Infinity pool on Palm Jumeirah overlooking to Dubai Marina

12 most stunningly beautiful infinity pools in Dubai

by Dubai Travel Planner

Dreamy addresses to add to your Dubai Bucketlist

There are over 500 amazing hotels in the city of Dubai, catering to all range of tourists from budget family travellers to luxurious sunseekers. Most hotels in Dubai come equipped with a pool, but some of them are truly special providing the much-adored infinity pool for spectacular and never-ending views of the city, and the desert.

The optical illusion of no boundary between sea and sky is not only an Instagrammer’s dream but leaves travellers with a tantalising and dreamy feel. Like all things in Dubai, they have taken the infinity pool to another level, literally!

Keep reading to find out about the most beautiful infinity pools in Dubai.

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Address Beach Resort

Bursting its way to the top of our revised list for 2022 the long-awaited Address Beach Resort in JBR has opened to spectacular applause with a see-it-to-believe-it rooftop infinity pool. Sitting at a towering 964.2 feet/ 294m above the beach it has quickly earned the Guinness World Record title as the highest infinity pool in the world (it’s Dubai, of course!)

Offering some of the city’s most spectacular views, the sky-high infinity pool on Level 77 offers sunken lounges and snakes around the roof of the building. Offering over 300ft/94m of swimming space you can get in your laps too before enjoying the spectacular views towards Blue Waters Island – soon to be home to the world’s largest observation wheel, Palm Jumeirah and Jumeirah Beach.

The adults-only pool offers wet beds and shaded cabanas for residents only, along with dining from adjacent Asian-fusion restaurant Zeta Seventy Seven.

STAY: Check out room rates at Address Beach Resort Dubai here

The Penthouse at Five Palm Jumeirah

Located near the start of Palm Jumeirah, Five Palm is the go-to party hotel in the city. Many people who have partied there claim that The Penthouse has one of the best swimming pools in Dubai. It is located on the hotel’s 16th floor and features two swimming pools with dazzling glass walls. Lovers of the water and sights can sit and gaze in awe at the expanse of Jumeira and Dubai Marina.

Not only does the Penthouse have the best rooftop pool in Dubai, but it also hosts some of the best pool parties, with international DJ’s headlining at least once a week. You can learn more about the Penthouse Dubai parties and nightlife here.

STAY: Check out room rates at Five Palm Jumeirah Dubai here


The Terrace, Burj Al Arab

If you are looking to experience poolside luxury while reclining in one of the best pools in Dubai, you need to visit The Terrace in the Burj Al Arab. The Terrace has multiple pools, with an infinity pool that merges into the ocean and another pool connected by a bridge. This pool has a bar that you can swim right up to and a barman that makes the best cocktails.

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External guests of the hotel can now access the most incredible swimming pool in Dubai with a day pass, including access to the cabanas, even the royal cabana which gives access to a butler, along with complimentary tea, coffee, and other non-alcoholic drinks.

STAY: Check our room rates at Burj Al Arab here


Address Dubai Marina

If you are looking for a large urban rooftop pool in Dubai, The Address Dubai Marina houses one of the largest you will find. Measuring in at about 45 meters in length and width, the 4th-floor rooftop pool is simply breathtaking.

Swimmers and rooftop relaxers are treated to stunning and expansive views of the city, thanks to this Dubai pool with a view. The Address also has a pool dedicated to kids. The pool’s kitchen serves delicious meals and drinks, with very little wait time.  The rooftop terrace Wane by Somiya also features in our guide to Dubai’s best rooftop bars.

STAY: Check out room rates for Address Dubai Marina here


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Sofitel Dubai Downtown

Sofitel Dubai Downtown has a large and luxurious infinity pool. Sofitel gives their poolside guests amazing views of the city, especially of the magnificent Burj Khalifa.

The attention to luxury is evident and the terrace is stunningly decorated and set up to make poolside guests feel at home. Simulating an island experience, there are palm trees surrounding the pool; making this infinity pool in Dubai seem like an oasis in the sky.

Beside the pool, the rooftop hosts an excellent bar called The Mosaic Pool Lounge offering a menu packed with all the favourites, ideal for a coffee or refreshing drink during the day or a cocktail to start the night, while enjoying the bustling view of Downtown Dubai.

