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The Best Hotel Infinity Pools

The Best Hotel Infinity Pools

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Grace Hotel

Santorini, Greece

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The Greek isle of Santorini is synonymous with stunning sunsets, and with views across the caldera this boutique hotel’s serpentine pool is possibly the best place to enjoy them. The largest of its kind on the island, it’s a magnet for canoodling couples.

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Belmond Hotel Caruso

Amalfi Coast, Italy

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Sitting at the highest point in Ravello, the pool sprawls over the cliff edge 350m above the Bay of Salerno. Settle in for the day knowing that the hotel’s white-blazered staff are on hand to deliver fresh fruit platters, Evian vaporisers and an iPod preloaded with your choice of tunes.

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Eagles Nest

Bay of Islands, New Zealand

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Four of the five luxurious villas at this hilltop retreat come with private pools, but Rahimoana’s 25m strip of infinity is in a league of its own. It overlooks its own private beach and the otherworldly cruising grounds of the Bay of Islands: eagle-eyed residents will be able to spot dolphins and orcas in the bay below from its heated waters.

Image courtesy of Duncan Innes.

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