Amangani (Jackson, Wyoming)
At the edge of a hill 7000 feet in Jackson Hole, Outdoor pool 115 feet Amangani offers unparalleled views of the Grand Tetons and the Snake River continuación.Se heated all year and linked to a swirl of 113 square meters, so you can enjoy the snow capped mountains, even in midwinter.
Amangiri (Canyon Point, Utah)
Designed to integrate into the surrounding desert landscape, this section of Utah resort embraces its environment with a pool carved some 80 feet high natural stone cliff is over 165 million años.Rodeado oversized loungers and parasols, a insane pool overlooks Monument Grand Staircase-Escalante National day and the pool under a sky full of stars at night.
Enchantment Resort (Sedona, Arizona)
Four Seasons Resort Hualalai (Big Island, Hawaii)
Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, the Kona-Kohala Coast resort has seven pools. These include King’s Pond, a gallon “aquarium” sculpted 1.8 million 200-year-old natural lava rock.Guests can snorkel and swim with more than 75 species of tropical fish, such as natural springs and the ocean water fills the pond through underground channels.
Glenwood Hot Springs (Glenwood Springs, Colorado)
Guests of this lodge Colorado Rockies relax in hot springs pool world’s largest, where 3.5 million gallons of near springs Yampah water flow in one of the two pools of bubbling mineral water daily. The temperature in the smaller therapy pool is a vapor 104 F. The larger pool, which measures more than two city blocks, is kept in a soft 93 F.
Golden Nugget (Las Vegas)
Only in Vegas would you find a 200,000-gallon, shark-filled aquarium in the middle of a swimming pool. At the Golden Nugget’s $30 million water complex, guests can swim seemingly side-by-side with more than a dozen sharks (including sand tiger, brown, black tip, nurse and zebra varieties). Brave swimmers can get even closer to the man-eaters by slipping down the Shark Chute, a three-story waterslide that shoots you straight through the tank.
Grand Wailea (Maui)
With nearly 26,000 square feet of water fun, guests can float along a river about nine interconnected pools (complete with whitewater rapids and lazy streams), shoot all four slides, rope swing in a pool , swim through waterfalls and cold in one of the three hot tubs. The best part is the first water elevator in the world, which is built on a volcano.
Grove Park Inn (Asheville, North Carolina)
This legendary resort Spa is inspired by the stunning mountain setting, with an underground grotto 10 mineral-based groups, chlorine cavernous framed by rocky walls, arches and tunnels. Guests can enjoy thundering waterfalls, pools of hot and cold water and mineral pool and back, complete with 6,500 fiber optic stars embedded in the ceiling above and below the water below the music.
The Joule (Dallas)
Pushing edge design to literal, this historic 1927 hotel has a very modern: a rooftop infinity pool wall protruding window eight feet from the outside of the building. You can swim in the deep end and enjoy views of downtown Dallas, 10 floors below.
Keswick Hall at Monticello (Charlottesville, Virginia)
In a private estate of 600 acres in Virginia’s wine country, 25-meter infinity pool Keswick Horizon impresses with a fascinating reflection of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountain foothills. Heated all year round and with underwater music, this pool is for adults only.