We love seeing jaw-dropping pools. Having been in business for more than 30 years, we’re experts in pool design and installation. We had a great time seeing some of these crazy swimming pools and thought it would be nice to share them with you, too. You may get some inspiration for your own backyard!
Hanging Gardens of Bali
This paradise provides an amazing viewpoint over Bali’s jungles and valleys. When you’re in this pool, you’ll feel like you’re floating just above the forest canopies. Relish the serene sounds of nature while enjoying a poolside drink.
Hanging Pool at the Joule Hotel, Dallas
This is a swimming pool is for the brave. Located in Dallas, it extends out over the edge of the hotel…from the 10th floor! Not only can you look at the people below, but they can also look up at you. So, you know, be prepared for that.
This is the deepest indoor pool in the world and a favorite spot for divers. Nemo 33 allows anyone to get a feel for what it’s like to be a deep sea diver. It has a depth of more than 100 feet! The pool has spring water that has a well-controlled temperature so you don’t need a diving suit. When you swim in, you descend into what feels like a deep black hole, and then are often led into a hazy underwater tunnel.
Shaw House, Vancouver
The Shaw House is a 3,000 square foot beauty that has a music room, study room, and bedroom. On the roof, along the house’s west side, there is a lap pool. And as you can see, the pool functions as the ceiling of the house, which filters the sun’s rays into the house. Amazing!
The Blood-Red Pool — The Library, Koh Samui, Thailand
Don’t be discouraged. It’s a trick! The creepy look of this resort’s blood-red pool comes from a mixture of orange, yellow, and red tiles. The size of this pool isn’t that impressive, but what an interesting view!
The pool at San Alfonso Del Mar
This is the world’s largest outdoor pool. It has a depth of more than 11 feet and a length of almost 3,200 feet! This pool is set along the Chilean coastline and gets water from the sea. It has its own system that filters and controls the seawater. Swimmers can enjoy the pool’s small canoes and sailboats to navigate from one side to the other.