Hong Kong Pools
With an abundance of swanky hotels, stunning scenery and buzzing nightlife, it’s no surprise that Hong Kong is home to some of the world’s most beautiful pools. Whether you’re looking to cool down with a refreshing cocktail or take in some breathtaking cityscape views, there’s a pool out there to suit every traveler.
This luxurious rooftop pool is located on the 76th floor of the W Hotel, giving it the ultimate view of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline and Victoria Harbour. Stylishly designed with an infinity edge, this pool is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail and take a summer selfie. For wellness-driven travelers, they also offer daily yoga and tai chi classes that can be enjoyed by the water.
The glimmering blue tiles of this upscale rooftop pool ooze luxury, offering guests a relaxing oasis in the middle of the bustling city. Guests can sip cocktails and snack on burgers or nachos at the on-site bar while taking in some of the most spectacular views of Hong Kong. For those who want to make the most of their time here, they have a range of packages available including an annual wellness membership for HK$65,000 that gives you full access to the pool and fitness centre, plus spa credit and complimentary wellness consultations.
Guests can expect to soak up some serious sunshine on the outdoor terrace of this trendy hotel pool, which is a great spot for a post-work dip. The large infinity pool is surrounded by comfortable lounge chairs and the calming white interiors are an ideal place to unwind after a long day of sightseeing. If you’re hungry, there are several restaurants and bars nearby that serve a variety of cuisines.
If you’re craving some Romanesque grandeur, head to The Peninsula’s palatial indoor pool for some rest and relaxation. Featuring uninterrupted views of the iconic Hong Kong skyline, this pool is adorned with wide marble columns, coffered ceilings and cornices that create a truly regal atmosphere for swimmers.
As the hottest summer on record approaches, leisure authorities have warned that full reopening of public beaches and pools is unlikely this year due to a shortage of lifeguards. As of Monday, only 40 percent of seasonal lifeguards have reported to duty. In an attempt to address the issue, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department has introduced various measures including increasing the salary of seasonal lifeguards and recruiting lifeguards on two-year contracts.
One of the most popular Hong Kong pools, the Hamer Hill Road pool is a hit with kids and their parents. This pool is packed with fountains, water slides and other fun activities that the whole family can enjoy. There’s even a pirate ship with water cannons that’s sure to give the little ones a thrill. With a variety of packages available, you can be sure to find one that fits your budget and itinerary.