With summer well on its way, we are obsessing over all things aquatic. Grab your sunscreen and pool floats, because we've gathered all our favorite swimming pools across the globe and you're gonna want to head out for a dip. From gorgeous infinity pools that drop right off into the rainforests of Bali to stunning pools that tower overhead in the Dolomites, we've got a pool to suit every traveler's bucket list. Looking for swimming spots that are honeymoon worthy? We've got those too.
Surrounded by breathtaking scenery of the Swiss Alps, the heated pool at Hotel Villa Honegg offers a luxe experience that’ll warm you from the inside out. We can only imagine how gorgeous this spot would be at sunset.
One of the most stunning pools in the world, the red pool at The Library in Samui stands bold and bright with its fiery mosaic tiling. And for those looking to grab a book to read while lounging poolside, just pop inside to choose from over 1,400 titles.
Just take the elevator up to the 51st floor of this Kuala Lumpur hotel and you’ll find not just any sky deck, but a sky deck with an epic infinity pool overlooking the whole city skyline. Don’t forget the SPF!
Like a little jewel box of the Riad, this Marrakech boutique hotel is filled with life, color, pattern and texture. And in the heart of it all, a charming courtyard swimming pool with all the relaxation vibes.
The 25 villas at this Fijian resort look out onto coconut groves, pristine white beaches, the Nawi Mountains, or an emerald lagoon. Each villa has its own plunge pool and garden, so just select the view you’d most like to enjoy while working on your backstroke.
Italy's famed Dolomites are the backdrop of the sweeping views from six massive heated pools at Hotel Hubertus's Alpin Panorama. Possibly the most impressive pool in the world, the sky pool towers way overhead at a whopping 65 feet off the ground.
Everything about this Greek getaway screams vacation dreams, and the epic infinity pool overlooking the Aegean Sea is no exception. Built right into the Santorini cliffside, this pool perch is ultra luxurious.
Bali is of course renown for its luxury resorts and amazing swimming pools and spas. Hanging Gardens of Bali more than lives up to that reputation, with beautiful pools that drop right off to the rainforests and jungles below.
Sydney’s known for its incredible beaches and Bondi is one of the most famous spots for swimmers and surfers alike. If you’re more the pool than ocean type, you’ve simply got to head to the Bondi Icebergs Club for a sunrise swim overlooking the Pacific.
A members' club set in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside, Soho Farmhouse is a sprawling farm with 40 quaint cabins and a massive spa that's equipped with both an indoor and outdoor pool. Keen for a post-cycle class, pre-farmhouse lunch dip? Go right on ahead.
We can’t possibly ignore the possibility of spending an entire day in an 18th century Mexican courtyard, lounging by the pool, reading in the hammock, sipping on piña coladas and going for the occasional plunge. This old hacienda has us feeling all the good pool day feels.
Water sign babies will be all over this Maldives resort. Not only do the private residences here have their own splashy pools set just beside the sea, but the main pool on the island sits right in the center, at a whopping 13,000 square feet.
Each of the 40 gorgeous villas at the One&Only Wolgan Valley has its own plunge pool. Gazing out at the mountains after a good morning swim is sure to have you thanking the Southern Hemisphere gods for the land Down Under.
With one of the world’s most beautiful infinity pools, this luxury hotel feels at once totally urban and simultaneously remote. Gazing right out to the skyline of Singapore, soaking in this pool at sunset is a great way to see the city come to life at night.
Set in the peaceful tropics of Thailand, the main pool at the Four Seasons Chiang Mai is a beaut. If the solace of this pool and its deck aren’t quite private enough for you, check out the 14 villas with beautiful plunge pools that are perfectly worthy of a dip.
It’s nearly impossible to choose the most gorgeous pool in Bali because there are so many beauties around. The Viceroy Hotel is home to more than one, so you can go infinity or plunge – whichever suits your style.
Formerly a military fortress, Hotel Cap Rocat is located in the most secluded area of the bay of Palma de Mallorca. Perched on a ledge overlooking the bay, this dramatic pool setting is certainly bucket list worthy.
This Saint Kitts island farm features various pools and plunge pools and just so happens to be one of the most gorgeous remote getaways for a group trip or couples’ vacay. We’ll take our rum punch poolside, please!