Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco, Montalcino, Tuscany: Now this is how you do Tuscany. The hilltop village of Montalcino in the Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to the Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco, a hotel on an 800-year-old estate. Epic Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel, Miami: If you’re looking to visit Miami but you want to stay off of South Beach, head downtown to Kimpton’s Epic Hotel. It has not one, but two rooftop pools — with a bar, of course — that offer you vistas of the city’s ever-changing skyline. Lindos Memories, Lindos, Greece: Guests can take in the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea from the poolside bar at Lindos Memories on the Greek island of Rhodes. After a refreshing cocktail, you might have a hard time choosing where to relax — the private beach or the infinity pool. Liberty Central Saigon Citypoint Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City: Like many other rooftop bars, the one at the Liberty Central Saigon Citypoint Hotel is a real hot spot with a great view. While you can relax at the pool by day, professional DJs turn up the volume at night. Belmond Hotel Caruso, Ravello, Italy: The Amalfi Coast is without a doubt one of the more eye-catching destinations in the world, so it’s not surprising that one of its hotels would have a gorgeous view from its poolside bar. At the Belmond Hotel Caruso, which is housed in an 11th-century villa, guests can gaze over the Tyrrhenian Sea with a drink in hand. Llao Llao Hotel & Resort, Golf-Spa, San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina: Snow-capped mountains and a serene lake provide the perfect backdrop to an extraordinary infinity pool at the Llao Llao Hotel & Resort in western Argentina. Omni Cancun Hotel & Villas, Cancun, Mexico: Though it’s a family-friendly hotel, Omni Cancun Hotel & Villas has a real treat for the adults. It takes the swim-up bar to the next level — by making it a hot tub swim-up bar. Kuku’s Jacuzzi Beach Bar looks right out onto the sea. Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia: It doesn’t get more picturesque than the mountainous St. Lucia. At the Jade Mountain Resort, each suite has its own infinity pool, but there’s also one right in the middle of the Jade Mountain Club restaurant. Hotel Punta Islita, Playa Samara, Costa Rica: In need of a remote getaway? This is it. Located in the isolated Guanacaste region of Costa Rica, Hotel Punta Islita is two-and-a-half hours from the international airport in Liberia and nearly four from the one in San Jose. Grand Hotel Central, Barcelona: The swanky Skybar atop the Grand Hotel Central is one of Barcelona’s most popular spots (of those not designed by Gaudí). The rooftop infinity pool is a nice spot for a dip in the afternoon, and the bar starts to buzz in the evening. Acuatico Beach Resort & Hotel, San Juan, Luzon: There’s a good reason there are so many infinity pools on this list — why build one if the view beyond isn’t spectacular? This holds true at the Acuatico Beach Resort & Hotel in San Juan, where the seats at the bar have great views of the horizon.