Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

Swimming can be an excellent way to beat Hong Kong’s scorching summer heat and has numerous health advantages. Swimming strengthens muscles, burns calories and boosts metabolism while simultaneously relieving stress, depression and improving your overall mood. Unfortunately, public and government pools don’t always offer ideal places for cooling off, becoming overcrowded over the course of summer months.

Are you in search of an exclusive, private, and relaxing pool to take a dip? Hong Kong hotel swimming pools provide just such an environment with their excellent amenities, fantastic views, and variety of dining options – not to mention more private time in the water to unwind!

In this article, we’ll give our top recommendations for Hongkong pools which can provide a much-needed respite from city life!

1. Kerry Hotel Pool

Easily one of Hong Kong’s most breathtaking rooftop pools, Kerry Hotel’s 25-meter outdoor infinity pool provides unparalleled views of Victoria Harbour from every vantage point imaginable and will leave you speechless. Featuring tropical plants and palm trees for added ambiance, its decor will have you feeling as though you are on vacation!

2. Island Shangri-La Pool Island Shangri-La’s pool provides an oasis in the city, boasting stunning views of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers. Equipped with an avenue of umbrella-lined lounge chairs and its unique Roman-inspired design with statuesque columns, you’ll feel as if you are on an exotic beach vacation while floating across its waters.

3. Mira Hong Kong Pool

This exquisite modern hotel, the Mira, boasts an amazing indoor pool that shimmers under sunlight. Boasting a striking purple ceiling reminiscent of starry night skies, this pool provides the ideal place for relaxation and soaking up some vitamin D without overexposing skin.

4. Kowloon Park Public Pool

With three outdoor leisure pools featuring waterfalls and rocks, as well as three indoor leisure pools including main pool, teaching pool and one designed specifically for toddlers – as well as many large water slides suitable for older kids and teenagers! – this pool offers something special.

Due to staff shortages caused by the strike, several LCSD swimming pools have closed; however, keep in mind that their water quality remains very high compared to that found elsewhere in mainland China. If planning on visiting one of these pools, always consult beforehand either online or with staff prior to heading out.