There’s a lot to love about Hong Kong–its shopping, dim sum and endless skyline–but one thing you’ll want to check out is its gorgeous hotel pools. From the world’s highest pool to a natural infinity pond on a mountaintop, here are some of the city’s best places to cool off!
Perched on the 118th floor of the Ritz-Carlton, this indoor infinity pool offers unrivalled views of Hong Kong’s skyline and Victoria Harbour. Plus, it has a rooftop whirlpool and luxurious spa with soothing massage treatments and facials to help you relax and feel refreshed.
Four Seasons, HK
Another of the city’s best rooftop pools is at the Four Seasons, which is located on Lantau Island. The pool is surrounded by lush greenery, making it the perfect spot for a morning swim or afternoon lounging. And, if you’re looking for some serious fitness, you can take advantage of the hotel’s 24/7 fitness center, complete with machines and weights.
Hotel ICON, Kowloon
The main selling point of this five-star hotel in Kowloon is its stunning rooftop pool. It has a great view of Hong Kong’s harbour and skyline, and is shaded enough to allow you to soak up some sun. The pool is heated and features a whirlpool as well as a bar for drinks, so you can enjoy a leisurely afternoon at this location.
W Hotel, HK
The rooftop wet pool at W Hong Kong is another of the city’s best-loved pools for its dazzling views. A popular summer destination, it boasts not only an incredible view of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline and Victoria Harbour–it also features a stylish mosaic wall that provides a picturesque backdrop for your next Instagram selfie!
The Wellness Pool at the Cordis Hotel is a great place to relax and have fun with your friends. It has a full-on audio system and fibre optic underwater lights that’ll make your swimming experience more entertaining.
Guests can also book staycation packages at the hotel that include access to the pool.
The outdoor infinity pool at Sheraton Tung Chung is the latest luxury addition to the Sheraton brand, and it’s one of the best spots for a morning swim or afternoon relaxation. The pool has a panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline and is just steps away from the hotel’s signature restaurant, Sunset Grill.
If you’re looking for a quieter retreat from the bustle of the city, the Asaya Pool at Rosewood Hong Kong is the perfect choice. This 25-metre pool has an amazing view of Victoria Harbour’s calming waters, and is perfect for a morning swim or afternoon tan. You can also enjoy a delicious buffet of snacks and drinks while lounging at the pool deck.
The pool at the Sheraton Kowloon Bay is one of the most beautiful in all of Hong Kong, and it’s a must-visit for anyone who loves swimming and relaxing in luxury. It’s a long and shallow pool that has plenty of lounge chairs to lay down and enjoy the scenery. And if you’re feeling peckish, you can order some of the delicious food from Rosewood’s restaurant, Asaya.