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From guiness world record buildings to award winning infrastructure to out of the blue infinity pools, dubai have wrap it all to their people and to those who wanted to experience it. Every street is intagramable and worth every click of your cameras.
In Dubai, we love nothing better than a luxery pool day at a top of hotel, and there are so many to choose from across the city. But if it’s your instagram game you’re looking to top up as well as your tan, We have rounded up a selection of incredible rooftop pools in Dubai that are sure to tick every box.
This world-record breaking pool got everyone talking when it opened just a couple of months ago. The chic spot is only reserved for hotel guests, but you can admire the view from the top if you book a table in the restaurant.
Sal, Burj Al Arab
When it comes to experiencing poolside life in the most luxurious fashion, the Burj Al Arab Terrace has to be one of the best in the world. A huge infinity pool juts out into the ocean surrounded on one side by plush day beds, and over the bridge you’ll find another pool. The Sal beach club and restaurant brings chic Riviera vibes, with French-Mediterranean dining and all-day access to the pool and beach.
Cé La Vi, Address Sky View
Slung between the two towers of the Address sky view downtown dubai, this incredible infinity pool promises some of the city’s best vistas. You can kick back with drinks, snacks or shisha on the Pool Deck, or settle in for a modern Asian meal in Cé La Vi restaurant.
Mandarin Oriental Jumiera, Dubai boasts a gorgeous infinity pool at their sixth floor restaurant, Tasca. Previously only open to hotel guests, you can pay a visit to this adults-only haunt from Tuesday to Sunday, with an Infinity Pass. At Dhs1,000 it’s not cheap, but it does include a full day of indulgence, including a welcome drink and fruit platter, three-course meal from José Avillez, Portuguese drinks, wines and mocktails, and a sunset cocktail.
Soak up the chic Mediterranean vibes and jaw-dropping Dubai skyline views from Paros, the lofty rooftop pool, bar and eatery on the 46th floor of the Taj Jumeirah Lake Towers. Settle in for sunsets sips and a tasty Greek menu.
Five Palm Jumeirah is firmly cemented as the city’s go-to party hotel, and few who’ve frequented it haven’t partied at The Penthouse. Perched atop the 16th floor, it boasts two glass-walled swimming pools and both Jumeirah and Dubai Marina facing seating options, perfect for catching the sun by day or sunset by night. While it’s got a more chilled-out vibe through the day, the party quickly picks up by night with regular international DJs headlining on Thursday nights.
Wane by SoMiya
Located on the 4th floor of the Address Dubai Marina, this new pool, club and lounge concept has taken over the spot formerly occupied by Shades. Wane by somiya expands over a large terrace overlooking the Marina, with a huge infinity pool, loungers and cabanas.
At the InterContinental Dubai Festival City, you can dive on into the spectacular glass-sided pool that juts out from the side of the building
Perched atop boutique hotel La Ville, in City Walk, this infinity pool overlooks the Burj Khalifa and Jumeirah surrounds. While it may be small, it makes for a peaceful paddle or some quiet relaxation on the handful of loungers that are scattered around. Be sure to stick around for sundowners at poolside bar Look Up.
Sofitel Dubai Downtown
This urban pool area sits on the rooftop of Sofitel Dubai Downtown. The infinity pool has some great views out across Downtown Dubai, and stretches across the length of the rooftop terrace.
These are just the few lists of what dubai has to offer and there are alot more to reveal.
As they aspire to be the number one world class country around the world they also make sure that they have provide the best of best to their people.Dubai may be a small part of the map but alot more to offer when it comes to luxury and adventure.