Now Open: Guess How Far Up the World’s Highest 360-Degree Infinity Pool Is
Described as an "island in the sky", Dubai has unveiled its latest flex with the opening of Aura SkyPool, the world's first and highest 360-degree infinity pool.
Sitting pretty at 200 metres in The Palm Tower, Aura SkyPool features a 750-square-meter pool deck on the 50th floor of the new landmark, and boasts stellar views of the Dubai skyline. The soaring space also features a lounge with plush VIP sun beds and a bar serving cocktails and tapas.
"Aura is truly unlike any other destination in the UAE and the world," Antonio Gonzalez, CEO of Sunset Hospitality, the company behind the project, said in a statement last month.
The Palm Tower is a hotel and residential building from developer, Nakheel, located in Palm Jumeirah. It is also home to the St. Regis Dubai.
The entry fee at Aura SkyPool starts at US$46 (170 AED) for a morning visit or US$55 (200 AED) for an afternoon to sunset pass. But if you've got all day, we say go all out with a full day VIP pass that grants access to all Aura facilities, which starts at US$100 (370 AED).
Find out more about Aura SkyPool here.