30 Incredible Infinity Pools

Incredible Infinity Pool

Incredible Infinity Pool in Bali.
Photo credit: Sean McGrath

Introduction

It’s the middle of a blistering hot summer in the United States, so taking a dip in the cool water of an infinity pool sounds heavenly. The design of infinity edge pools are visually stunning, as the swimming pool appears like the edge vanished and the pool stretches into the horizon or to infinity. The design concept of infinity pools originated in France, but the very expensive vanishing edge swimming pools are usually found nowadays in gorgeous locations like exotic resorts or exclusive estates. Some of the most stunning infinity pools are situated on a cliff, or on a hillside next to green foliage, or stretching out as if to meet with the sea. We think these images show off some incredible infinity pools.

[30 Pictures]

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Shangri-la Mactan Infinity Pool

Shangri-la in Mactan Cebu, Philippines
Photo credit: bingbing

Alila Pool (HDR)

Alila Pool (HDR) Taken at the Alila Ubud in Bali.
Photo credit: Sean McGrath

Infinity Pool at Bali, Munduk Moding Plantation

Bali, Munduk Moding Plantation
Photo credit: Shura

Bali, the good life, Infinity pool at plantation

Bali, the good life.
Photo credit: Shura

Bora Bora Infinity Beach Pool

Bora Bora Infinity Beach Pool
Photo credit: Duncan Rawlinson

disappearing edge infinity pool at sunset with pool bar

Tahiti disappearing edge infinity pool at sunset with pool bar
Photo credit: Duncan Rawlinson

infinity pool with a flower

Infinity pool with a flower and the sea in the “horizon,” beyond the vanishing edge.
Photo credit: Carnaval King 08

Bali Infinity Pool

Bali Infinity Pool swimming to the edge of eternity.
Photo credit: Shura

Infinity pool at Saint John Mykonos

Infinity pool at Saint John Mykonos in Greece.
Photo credit: Upsilon Andromedae

Infinity Pool Sunset Panorama

Sunset Panorama
Photo credit: Erik Ogan

Infinity Pool Sunset III

Sunset in Saint Martin.
Photo credit: Erik Ogan

Acapulco infinity pool in the midst of the jungle

Acapulco infinity pool on a steep hillside in the midst of a jungle.
Photo credit: CHRISTOPHER MACSURAK

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St. Lucia Pitons infinity pool at Jade Mountain Resort.
Photo credit: davitydave

Infinity pool in Zihuatanejo Mexico

This will be a good week in Zihuatanejo Mexico.
Photo credit: Chris Martin

The Sha Wellness Clinic, just outside Benidorm in Spain

The Sha Wellness Clinic just outside Benidorm in Spain.
Photo credit: John O’Nolan

infinity pool shot at the Hotel Villa Mahal in Turkey

Sky Pool at the Hotel Villa Mahal in Turkey.
Photo credit: cloudzilla

Infinity pool, Taj Malabar Hotel, Cochin

Infinity pool, Taj Malabar Hotel in Cochin, India.
Photo credit: Brian Snelson

Maldives Infinity Pool

The One & Only Resort Reethi Rah in the Maldives.
Photo credit: Sarah_Ackerman

Swimming pool in the sky

Swimming pool in the sky on the 57 floor of the Marina Bay Sands Casino in Singapore. Not quite a vanishing edge, but impressive nonetheless.
Photo credit: green_kermit

Waking at Los Cabos to see an infinity pool at dawn

Waking at Los Cabos to see an infinity pool at dawn.
Photo credit: lecates

Paradise pool in the Maldives

Paradise pool in the Maldives
Photo credit: Sarah_Ackerman

Infinity Pool in Spain

Lovely Infinity Pool and the only one in the whole Hacienda del Alamo complex, Spain.
Photo credit: Supermac1961

Blue Jaz Infinity Pool

Blue Jaz Infinity Pool Garden City of Samal Island.
Photo credit: Reuel Mark Delez

Infinity Pool with Indian Ocean in the background

Infinity Pool with Indian Ocean in the background.
Photo credit: Sarah_Ackerman

Infinity Pool with Indian Ocean in the background

Taj Malabar Infinity Pool
Photo credit: Brian Snelson

Indonesia Infinity Pool

Indonesia Infinity Pool
Photo credit: Shura

Southern California Infinity Pool at Dusk

Southern California at Dusk.
Photo credit: ToGa Wanderings

Indonesia Infinity Pool

The horizon edge looks out over Santa Barbara.
Photo credit: Doc Searls

Pretty sweet view of the Los Angeles skyline Infinity Pool

Pretty sweet view of the Los Angeles skyline.
Photo credit: Eric Chan

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34 Comments

    • The law says that the product must be sold for the price on the advertisement otherwise it is bate and switch which is against the law I see no publish price so it must be free

      • Well, they did promise us 30 inifinity pools which suggests 30 DIFFERENT pools. They may be from different angles, but they are numbered differently also suggesting that the person who posted this wanted you to believe they are, in fact, different pools. So, yes, my friend.. they are duplicates. They are the same pool duplicated on the page, just with different views. And, as for the pool in Singapore, it is an infinity pool if you look at it the way you are supposed to: horizontally, not vertically. It’s actually one of the trippier infinity pools I’ve seen because it looks like when you swim to the edge, you’ll just keep going and fall down to the streets below.

  1. #25 and #19 are the exact same PICTURE. They just tinted it so that it would look different. Don’t get me wrong, they’re beautiful, but really? The same pool 3 times and the same exact picture twice? Just limit the list to different pools so you don’t look like an ass.

  2. Surely one of the poorest researched lists on the net, the author should be sacked for this garbage. So many pictures of the same pool and, as mentioned already, the EXACT same picture was in the list twice! How sad.

  3. “Hint: Use “J” and “K” keys (after the page finish loading) to navigate from picture to picture.”
    Of course stupid feature doesn’t work and the site is very buggy.

  4. These pictures are beautiful, and it’s a shame that you can’t enjoy them without pointing out the fact that there are duplicates. Does it really matter?? So sad. I loved them!!!

    • indeed, the Tahiti and Bora Bora are the same Tahiti pool during day and night, two different angles
      great pool anyway

  5. These pictures repeat one pool twice and another pool 3 times… kinda odd… but they are pretty… even if there’s only 26 pools

  6. It’s not the first time I came along on this amazing site, and especially to these extraordinary pool samples. They’re indeed, the best in the world, 🙂

  7. The J and K key navigation doesn’t work in Firefox 6. When I try it, it activates the “quick find” tool. Guess it has to be disabled before I can use it.

    Great pictures, nonetheless 😀

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