Hongkong is home to a number of swimming pools. These are the perfect places to cool down or unwind. Some of the best are located in top hotels and offer spectacular views over Victoria Harbour, while others are simply a place to hang out for a day.
Ritz-Carlton Pool – On the 118th Floor of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong
With its floor-to-ceiling windows and LCD screens showing images of tropical fishes, bubbles, clouds and beach scenes, this is one of the most luxurious swimming pools in Hong Kong. It also has a jacuzzi that’s popular with locals for its calming effects.
Cordis Hotel Rooftop Pool – With its 20-metre heated pool, the Cordis Hotel is one of the city’s most popular spots for sunbathing and relaxing. It has amazing views over Hong Kong and is a great place to enjoy a cocktail after swimming or just relax and enjoy the view.
Rosewood’s Asaya Pool – Set on the 6th floor of Rosewood’s wellness concept, this 25-metre-long infinity pool is nothing short of spectacular. It offers one-of-a-kind views over Victoria Harbour that are impossible to beat!
Asaya is a great spot to work out (the gym is open to all members) or just relax and unwind. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
Ma On Shan Pool – With four huge waterslides, mushroom-shaped fountains and a kid’s water playground, this is a fun spot to take the kids for a swim or just chill with them. The outdoor pool area also has a whirlpool to help ease the muscles after a dip.
Gold Coast Hotel Pool – Kickback with the kids at Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, which has palm-fringed swimming pools and a kids’ water park next to its Castle Peak Bay marina. The pool deck has a bar where you can grab a drink and sit back to admire the views of Castle Peak Bay.
Kwun Tong Pool – There’s an indoor main pool and two teaching pools, as well as a second outdoor pool at Kwun Tong. You can also find a spa and sauna here.
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Whether you’re looking for a luxurious, rooftop pool with stunning views over the city or a public pool where you can get your daily dose of Vitamin D, you’ll find what you’re after in Hong Kong.
Eaton HK Pool – The Moroccan-inspired pool at this hotel is something to behold, with its tall baby blue columns and pink flamingos overlooking a stretch of heated water. It’s a great spot to hang out on a sunny afternoon or during a weekend pool party.
Kerry Hotel Pool – The infinity pool at this quarantine hotel is the ideal place to relax during the summer months. It is usually reserved for guests but on weekends it opens up to the public. It has a whirlpool, deckchairs and drinks on tap so you can relax in style.