Palatial Pools Around The World

For the longest time, summer has been synonymous to escapes of elation & relaxation, aquamarine waters & abundant sunshine. And for anyone who resides in a city, vacations are a necessity. It’s the time to retreat to exotic locations on the globe & claim sanctuary in lands ruled by the emperor sun. The invitations are endless.

And as decisions are made & plans are formulated, hotel amenities are scrutinized for utmost personal satisfaction. Heat = Pool. The pool has become more than just the place to cool off while working on the art of achieving the perfect tan. It has become part of a hotel’s entity: where travelers go to break away from their daily routines & the scenery inspires, enthralls, and engages the senses. It’s the cradle of serenity; travelers become best friends with their inner selves. Palatial pools have made more than just a name for themselves, they have become their own world destination. | Giuseppe

 

 

Banyan Tree Hotel | Seychelles

Banyan Tree Hotel | Seychelles

 

 

Le Palais de la Méditerranée | France

Le Palais de la Méditerranée | France

 

 

Fasano Hotel | Brazil

Fasano Hotel | Brazil

 

 

Qasr al Sarab Desert Resort  | Abu Dhabi

Qasr al Sarab Desert Resort  | Abu Dhabi

 

 

Six Senses Yao Noi | Thailand

Six Senses Yao Noi | Thailand

 

 

Villa d’Este | Italy

Villa d’Este | Italy

 

 

Al Bustan Palace | Oman

Al Bustan Palace | Oman

 

 

San Alfonso del Mar | Chile

San Alfonso del Mar | Chile

 

 

Oberoi Udaivilas | India

Oberoi Udaivilas | India

 

 

Fullerton Hotel | Singapore

Fullerton Hotel | Singapore

 

 

One & Only Resort Reethi Rah | MaldivesOne & Only Resort Reethi Rah | Maldives

 

 

Perivolas Hotel | Greece

Perivolas Hotel | Greece

 

 

Casa Kimball | Dominican Republic

Casa Kimball | Dominican Republic

 

 

The Cambrian Hotel | Switzerland

The Cambrian Hotel | Switzerland

 

 

Habita Monterrey Hotel | Mexico

Habita Monterrey Hotel | Mexico

 

 

Hotel Chocolat | St. LuciaHotel Chocolat | St. Lucia

 

 

pictures courtesy respective hotels

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