Soak up the sights (Picture: Address Beach Resort)
If you struggle with heights, brace yourself.
A new infinity pool in Dubai certainly isn’t for anyone with vertigo, coming in at 965ft high.
Found on the 77th floor of the Address Beach Resort, the outdoor rooftop pool is 75m long and boasts incredible views of the city.
Thrillseekers brave enough to take a dip can also enjoy sights such as Palm Jumeirah, The World Islands and the Burj Al Arab from the pool.
If the impressive views weren’t enough, there’s also a wet sun bed area and a sunken pod water feature to enjoy.
The hotel opened its doors in December but the sky-high aquatic feature has already been awarded a Guinness World Record for the ‘highest outdoor infinity pool in a building.’
Breathtaking (Picture: Address Beach Resort)
Imagine relaxing here (Picture: Alex Jeffries)
Sadly, the pool is only accessible for guests staying at the hotel, but visitors can enjoy the cityscape from the Zeta Seventy Seven restaurant that sits next to it, which is open to everyone and serves Asian dishes.
The restaurant’s alfresco area consists of an open-air terrace and 12 private air-conditioned cabanas – so there are plenty of spots to soak up the panoramic landscape.
You can’t ask for a better view (Picture: Address Beach Resort)
Are you brave enough? (Picture: Address Beach Resort)
Anyone looking to stay in the hotel itself can choose from 217 rooms and suites, 443 serviced apartments and 478 residential apartments.
The restaurant boasts similar sights (Picture: Alex Jefferies)
You can see the skyline from the rooms too (Picture: Alex Jeffries)
A trip to Dubai may not be an option at the moment, but we’re pretty certain we’ll be seeing this majestic pool on our Instagram feeds as soon as travel opens up again.
If you’re looking for more things to add you to your post-pandemic travel bucket list, be sure to check out the fascinating museums set to open their doors around the world in 2021 and the tourist spots in England inspired by classic novels.
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