem too crazy. And thanks to its indoor pool that looks like it comes straight out of a luxurious private spa, this estate is on the fast track to dream home status.
A South London apartment complex is building the first-ever Sky Pool, made of eight-inch-thick glass and suspended 10-stories above ground. At 90-feet-long it will bridge two apartment buildings together — that's certainly one way to travel to your neighbor's to borrow a cup of sugar.
Lined with thousands of gold tiles and "guarded" by a black and white sea serpent, the Gold Energy Pool at the proves that indoor pools can be just as luxe as an outdoor infinity pool.
Located over a thousand feet above sea level, the infinity pool at the provides stunning views of the Aegean Sea and is the spot to take in the sunset on Santorini.
Beyoncé, Jay Z, and Blue Ivy went the Airbnb route for Super Bowl 50. The famous family rented this $10,000 a night, that features a beautiful infinity pool and sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay Area.
The tiered infinity pools at the —located north of Ubud—give swimmers the feeling that they are floating high above the rainforest.
A cube-shaped grotto rises majestically out of this gleaming pool, and the ceiling of the grotto is equipped with programmable LED light strips to further the artlike effect. Designed by , this pool features "wet edges," making it look like a surreal, edgeless expanse.
You can cool off and observe the local wildlife all at the same time in the 's free-form infinity pool located right above a watering hole frequented by elephants.
After a day of hiking, the pool built right into the rocks at is a welcome respite.
Just south of Valparaiso, the resort is home to one of the world's largest saltwater swimming pools stretching over 3,000 feet along the Pacific coast.