STAY: Check out room rates at Sofitel Dubai Downtown here


Address Sky View

The spectacular new Address Sky View hotel opened in 2020, boasting one of the best-unreviled views of the Burj Khalifa from its rooftop pool on the 54th-floor Sky Deck.

A sky bridge connects two highrise towers, housing the highest infinity pool in Dubai. Due to it’s exclusive location, the pool itself is not huge and space is limited, however there are two other pools within the hotel for guests to enjoy. Cabanas on the roof top can be hired for 1000 AED (500 AED redeemable on F&B) fitting up to four guests.

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STAY: Check room rates at Address Sky View here


Park Regis Kris Kin

Although the Park Regis Kris Kin is located north of downtown, in one of Dubai’s older areas, it is still known to have one of the best hotel pool Dubai has to offer. The Park Regis Kris Kin is a gem of a five-star hotel and its rooftop offers spectacular views of downtown Dubai’s skyline.

When the weather is clear, you can see all the way the rooftop to the Burj Al Arab and the Dubai Marina. Only guests of the hotel have access to this rooftop pool in Dubai.

STAY: Check room rates at Park Regis Kris Kin Hotel here


InterContinental Dubai Festival City

The rooftop of the fantastic Intercontinental Dubai Festival City hotel is home to one of the most unique pools in Dubai. The temperature of the pool is kept perfectly regulated, giving it a refreshing temperature at all times. The pool also has a glass tank section that extends off the side of the building.

Once you go in there, you may feel like you are swimming in the sky and are in danger of falling to the streets below. This feeling can be super-exciting or extremely terrifying. If you are not inside the pool, you can still get amazing views from the rooftop, especially of the boats that go past the hotel below.

This hotel is in a great location close to DXB airport if you only have a short stopover in Dubai.

STAY: Check room rates at the InterContinental Dubai Festival City here


Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach

The rooftop pool at Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach is arguably the coolest infinity pool Dubai has to offer. The poolside features super comfy bean bags and pool chairs are shaded by palm trees. Not only do guests get excellent poolside service, but they also get the breathtaking views that come from being so high up in the city. All you need to do is look and see the beautiful Arabian Gulf.

As with many other rooftop pools, access is only given to guests of the hotel. However, the Infiniti Pool Lounge is open to the public and serves delicious finger foods and cocktails, along with shisha.

STAY: Check room rates at Sofitel Dubai Jumeriah Beach


Dukes The Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel

One of the most iconic views of Dubai’s JBR skyline can be found at Duke’s the Palm. An unassuming hotel from outside – much smaller than many of its resort counterparts on the Palm Jumeirah – sits at the top of the ‘trunk’ of the Palm. The highrise hotel gives away to gardens and grandeur with a large infinity pool offering utterly instagrammable moments

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An elusive few deck chairs have prime spot on their own island in the centre of Duke’s infinity pool, or younger guests will enjoy the hidden lazy river in the resort gardens of this quintessentially modern-British styled hotel.

STAY: Checkroom rates for Dukes The Palm here


Bab Al Shams, Al Qudra

Situated approximately 50km outside of the city, Bab Al Shams offers one of Dubai’s truly unique experiences with a stunning infinity pool overlooking the Al Marmoom Desert Conservation Reserve. With Arabic styling throughout, this is truly one of our favourite unique pools to experience in Dubai.

The resort offers day passes and a Friday brunch in addition to overnight stays (so mid-week is much quieter if you want to avoid the crowds). Your stay can be combined with many outdoor adventure activities including jeep and camel rides for a fun afternoon out in the desert before retreating to shimmering sunset views.

STAY: Check room rates at Bab Al Shams Desert Resort& Spa

A view of the infinity pool at Bab Al Shams Dubai

Aura Sky Pool, Palm Tower

The world’s first and highest 360 degree infinity pool opened at the Palm Tower in November 2021.

Suspended 200m in the air the Aura Sky Pool offers incredible views of the iconic Dubai skyline, Palm Jumeirah and the glistening horizon of the Arabian Gulf.

Offering morning, afternoon or full day sessions with prices starting from 200 AED a visit to this “island in the sky is truly magical.

Read to splash in?  Let us know in the comments below if you have any other infinity pool favourites in Dubai we should be adding to our list


Information originally published June 2021, updates have been made as of March 2022. Always check with the venue prior to visiting in case there are special opening hours, restricted hours or changes in special offers.

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