9 Amazing Glass Bottom Pools

Residence One is part of the exclusive Zil Pasyon resort on the private island of Felicite in the Seychelles. A maximum of 17 villas will be located on a hilltop with panoramic views of the Indian Ocean. Residence The resort is designed by Studio RHE in a step format with the social zone and bedrooms on the main level and the master suite occupying the entire 2nd level. The suite features its own glass bottomed pool which doubles as a watery skylight to the social zone below.

Concord Pacific's One Pacific project is nearing completion on the edge of Yaletown, next to the upcoming Parq Vancouver casino and BC Place.

The 21 store, 435 suite development was designed by IBI Architects and features what the developer calls a “Riviera deck” with a glass bottom pool and cabanas. Outside, there's a hot tub and fireside lounge, dining hall, kitchen and “sky garden” on the top of the tower, as well as a planned cafe, Asian restaurant and athletic club.

Italian architecture firm NOA has recently completed this eye-catching glass-bottomed pool for Hotel Hubertus, a holiday resort for skiers and hikers in the Italian province of South Tyrol. The dramatic 25 meter pool is part of a new extension of the hotel, located at the foot of Kronplatz mountain with impressive views of the surrounding Dolomites.

The pool, functioning as a connector between old and new, underlines the essence of this comprehensive renovation project.
The position of the pool, which floats 12 meters above the ground, at its extreme edge, gives swimmers the feeling of floating. This impression is further reinforced by the glass front and a glazed window on the bottom of the pool.

With 2 swimming pools, one of which has a glass bottom and floats above the other, the concrete, wood and glass Wall House in Portugal is a bit of paradise perched on a golf course.

Anchored by a large patio that opens to the outdoors, the home's pools run perpendicular to each other. The above pool has a glass bottom from which you can see the lower pool.

Market Square Tower, a new luxury apartment complex in Houston, Texas, has a rooftop pool with a glass bottom and extends out over the building. Swimmers can look down and watch the city below as they wade in the water. The Sky Pool juts out from the 42nd floor of the new real estate development and is 500 feet above the street.

The Hotel Indigo in Hong Kong features a swimming pool which is partially extended outward, cantilevering from the building in a way similar to a balcony. At the top of the building, the views are exquisite, especially when enjoyed from this one-of-a-kind watering hole.

Fifty meters in length, this swimmable bridge between two condo towers in Singapore is part of the 574-apartment, 38-story-tall Sky Habitat. The mixed-use building is designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie and features not only a huge pool at ground level, but two more garden bridges.

Are you afraid of heights? If the answer is yes, then you probably shouldn't read past this line. Montreal actually has an indoor glass bottom pool! So if you've always dreamed of taking a leisurely swim while a bunch of strangers stare at you from below, then your wish is about to come true.

If you drive up to the entrance of the Westin Hotel in the Old Port of Montreal and look up, you'll notice 8 blue tiles. Only those aren't tiles, that's actually the bottom of the pool. Hopefully you aren't bashful, otherwise you might want to stick to the hot tub.

Imagine swimming in a world-class pool with a glass bottom, 200 feet above Vancouver's landscape. This concept is soon to be a reality as part of Concord Pacific's upcoming development, the ARC, situated in the False Creek central neighborhood. According to the Concord Pacific's Senior Vice President, Peter Webb, the pool was designed to give residents an incredible experience and Vancouverites a memorable spectacle.

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