Have you ever dream of swimming in the world largest infinity pool at the height of the 57th level of the building? Then you don’t need to imagine yourself as Singapore hotel providing you this facility.
There are many swimming pools in the world and every resort have swimming pool for the people to enjoy their holidays and if you are planning for the tourism this year then you must need to plan for the Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore.
The Marina Bay Sands hotel was popular for its beauty but the eye-catching element of the hotel is its infinity pool as the size of the pool is three times Olympics ground and the pool was situated at the top roof of a 57-storey building.
The guest was attracted towards the beauty of the infinity pool and every year one million guests comes in this hotel as it is a dream of many people to swim at one of the largest hotel building.
Marina Bay Infinity Pool:
The Marina Bay Infinity pool provides full entertainment scene to the users as the towels and sun loungers are available for enjoyment in the pool area. There is shop available where users can get access towards swimwear and sun care products.
The poolside refreshments are also available including light snacks, selection of alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks with the time limit of 7 am to 11 pm.
Features of Infinity pool:
The pool length was as long as three times Olympic swimming pools where plenty of users can enjoy swimming at one time and more than 500 jacks were designed under lobby at ground level to stand the building with tons of water at top roof.
The pool on the roof is designed in such a way that jewel in the crown at the building of 57 levels.
Marina Bay Hotel:
The pool was amazing to spend the holiday times or to take sun bath quite effectively as the hotel was beautiful with its inner working also. The hotel has 9500 staff members where they have also Special Forces who run the team butlers.
The hotel cost £3.5 billion to build and the infinity pool is the area where one need to dip and enjoy the beauty of the Singapore.