7 Stunning Infinity Pools in India Worth Visiting In your Life Time

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Some are perched heart-stoppingly high on a cliff while some are draped into the surrounding ocean. These Infinity pools in India are the sparkling, turquoise gems of many hotels and resorts set against some of the most spectacular and dramatic views.

All these infinity pools at hotels across India combine picturesque views with ultimate relaxation and will offer you an unforgettable swimming experience.

1. Leela Kovalam, Kerala

The breathtaking landscape only intensifies the beauty here.

Find out more here: Leela Kovalam

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Credits: theleela

2. Wildflower, Shimla

Have a bite by the infinity pool.

Find out more here: Wildflower, Shimla

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Credits: Oberoihotels

3. Ananda in the Himalayas, Uttarakhand

This is what total relaxation looks like.

Find out more here: Ananda in the Himalayas

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Credits: Anandaspa

4. Alila Diwa, Goa

Sit on those floating lounge chairs all day.

Find out more here: Alila Diwa

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Credits: alilahotels

5. Vivanta by Taj - Malabar, Cochin

Unite with nature.

Find out more here: Vivanta by Taj

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Credits: vivantabytaj

6. Swissotel, Kolkata

Romantic dinner away from the city madness?

Find out more here: Swissotel

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Credits: Swissotel

7. The Leela, New Delhi.

Clean, simple, and sleek - just the way it should be.

Find out more here: The Leela, New Delhi

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The edges of these pools seem to just drop off into space, threatening to whisk swimmers off a cliff, into the sea or over the edge of a skyscraper. These scenic infinity pools will have you daydreaming and stay in the pool forever.

If you want to suggest other gorgeous infinity pools in India, let me know by commenting below. Want to check similar hotels and resorts? Stunning Hotels Around Delhi, Amazing Hotels Around Mumbai, Tree Houses in India

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Add to this list....kurumba at coonoor...wildernest at goa
Sat 09 30 17, 20:53 · Reply · Report
Panoramic Getaway, Munnar - has a small but heated infinity pool. Best place to watch the sun go down, while enjoying a splash in the pool
Tue 02 23 16, 17:11 · Reply · Report
1. I first time I ever saw an infinity pool was on my favorite show ‘Modern Family’. The entire family had gone to Hawaii and were celebrating one of the family member's birthday there. I wanted to gift my husband a similar vacation, but considering Hawaii is so expensive, I've not been able to plan anything. Thanks for this list, now I can pamper him with brilliant views and luxurious infinity pools in India.
Sun 01 10 16, 18:34 · Reply · Report
It depends on where exactly you are planning to visit. I have been to 4 pools mentioned in the list but let me tell you all infinity pools in India are breathtaking. If you live in North India, I suggest going to Wildflower Oberoi Hotel in Shimla. The view and the pool are magnificent. Its atop a mountain and very secluded giving you the privacy to cuddle up. If you live in south India, then again you have ample options in Kochi, Kerala, etc.
Sun 01 10 16, 08:07 · Reply · Report
This list mentioning the top infinity pools in India is missing one gem of a place, the Vineyards at Nashik. This place is truly one of its kind with delightful country feel and charm to it. You can enjoy a full day at the vineyard, make your own wine and then at night enjoy the exquisite wine at the infinity pool overseeing the gardens full of palm trees.
Sun 01 10 16, 05:35 · Reply · Report
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