16 Infinity Pool Views You Need to See to Believe

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Infinity pools receive their name from the visual effect of water extending to the horizon. Or more metaphorically, it describes the subconscious vanishing from reality, a symptom of prolonged gazing at the ethereal views.

Whether they’re man-made or naturally formed, here’s our selection of the most sensational infinity pool views.

1. Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti (Tanzania)

The backdrop: Elephant watering hole.

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2. The Cambrian Hotel Adelboden (Switzerland)

The backdrop: Snow-capped Swiss Alps.

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3. Marina Bay Sands Resort (Singapore)

The backdrop: Singapore city skyline (best seen with a Singapore Sling in hand).

4. Villa Mahal (Turkey)

The backdrop: Lycian Coast and Mediterranean Sea.

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5. Belmond Hotel Caruso (Italy)

The backdrop: The Amalfi Coast.

6. The Devil’s Pool (Zambia)

The backdrop: Victoria Falls.

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7. Samanvaya Boutique Resort and Spa (Bali)

The backdrop: Balinese rice fields.

8. Katikies Hotel (Greece)

The backdrop: Santorini sunsets and the Caldera.

9. Jade Mountain (St. Lucia)

The backdrop: The Pitons and the Caribbean Sea.

10. Singita Faru Faru Lodge (Tanzania)

The backdrop: African sunsets and grasslands.

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11. Thompson Toronto

The backdrop: Downtown Toronto skyline featuring the CN Tower.

12. Pamukkale Thermal Pools (Turkey)

The backdrop: White travertine terraces and the village of Pamukkale.

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13. Wildflower Hall (India)

The backdrop: Himalayan Mountains.

14. Villa Honegg (Switzerland)

The backdrop: The Swiss Alps above the clouds.

15. Matakauri Lodge (New Zealand)

The backdrop: Lake Wakatipu and Cecil Peak.

16. Munduk Moding Plantation (Bali)

The backdrop: Balinese coffee plantation in the Munduk hills.

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