The Most Extravagant And Expensive Pools In The World

Absolute-PoolsCreating a pool in your backyard can surely drain a lot of money. However, there are some individuals who have stepped into a new level and invested substantial finances to create their dream swimming pools. Listed below are some of the most extravagant and expensive pools in the world.

City of Stars, Sharm El Sheikk

The City Of Stars is known to be the most expensive and most luxurious pool in the whole world. The pool is known to cost $5.5 billion. Apart from a 21 acre swimming pool, The City of Stars also features 30,000 condos and hotel rooms.

San Alfonso Del Mar, Algarrobo, Chile

The San Alfonso Del Mar is the previous Guinness holder of the most expensive pool on the world costing over $2 billion. This one kilometre pool has a maximum depth of 115 feet. In addition, the San Alfonso Del Mar uses 250,000,000 litres of filtered and treated salt water from the Pacific Ocean. And, an estimated $4 million is spent yearly to maintain it.

Seagaia Ocean Dome, Miyazaki, Japan

The Seagaia Ocean Dome is known to be the world’s largest indoor pool. The pool is estimated to be 300 metres long and 150 metres wide. The Seagaia Ocean dome also features an artificial wave pool, waterslide area and an artificial volcano.

Lev Leviev Residence, London, UK

The Lev Leviev is known to be the most expensive private swimming pool. This pool costs over $10 million. Not to mention, the pool features gold covered mosaic tiles, spa and sauna.

Trivia info source from: Absolute-pools.com

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