Just in time for summer, a dozen edgeless swimming pools you’re going to love times infinity.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Looming over Singapore from the 55th floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel is one of the most breath-taking infinity pools you will ever see. At three times the length of an Olympic pool and 650 feet above ground, it’s also the largest outdoor pool in the world at that height.
Jade Mountain, Caribbean
Photos: Lust Fab
Individual bridges lead Jade Mountain guests to the resort’s infinity pool “sanctuary,” set above a 600-acre beachfront property on the sovereign island country of Saint Lucia in the eastern Caribbean Sea.
Mirage house, Greece
Photos: Kois Associated Architects
Designed by Kois Associated Architects, the 2,131-square-foot Mirage house will be built on the coast of the Greek island of Tinos. The structure’s rooftop infinity pool overlooks the Aegean Sea.
Bronte Bath, Australia
Also known as the Bond Ocean Pool, the Bronte Baths are located at the edge of Bronte Beach in the suburbs of Sydney, Australia. Admission is free and the water is warm (and usually crowded).
Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena, Spain
The hotel’s “Suspended Waterfalls” are perched atop a 590-foot cliff over looking the Mediterranean.
The Cambrian, Switzerland
Photos: The Cambrian
Want to enjoy sweeping views of the Swiss Alps while you lounge on an inner tube? Then you want to book a stay at the Cambrian Hotel in Adelboden, Switzerland.
LaVanta Resort, Turkey
Photo: The Turquoise Collection
The Villa White Pearl is a private hotel suite at Turkey’s LaVanta Resort with its own infinity pool overlooking the ocean.
Hotel Caruso, Italy
After a few drinks you’ll have a hard time discerning where the infinity pool at Hotel Caruso ends and the Tyrrhenian Sea begins.
Hanging Gardens Ubud, Indonesia
Photo: Hanging Gardens Ubud
Hanging Gardens Ubud’s famous two-level infinity pool has been featured on Condé Nast Traveler’s list of “the best swimming pools in the world” and Trip Advisor’s roundup of “10 jaw-dropping hotel pools.”
Conrad Maldives, Rangali Island
Besides boasting one of the most impressive infinity pools we’ve ever seen, the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island resort is also home to the Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, previously featured in our roundup of the nine most unbelievable underwater rooms.
Grace Hotel Santorini, Greece
Photo: Grace Hotels
The largest infinity pool on the island of Santorini overlooks a sunken volcano in the southern Aegean Sea.
Devil’s Pool, Zambia
Photo: The Suite World
Devil’s Pool is a naturally formed infinity pool in Southern Africa’s Victoria Falls. Between September and December, a rock barrier forms an eddy which allows swimmers to wade in relative safety a few feet from the edge of the towering falls.