World’s Most Incredible Hotel Swimming Pools

Jade Mountain Resort

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The incredible thing about the swimming pool at this St. Lucia resort is that there isn’t just one. When a guest checks into this resort, they can feel safe knowing that they’re the only one stepping into the pool. They give each guest an infinity style swimming pool right inside their room. These pools all use gorgeous glass tiles made by hand and give breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. They also base the size of the pool on the size of the room, with the largest pools located in the more expensive rooms.

Mandalay Bay Hotel

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The swimming pool at this Las Vegas staple is so popular that locals have even started calling it the Mandalay Bay Beach. The hotel has a 4,100 square foot swimming pool complete with a beach made of real sand and a wave pool. The entire complex covers over 11 acres of this bright city and it’s common to see locals mingling with the guests. Additionally they have a partially nude beach and nightclub inside the complex, open only to adults.

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Best Honeymoon Spots

For many couples, planning the honeymoon is the most fun and exciting part of organising a wedding.

All notions of diplomatic seating plans and flower arrangements fall at the wayside, and barefoot desert island fantasies take over.

Original Travel’s honeymoons, be it a pampering mini-break or a far-flung exotic escape, will provide a welcome respite from wedding stresses and prove the most happy of starts to life as man and wife.

Here are just some of our favourite honeymoon destinations…

Seychelles

Seychelles

Dive enthusiasts, luxury connoisseurs, and beach bums alike will be more than content on a Seychelles honeymoon. A real romantic paradise, the islands each have gloriously white sand beaches and clear sea water with turtles swimming around pristine coral reefs.

Maldives

maldives

If you’re looking for the ultimate escape, pampering, and R&R honeymoon, then the Maldives are hard to beat! Set over thousands of small atolls, the beaches here have soft white sand and clear turquoise waters. Continue reading

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The Most Unusual Hotels in the World

Costa Verde, Quepos, Costa Rica

Costa Verde

To create a hotel that’s more like a scene from the TV show Lost, the Costa Verde team transported and refurbished a 1965 vintage Boeing 727 fuselage to create a fantastic two-bedroom suite on a coastal rainforest bluff. A favourite for weddings, honeymoons and romance, it’s set on a concrete plinth that juts up 15m into the jungle canopy, so looking out of the windows feels like flying. There’s a wooden cabin built around the aircraft, with furnishings in hand carved teak, and the rear bedroom has a handcrafted deck on the wing, from which guests can watch toucans, sloths and monkeys. The site has bungalows and a guesthouse too.
• From $250 a night, room only

Neemrana Fort Palace, Alwar, near Delhi, India

Neemrana

The once-proud Neemrana Fort Palace, built in 1464, fell into decay after India’s independence in 1947, but the ruins were acquired for restoration in 1986. In a stunning redevelopment, faithful to its rich cultural past, Neemrana Fort Palace, near Delhi, opened as one of India’s most beautiful heritage properties in 1991 and is a vast complex of seven palace wings built in 12 tiers up a hill, with hanging gardens, two pools and India’s first zipwires.
• Doubles from £54 a night, including breakfast

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The village of Eze – France

Eze village is located in the mountains near Nice on the road in Monaco, France.

It is a medieval city on a cliff and smashed on the top of an exotic garden.

Surprisingly, about a place they know not all Frenchmen.

But the power of experience and the beauty of panoramic views from this place, nothing compares!



The picturesque medieval village of Eze, has become a real jewel of the French Cote d’Azur. The village was founded in 600 BC, when a municipality is organized shepherds settlement. The main part of Eze, which exists to this day, was established in the tenth century. Each building is decorated with great attention to detail.
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