The 15 Best Rooftop Pools Around The World Welcome to! The place where future billionaires come to get inspired. If you’re not subscribed yet, you’re missing out! Welcome back Aluxers! Great to have you here with us for another original video presented by Today, we’re taking you on a trip around the globe. When you think of swimming, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Probably beaches, white sand, and pools, right? While it is absolutely relaxing to lounge around building gigantic sandcastles, it’s something that almost everyone has done before. And knowing you, you’d want to do something unique, right? What if we told you you could give your swimming escapades a wonderful twist by adding rooftops into the equation. You heard that right – rooftops! Imagine swimming around in your swimsuit, a martini in hand, while admiring the world’s most gorgeous cityscapes. Now that’s something that not everyone can say they have done. Who needs the beach when you could swim around and feel like you’re at the top world anyway? To help you dive into this unique experience, we’ve looked everywhere to find 15 of the world’s most stunning rooftop pools from an infinity pool that overlooks Singapore’s skyline, to a lovely rooftop pool that offers a magical view of Los Angeles we’ve covered it all for you. And we’re sure that, after this, you’ll be thrilled to add any of these to your bucket list. Let’s get started! Number 15: Altitude Pool Deck – Los Angeles, California Found on the 6th floor of the 5-star SLS Hotel, the Altitude Pool Deck will give you a Los Angeles treat like no other. Swimming in a lovely rooftop pool while enjoying a front-seat view of LA’s sunset will absolutely take your breath away. And to top it all off, it has a rooftop bar that offers signature cocktails and light fares. It even has live DJs on the weekends. Now that’s a party you won’t want to miss! Just a tip though, it is exclusive to hotel guests or cabana rentals, so make sure to book your stay at the SLS Hotel or rent your own cabana if you want to indulge. Number 14: Jetwing Colombo Seven – Colombo, Sri Lanka You’ll never see Sri Lanka’s capital, Colombo, like you will at Jetwing Colombo Seven. This amazing infinity pool can be found on the 13th floor of the hotel. There, you can take in a stunning panoramic view of Colombo while enjoying medicine-themed cocktails. It is also perfect for intimate get-togethers and romantic getaways. But you have to make sure to stay long enough to watch the sunset. If you don’t, your experience will feel incomplete and you’ll miss out on a breathtaking view. But keep in mind, just like Altitude Pool Deck, you must book a stay to use the pool. Number 13: Address Dubai Marina – Dubai, UAE If you’re looking for a 5-star luxurious Mediterranean experience, this 45-meter pool in Address Dubai Marina won’t disappoint. Situated on the 4th floor of the building, from here you can witness an awe-inspiring view of skyscrapers and bodies of water alike. It has a vibrant atmosphere with enough drinks and food to go around. The best part? It is open to hotel guests and outside visitors, so you won’t have to go through the hassle of booking a hotel room. A friendly reminder, though, make an advanced reservation as it tends to be packed during the weekends. Number 12: Hotel des Arts Saigon – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam In a city known for its vibrant energy, Hotel Des Arts Saigon’s rooftop pool is one of its most prominent highlights. Found on the 24th floor, it offers a marvelous view of the Ho Chi Minh skyline, so it’s no wonder why it’s considered as a top highlight there. In addition to this, well-crafted beverages together with soothing background music can be enjoyed while you’re floating around the pool. You also must try the hotel’s gourmet European cuisine. It is scrumptious! But don’t forget to book your stay. Only hotel guests can use the facility. Number 11: W Hong Kong – Hong Kong, China If you want to see the sky up close, go to W Hong Kong. Its rooftop pool, found on the 76th floor of the hotel, is considered the highest one in the country. At such heights, you can enjoy a magnificent view of Hong Kong’s cityscape. The best part? Aside from the infinity pool, you can also enjoy a relaxing splash in the rooftop Jacuzzi while trying out their delectable food and drinks. If you don’t want to book a room, the rooftop pool is open for all on the weekends for a fee of 988 Hong Kong dollars, which is about 125 US dollars. Number 10: Belmond Hotel Caruso – Amalfi Coast, Italy Enchanting landscapes with blue sky and crystalline waters – that’s what you’ll see while taking a dip in Belmond Hotel Caruso’s infinity pool. It is one of the most iconic infinity pools in the world as it offers a wonderful view of the Amalfi Coast, a World Heritage Site as declared by UNESCO. And to make it more appealing, you can have the ultimate dinner experience here. three notable restaurants, Sparkling Garden, Belvedere Restaurant, and the Infinity Dream Dinner, can satisfy any of your cravings. But, make sure you book a stay at the hotel to access this rooftop pool. Number 9: Face Suites – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia If you want an incomparable view of Kuala Lumpur, including its famous towers the Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower, Face Suite’s rooftop pool is where you need to be. It is considered as the best rooftop pool in Kuala Lumpur because of its height, being 