We can now dive into the highest swimming pool in the world. Located on the 77th floor of the Address Beach Resort in Dubai, 300 meters high, the pool was inaugurated on May 2, reports CNN. Measuring 95 meters long, more than two Olympic-size swimming pools, the pool entered the book Guinness of memories. The previous one, owned by the “Infinity pool”, built 250 meters high at the top of the Marina Bay Sands hotel complex in Singapore, was therefore beaten by 50 meters.
Access to this vertiginous pool, 16 meters wide, which allows you to swim while looking at the skyscrapers of the capital of the United Arab Emirates, is not open to everyone. You must be over 21 and a hotel guest. Taking into account the price of the rooms, which starts at around 1,500 dirhams per night, the entrance ticket therefore reaches 340 euros.
A ticket for 45 euros
But you can reduce the cost by simply reserving a table at one of the hotel’s restaurants: the Zeta Seventy Seven, says CNN. A meal can be served there for 200 dirhams, or 45 euros. It’s up to you to dive into the pool which contains 500 m3 of water.
The deepest swimming pool in the world was inaugurated at the end of 2020 in Poland. The basin near Warsaw sinks to 45.5 meters. To animate the dives, there are reproductions of underwater caves, Mayan ruins and a small wreck.