Immensity pools are so out-of-date, especially if you live and swim in Dubai, where they are a dime a dozen. The emirate now has its first “floating” lake, which deceits about 50 meters offshore, spank report in the middle of the Arabian Gulf.
Nearby over a walkway through Breeze Beach Grill at Club Vista Mare on the Palm Jumeirah, the pool comes with a wraparound floating level area, which lines sunbeds and seating for up to 75 people.
The rush is open to adults only and can also be lent out for private parties; and, let’s face it, a sundown party here is sure to make a permanent impression with your guests this winter.
The pool is 1.2 meters deep, 20 meters long and 10 meters wide, and is attached to the seabed using the Sea flex anchor system. “This [pool] is exclusive because it permits guests to choose from a fresh-water dip or salt-water swim in the Arabian Gulf, in one offshore location,” said Thorsten Rise, managing director of Nakheel Hospitality & Leisure.
Day-time entry to costs Dh200 per person, of which Dh100 is saving on food and drinks from Breeze Beach Grill.