From the world’s largest Texas-shaped rooftop lazy river in Houston, the USA, to a 323-meter free-form swimming pool in Thailand, these are the most insta-worthy pools around the globe.
Marriott Marquis Houston – Houston, Texas, USA
Marriott Marquis Houston offers deluxe resort-style amenities, spacious suites, sweeping city views, and the world’s largest Texas-shaped lazy river. Located on the 6th-floor, Altitude Rooftop & Pool is home to private cabanas where guests can order a photo-worthy cocktail and float down the lazy river, or cool off in the infinity pool. The centrally located Marriott Marquis Houston serves as a destination all its own with a diverse assortment of dining outlets – from MLB legend-owned Biggio’s Sports Bar to the Spanish-inspired Cueva Wine Bar for tapas and an unparalleled wine selection.
Villa La Valencia Beach Resort & Spa – Los Cabos, Mexico
Home to Los Cabos’ longest lazy river with an art-mural bottom, Villa La Valencia Beach Resort & Spas‘ ocean-facing pools measure 1,148-feet and allow guests to wander around the property on a fleet of luxury pool floats. Other aquatic features include an oceanfront infinity pool sitting at the heart of the resort, surrounded by a variety of tropical pools and four Jacuzzis, including designated family and adults-only areas. Corralle, a poolside restaurant, provides guests with beautifully plated bites, while toes-in-the-sand Barefoot Beach Bar serves up a variety of tequila and mezcal concoctions.
Angsana Laguna Phuket – Phuket, Thailand
Angsana Laguna Phuket is part of Asia’s first integrated resort, Laguna Phuket. It features a large free-form swimming pool with a lazy river that meanders around the resort. Guests can book a room with direct, swim-out access or head to pristine beaches with warm white sands, a lagoon-style pool, water activities, golf, and access to some of Asia’s most unique sights, like the gravity-defying limestone formations in Phang Nga National Park, Old Phuket Town, sunsets at Promthep Cape and the Big Buddha, Phuket’s most significant cultural landmark.
Rock House – Providenciales, Turks & Caicos
Opening this May, Grace Bay Resorts’ newest luxury resort, the Mediterranean-inspired Rock House, will feature a 100-foot infinity pool built into a 25-foot cliff, the largest of its kind in Turks & Caicos.
Atlantis, the Palm, Dubai
Atlantis, the Palm, Dubai is the ultimate destination to enjoy Michelin-starred dining, the world’s largest waterpark, the most extravagant brunches, and of course, a stunning, insta-worthy pool named The Royal Pool. Guests can relax and sunbathe in the lagoon-style pool while overlooking the resort and all that Dubai has to offer.
Zemi Beach House, Anguilla
Anguilla’s luxury boutique hotel, Zemi Beach House has three swimming pools with one being the crowd’s favorite infinity pool. It is not perfect for only those looking to unwind, reset, and relax, but also for social media queens who want to teach their community how to live their #bestlife.
Alaia Belize Autograph Collection – Ambergris Caye, Belize
The new luxury resort on Ambergris Caye that debuted as Belize’s first Marriott property, Alaia Belize Autograph Collection, features the country’s only suspended rooftop pool. Overlooking the tranquil Caribbean Sea, the infinity pool boasts glass windows on its bottom, allowing swimmers to look down at the entryway of the hotel and vice versa for pedestrians.
Banyan Tree Mayakoba – Riviera Maya, Mexico
Riviera Maya’s most exclusive five-star eco-resort, Banyan Tree Mayakoba, recently underwent a $50 million expansion that resulted in a brand-new 43,000 square-foot Sands Beach Club with an expansive pool that sits atop the breathtaking sugar-sand beach, one of the most picturesque places on the Riviera Maya coastline. Visitors can also explore the world’s second-largest barrier reef and the crystal-clear waters of Mexico’s Caribbean Sea from the new Mayakoba Dive & Water Sports Center, and swim in the many cenotes of the region. These sinkholes were formed millions of years ago by limestone caves that collapsed and filled with water. Guests can explore wide-open pools or caves containing pools that connect submerged tunnels.
Curaçao Marriott Beach Resort – Willemstad, Curaçao
Located only five minutes from Curaçao’s capital, Willemstad, Curaçao Marriott Beach Resort sits on six acres of oceanfront property and bosts newly renovated hotel rooms, meeting and event spaces as well as 4 dining concepts. Guests can lounge by one of two sparkling swimming pools: a large family pool and the cross-shaped pool which is ideal for an Insta shot.
Club Med Michès Playa Esmeralda – Miches, Dominican Republic
Club Med Michès Playa Esmeralda is the first and only operating resort in the undiscovered region of Miches. The eco-chic all-inclusive luxury resort offers a variety of Instagram-worthy pool experiences – the resort first welcomes guests with a long-reaching walk-in pool, featuring turquoise blue water and private poolside cabanas surrounded by native flora and towering palm trees. Hidden in the jungle, the naturally-filtered Zen pool features a swim-up wellness bar and large hammocks to sway in.
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