Of all the things that make your stay at a hotel memorable, nothing beats a great pool. Imagine swimming in solitude or with your loved one in a well-heated pool overlooking a breathtaking view! The infinity pool at Hotel Hubertus located in Italy’s South Tyrol provides this and much more. For starters, the pool here is 25 meters (82 feet) long. It is located 40 ft above the ground held together by large tree trunks. (ALSO SEE 15 breathtaking photos of the greatest cities of Europe!)
The Sky Pool, as it is called, has no visible boundaries, only transparent glass that binds it. At 30° C, the extraordinary pool is the perfect place to relax as it blends harmoniously with the unique decor of Hubertus as well as it stunning surrounding. This elevated infinity pool also has a glass bottom which provides a stunning view of the ground. Now you can imagine why you would feel like you are flying in the sky when you are actually swimming in this pool!
Designed by architecture studio Noa, this gorgeous Sky Pool can only be accessed from the hotel’s roof terrace. The pool has been designed in such a way that it blends in well with the color of the spectacular background of the Dolmites. The anthracite sides of the structure go really well with the rest of the hotel as well as the enchanting landscape.
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This spectacular wellness novelty at the Hubertus makes it one of the best holiday spots, not just in Italy, but the whole world. It is ideal for luxury honeymooners who wish to spend some quality time in the lap of nature while enjoying the best amenities a hotel can provide.
Photographs: Hotel Hubertus
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