Hong Kong Pools

Hong Kong Pools

If you’re looking to cool off in style and beat the heat, a visit to one of Hong Kong’s rooftop pools is just the ticket. The city is awash with luxurious outdoor swimming spots, and many are also conveniently located in hotels.

A staycation at the Peninsula Hong Kong gives you a chance to take advantage of its opulent indoor pool with a stunning view of the city skyline. The secluded pool is built to replicate historic Roman baths with marble columns and statues surrounding you. And when you’re ready to get out of the water, the hotel’s in-house gym has a number of exercise classes and weight training equipment to keep your fitness level up.

For something a little more luxurious, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong’s 118th-floor infinity pool is the highest indoor pool in the world at 480 meters above sea level. As you glide around the pool, you’ll be surrounded by bottom-to-ceiling glass windows and a mirrored ceiling that creates a truly awe-inspiring illusion of Victoria Harbour and the entire island of Hong Kong.

And if you’re lucky, you might be able to spot a dolphin or two from the waters below! The luxury hotel’s rooftop infinity pool is usually reserved for guests, but you can book a day pass via Klook to experience the views yourself.

Cordis’ 20-metre heated rooftop pool is a popular weekend hangout. Soak up the rays and sip on drinks from the Splash Bar as you take in the panoramic views of Hong Kong’s skyline.

Whether you’re looking for a quick dip in the morning or a romantic sunset swim with your loved ones, these HK hotel pools are sure to be a hit with everyone! The best part? You can get access to them through a variety of Hong Kong hotel staycation packages on Klook!

Asaya at Rosewood

For those looking for a more relaxing, laid-back pool experience, the hotel’s Asaya Pool is the perfect choice. It’s located on the 6th floor and boasts a 25-metre long outdoor pool that allows you to take in the stunning views of the city.

The pool is complemented by an indoor lounge area that has sofas and chairs that offer ample space for relaxing. It’s the perfect place to unwind after a long day exploring Hong Kong.

A day pass costs HK$988 and comes with perks like access to the pool, gym and premium heat and water facilities. Or you can sign up for the hotel’s wellness membership, which will give you a discount on spa treatments and access to the fitness centre, pool and gym.

Ingogo’s rooftop pool is another hot spot for a romantic night out, especially during the summer months when you can indulge in a range of luxurious snacks from their poolside restaurant. The hotel’s glass-bottomed infinity pool is situated right above the building’s edge, so you’ll be able to see all of the bustling city streets below you!

If you’re on a budget, consider heading to one of Hong Kong’s 45 public swimming pools. These are mostly located in hotels and feature a wide range of amenities, including saunas, steam rooms and kids’ water zones.