7 Wildly Unique Pools We Want To Swim In

One of the most exciting elements of our project is our Aqua66 infinity pool. The pool, which will be on our 66th floor facing south and overlooking the city, will be one of the most unique views of Toronto you’ll ever experience. It’s one of the tallest infinity pools in the western hemisphere. The pool itself is 60 feet long but is part of a 4,415 square foot facility that will have lots of space for rest and relaxation too. Inspiration for Aqua66 came from some amazing pools found around the world like The Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and The Ritz Carleton in Shanghai, which played a big part in shaping our goal to redefine condo living with a unique experience like this.

Of course, swimming pools come in all types, shapes, and sizes, so we thought we’d look for some cool pools to tide us over until our own is built. These were some of our favourites.

The Marina Bay Sands – Marina Bay, Singapore

SkyparkPhoto via Craig Stanfill on Flickr

San Alfonso del Mar Resort – Algarrobo, Chile

Proyecto_San_Alfonso_del_MarThis is the world’s largest pool!
Photo via WikiCommons

The Library Pool – Koh Samui, Thailand

Red Pool
This pool gets its red colour from the tiles they used to build it.
Photo via thelibrary.co.th

The Blue Lagoon – Grindavik, Iceland

6571266721_fecced1e6b_bPhoto via McKay Savage on Flickr

The Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle – California, USA

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Photo via Justin Vidamo on Flickr

Guitar Pool – Tennessee, USA

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Photo via Ron Cogswell on Flickr

Seagaia Ocean Dome – Miyazaki, Japan

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This is the largest indoor pool in the world!
Photo via Megapixie

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