5 hotel pools we wish we were at right now

From rooftop to mountaintop, Los Angeles to the Aegean Sea, have a splash in these beautiful hotel pools. Check out more amazing pools here: http://cntrvlr.co/NyquH5i
  1. Phum Baitang, Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Set on eight acres of lush jungle and paddy fields hidden in the Cambodian countryside, Phum Baitang is a perfect jumping off point to explore nearby Angkor Wat. Still, you'll be hard pressed to have the motivation to leave the breathtaking 50-meter infinity pool and 20 private plunge pools just off each villa. Photo Courtesy: Phum Baitang
  2. Amandari, Bali
    The green-tiled infinity pool at Amandari overlooks the even-greener rice terraces in the gorge below. Gamelon players take residence in the pavilion just behind the pool at sunset, drumming you into Balinese bliss. Photo Courtesy: Amandari
  3. Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Antibes
    A former villa turned five-star hotel, Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc boasts a pool that's carved into the natural rock of Cap d’Antibes. It's heated and saltwater, with incredible views of the Mediterranean surrounding the prestigious, 118-room resort. Want to swim in that too? Make your entrance from the hotel's overwater trapeze. Photo Courtesy: Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc
  4. The Cambrian, Adelboden
    Infinity pools have become old hat on just about every warm-weather property with a view, but The Cambrian's alpine adaptation is must less expected. As part of the spa, the hot pool allows for après-ski relaxation without sacrificing any time outdoors. Photo Courtesy: The Cambrian
  5. The Long Pool at The Chedi Muscat
    Jean-Michel Gathy's minimalist hotel is already a rarity in traditional Muscat, and his Long Pool is a particularly luxe spot to take in views of the Gulf. At 337 feet, the infinity pool is the longest in the Middle East. Book a cabana and eat Japanese and Middle Eastern fusion among the fire bowls. If that turns into too much of a scene (which it might), head to one of the hotel's other infinities—The Serai or The Chedi. Photo Courtesy: The Chedi Muscat