Stepping into Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach, Cancun was like stepping into a scene of an old romantic movie. Huge vases of flowers gave a still focus to the gentle flow of hotel life and the grand stained-glass ceiling gave the grand lobby a warm and magical glow
A safari park in Japan has opened up a elephantine swimming pool for its resident pachyderms. The attraction was established
As disgusting as it is, we all know that when you go swimming there's a high chance that somebody's relieved themselves in
Forget about lapping up milk, there is nothing thiscat enjoys more than doing laps of his local swimming pool. Meet Roy, the
The concept of the infinity pool was said to have originated in France in the 1600s, but has become increasingly popular in recent years to be a hallmark of luxury, often found in exclusive hotels and resorts.
The sad decline of Britain’s public swimming baths has been documented by photographer Gigi Cifali in these eerie pictures
I am confronted by a dead pigeon. Its body hard pressed and flattened to the floor. Its face contorted to a fixed expression of doom. Its guts spread across the road. I sigh. We are one. Its state reflects how I am feeling.
We don't necessarily recommend trying this at home. Well, not if you want to use your swimming pool again. (Via Tastefully
From a beachfront Thai pool that gives the illusion of being full of red water, to the world's longest elevated swimming pool, each of these pools boasts an unusual or unique feature. Guests will have the opportunity to swim above the lights of Shanghai, or float amongst the picturesque valleys of Bali's Ubud.
The most important element of a luxurious holiday is surely the swimming pool. But these days, fun-seekers will go to great