Swimming is an engaging, healthy activity for the whole family that promotes flexibility, coordination and balance. Unfortunately, not everyone can access public or private pools – luckily Hongkong hotels have taken notice and now provide their guests with top-of-the-line facilities where they can relax in the water while sipping drinks from a bottle!
No matter your swimming ability or style, our hotel pools have something for you! Ranging from rooftop pools and sprawling terraces with multiple dining options – take a plunge and start making waves this summer!
Hongkong pools offer some of the finest places for families and individuals alike to relax and have fun together, from water play areas for toddlers to high-speed waterslides – these swimming holes will certainly brighten up your day!
Regent Hong Kong boasts one of the city’s most impressive pools, boasting an infinity edge pool that overlooks Victoria Harbour and Kowloon as well as a 20-meter lap pool for swimmers.
Apart from offering an impressive variety of swimming pools, this hotel also provides delicious cuisine and relaxing spa services – perfect if you need some rest and rejuvenation during your visit to Hong Kong!
Attracting visitors with its incredible views of Victoria Park and skyline, this pool should not be missed while in the area. Notably, one of its few indoor heated pools serves as an invaluable training venue for local athletes.
At this destination public pool, there’s much to love – including four giant slides (one being the fastest slide in the country!) and iconic mushroom and tree-shaped fountains. Additionally, this facility houses toddler pools, round stepping pools, teaching, leisure and Olympic-sized pools – there is truly something here for everyone!
This rooftop pool at this luxury hotel is one of the most stunning in all of Chicago, boasting spectacular city views as well as a spacious deck complete with lounge chairs and tables for sunbathing. Additionally, an underwater speaker system lets swimmers listen to music while swimming!
Even during the Covid-19 pandemic, many of the city’s pools remain open for business. Reopening of pools has been delayed due to staff shortages caused by strike action affecting some pools’ operations and use of certain facilities while beginners must wait until after it passes before beginning lessons again. The union noted this was inevitabily true.