51 floors up; its amazing view of famous landmarks; and its 38m modern-style infinity pool. Be sure to visit their trendy rooftop bars and restaurants to get a taste of their delicious menu – from cocktails and wines to pasta and burgers, you can get it all there. Number 8: 137 Pillars – Bangkok, Thailand Not just one but two rooftop pools will welcome you at 137 Pillars — one located on the 27th floor for all guests and one located on the 30th floor for suite guests. Both rooftop pools offer a breathtaking views of Bangkok, but if you want a sweeping 360-degree view, it’s best to book a suite instead of a regular room. You can also take a dip in their rooftop Jacuzzis and relax in their comfy cabanas while enjoying a drink or two at their world-famous bars and restaurants. Their pool is also open 24/7 so you can enjoy it as much as you can. But remember, only guests can use it so book, book, book away. Number 7: The Silo Hotel – Cape Town, South Africa The Silo Hotel is a relatively new hotel, but it is already considered as an architectural gem of the people in Cape Town. This is probably because you can enjoy the wonders of South Africa’s Mother City at this hotel’s rooftop pool. Witness a breathtaking view of the city, the ocean, the harbor, and the mountains. Found on the 11th floor of the hotel, this infinity pool is a symbol of luxury and art, combined. And once again, you must book a room to enjoy this facility. Number 6: Fasano Rooftop Pool Lounge – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Azul and crystal-clear waters – that’s what you’ll get to see at Fasano’s Rooftop Pool Lounge, one of the most well-known pools in South America. Here, you’ll feel like you went on a tour around Rio because of the prominent appearance of famous landmarks such as Ipanema Beach and Two Brothers mountain peaks. They also offer world-class drinks and food. The catch? It is only available for hotel guests, so always, always book a stay in advance. And to find out more about this vibrant city, we recommend you check out our video of 15 things you didn’t know about Rio de Janeiro by clicking in the upper right-hand corner. Number 5: Athens Ledra Hotel – Athens, Greece An unforgettable panoramic view of the Acropolis is a given at Athens Ledra Hotel’s rooftop pool. It boasts of towering glass windows and lovely bars that will only serve you the best signature cocktails and wines. Here’s some insider info: Go for a night swim here and you’ll surely fall in love with the lights and sparkle of Greece. We swear you won’t regret it! Number 4: InterContinental Hong Kong — Hong Kong, China Inspired by its roots, Intercontinental Hong Kong’s infinity pools offer an “Asian-inspired vibe.” It has a total of 3 pools with controllable water temperatures — hot, warm, and cold, so you’ll only get the most comfortable swimming experience. Its restaurants also offer the best of Asia – with native Chinese and Japanese dishes. It is truly a must visit rooftop pool if you want to try the best Asia has to offer. Number 3: Grand Hotel Central – Barcelona, Spain If you’re a fan of classic beauty, the old world look of the Grand Hotel Central’s rooftop pool will be perfect for you. Here, you can see some of the city’s notable landmarks up close while enjoying a nice cold cocktail or wine at the pool’s adjacent bar, which is aptly named Sky Bar. Another tip, wait for midnight if you’re not willing to book a room here. The facilities are open to all after this time. Number 2: Hilton Molino Stucky – Venice, Italy Who says sitting in a gondola is the only noteworthy thing to do in Venice anyway? You can also swim 115 feet above sea level in the Hilton Molino Stucky’s rooftop pool! Here, you can get the absolute satisfaction of floating above Venice’s skyline while trying the best drinks the city has to offer. Now are you still thinking about that gondola? Number 1: Marina Bay Sands – Singapore Now we’ve made it to the top of our list with the best rooftop pool the whole world has to offer – Marina Bay Sands! This Singapore spot is considered the most beautiful rooftop pool because of its world-class equipment, facilities, and service. Can you believe that it is 650 feet above the ground and is large enough to fit not one, but three football fields? Some guests even say that it is like swimming on top of the world. And not only that, it also boasts of a large observation deck and high-end restaurants and bars. No wonder it’s considered the best! So, there you have it Aluxers, the 15 most stunning rooftop pools in the world. Are you ready to get started on this unique swimming escapade? We sure hope so! Pick one and book your stay now and experience the swimming trip of a lifetime. Now Aluxers, as we wrap up this list we have a question for you; Which rooftop pool captured your fancy? Let us know in the comments. And of course for sticking with us until the end, here’s your bonus; Swimming pools go all the way back to 2500 BCE. It was discovered from ancient scripts and drawings that people did in fact have pools during the ancient times. And the first heated swimming pool was built by a rich Roman lord named Gaius Maecenas in the first century BC. Thanks you for spending some time with us Aluxers! Make sure to like and subscribe so you never miss another video. We also handpicked these videos which we recommend you watch next. You can talk to us on all social medias or ask a question on our website, Thank you for being an aluxer and we’ll see you back tomorrow.