Ever wanted to see a pool big enough to sail a yacht in? How about one with an artificial volcano? These pools we’re about to show you offer the pinnacle in luxury and status. Let’s take a look.

world's largest crystalline lagoon

Citystars Sharm El Sheikh – $5.5 billion

This swimming pool under construction in Egypt will open in 2020. It covers an area of 21 acres! Built by Crystal Lagoons, it will be filled with seawater. This pool is so big that you can sail a yacht in it.

Hearst Castle

Hearst Castle, San Simeon California – $10 million

The owner of this swimming pool was William Randolph Hearst. In the castle, there are two swimming pools: the Roman indoor pool and this outdoor Neptune Pool. Synesthesia Swimming Pools constructed the pool in the early 1900s. The price would be enormous in today’s figures.

Nemo 33

Nemo 33, Brussels, Belgium – $3 million

If you want to see the best scuba diving swimming pool, this is the one you should check out. Constructed in Brussels, the depth of Nemo 33 is 133 feet. The quantity of water in the pool is 2,787,878 million liters. The water is non-chlorinated and the temperature is always 86 degrees Fahrenheit.

Kitchukov family pool

Kitchukov Family Pool Arizona – $1 million

This is one of the most luxurious swimming pool in the U.S. The construction took around six months. Around this pool, you can see beautiful gardens and a water slide that measures 15 feet. The swimming pool features screen logic control that can be used to manage the temperature, lighting, and jets of the swimming pool.

Sarojin Resort

Sarojin Resort, Phuket, Thailand – $1 million

This swimming pool is one of the most expensive swimming pools you can find in a hotel in the world. In 2004, this pool was open for the public. However, after the tsunami of 2005, the pool underwent major renovation. This swimming pool area is 269 square meters and offers stunning views.

 

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