Top 10 Santorini Hotels With Infinity Pools
What’s better than swimming in a glistening infinity-edged pool? Swimming in a glistening infinity pool set high on Santorini’s famed Caldera and overlooking that ridiculously beautiful view, of course. Well, the jewels below are among the island’s most spectacular, and from any angle you look at them, these pools are the perfect mix of backdrop, colors and architectural detailing.
Lešić Dimitri Palace - Croatia
A strikingly renovated 18th-century bishop’s residence, the exquisite Lešić Dimitri Palace within the ancient walls of Korčula Old Town greets visitors to Dalmatia with 5 spacious, uniquely decorated residences, fresh seasonal cuisine, a luxurious Thai-style spa and a private yacht. Designed in a creative Marco Polo theme, each of the hotel’s beautiful suites pays tribute to one of the destinations visited by the famous Italian traveler, from Venice to China, India and Arabia. No two rooms are alike, each boasting its own character and décor. Expect up-to-date technology features, Asian grandeur, intricate detailing and plenty of opulent touches such as marble, lavish bathtubs or private terraces.
The House Hotel Nisantasi - Istanbul, Turkey
Located in the heart of Istanbul’s fashion and business district, The House Hotel Nisantasi impresses with its excellent service and stunning interiors impeccably decorated by award-winning Turkish design firm Autoban. Awash in soothing beiges and browns, the hotel’s spacious suites boast lavish white marble bathrooms, gorgeous Bosphorus views, as well as sleek, bespoke wood furnishings and lighting fixtures. Delicious Turkish and French dishes are served daily in the exquisitely designed Library Lounge Bar.
Villa Pearl - St Tropez, France
Set in its own 4000 square meter estate, in a quiet area on the edge of Saint-Tropez, Villa Pearl is a luxurious 5 bedroom property with beautifully crafted interiors and a glorious pool area. The immaculate décor throughout is a gentle mix of modern and stylized vintage furnishings, with classic French doors and white-color-based rooms with neutral accents. Charming common areas include an elegant living room with fireplace and plush sofas, a fully-equipped kitchen and a TV lounge.
Trump Residences - Toronto, Canada
Housed in the striking Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto, Trump Residences offer the ultimate in luxury lifestyle, including a spectacular rooftop spa, a fabulous restaurant, state-of-the-art business facilities and upscale accommodation in 118 utterly exclusive residential condominiums. All residences come with ultra-stylish designs, dramatic city views, and exceptional amenities such as sleek designer kitchens and glamorous bathrooms with stand-alone tubs. Additionally, a chauffeured S-Class Mercedes-Benz is available to shuttle guests around Toronto.
Boheme - Mykonos, Greece
As charming and cosmopolitan as the island where it resides, Boheme Mykonos is a hip boutique hotel with 20 artfully designed suites, a trendy, open air Mediterranean restaurant, and an exquisite pool area with bar and fabulous sunset views. Complementing the building’s white & crisp Cycladic architecture, the bright, tastefully decorated rooms, with their funky Acapulco chairs, retro lighting and bold color accents, radiate character and bohemian luxury. Dazzling sea views and modern technology features such as LCD TV and iPod dock stations come as standard in all units, and some of them even feature soothing outdoor Jacuzzis and sprawling terraces furnished with plush sun loungers.
L’Auberge de Sedona - AZ, USA
Nestled in Sedona’s Red Rock Country, on the edge of Oak Creek, L’Auberge de Sedona welcomes its guests in idyllic private cottages and spa suites with rustic-style décor and breathtaking creek views. Dining is a magical affair with creative French-inspired cuisine served in a gorgeous natural setting along the creek, and the spa is a decadent haven of peace and relaxation. Some of the resort’s superbly appointed accommodation units come with cedar outdoor showers and romantic wood-burning fireplaces, or picture windows and terraces overlooking the red rocks of Arizona.