The Most Instagrammable Infinity Pools In The UAE And KSA

Diana Bell-Heather   |   29 - 09 - 2018

Make the most of the beach weather and soak in some of the most iconic infinity pools in the UAE and KSA.

 

According to Hotels.com, these are the water hang outs you want to be snapping yourself and your friends at.

 

Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, Dubai

 

Instagrammable Infinity Pools

 

Unlike any other resort in the UAE, Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa is a spectacular paradise. The resort is nestled among the dunes and is an oasis of tranquility that combines rustic charm with top-tier hospitality and luxury to bring to life an authentic desert experience. What’s even more spectacular is the stunning infinity pool overlooking the resort’s desert ecosystem that hosts gazelles, birds, geckos and other exotic deserts wildlife.

 

The Address Dubai Marina, Dubai 

 

Instagrammable Infinity Pools

 

Discover contemporary elegance when you stay at the Address Dubai Marina with an infinity pool that offers unmatched views of the city skyline. You can enjoy a leisurely evening poolside as you sample some of the finest gourmet delicacies and watch the sun go down against a sparkling skyline.

 

Shangri-La Hotel Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi

 

Instagrammable Infinity Pools

 

Located on a private beach with panoramic views of the capital Abu Dhabi, the hotel is a true reflection of Arabian luxury and the spa features exotic therapeutic treatments. The highlight of the hotel is the sprawling infinity pool, with views of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.

 

Park Hyatt Jeddah – Marina, Club and Spa, Saudi Arabia

 

 

The Park Hyatt Jeddah is an impressive seafront hotel located on Jeddah’s Corniche with the swimming pool overlooking the Red Sea. Guests can unwind by the pool as they taken in the gorgeous surrounding vistas.

 

A&E Personal Favourite: The Burj Al Arab, Dubai

 

Instagrammable Infinity Pools


It should come as no surprise that team A&E would choose the infinity pool located on the extension of the seven-star Burj Al Arab. With a man-made beach, sunbeds in the water and spectacular view over the passing yachts, it’s pretty hard to beat.