The Best Pools Summer is right around the corner and you’ll want to jump into a swimming pool to celebrate. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most awesome swimming pools on earth for you. Four Seasons Shanghai, China Billed as the “sexiest hotel pool ever”, couples can book exclusive access for the ultimate dip à deux on the 41st floor of this Shanghai high-rise. Staff are discreetly on-hand to top up glasses of bubbly, proffer canapés or mix a romantic soundtrack against a backdrop of this exciting city’s futuristic skyline. Laucala Island, Fiji This private-island holiday home of Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz is almost kitsch in its perfection: four square-miles of private forest and coconut groves. The pools are sensational; one is glass edged, allowing swimmers to see the surroundings from underwater, while another (dotted with palm-planted islands) has a sandy floor that rises on to the beach. Park Hyatt Sydney, Australia Sydney is a town obsessed with real estate and the Park Hyatt occupies the city’s top spot. Wake up to uninterrupted views of Sydney Harbour and the Opera House staring straight back at you, begging you to get out of bed and explore.Look up from your morning laps in the rooftop pool — those are the Art Deco curves of The Harbour Bridge above you. Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como, Italy Grand Hotel Tremezzo is a stylish five-star property with Art Nouveau interiors a stone’s throw away from Villa Carlotta, one of Lake Como’s most popular attractions. The hotel has a stylish floating pool on the lake. There’s also a more secluded swimming pool at the back of the building, surrounded by private gardens, and a third infinity pool in the T Spa. Amanyara, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos On the island of Providenciales, Amanyara is home to 40 timber-shingled guest pavilions tucked along the coast. The black volcanic rock swimming-pool, surrounded elegant daybeds, is magazine shoot-worthy. It’s designed by architect Jean-Michel Gathy, who has become well-known for his striking pool designs. W Amsterdam, Netherlands One side of the hotel, which is in the former Exchange building, looks directly onto the Royal Palace, with a rooftop pool running the length of the cornice outside; the other gives a view over Amsterdam rooftops. The Cape, A Thompson Hotel, Cabo San Lucas The Thompson group’s first hotel in Mexico is on the Baja California peninsula, in Cabo San Lucas. Nearby attractions include the region’s renowned Arch, which can be seen from the hotel, the Sea of Cortez and Monuments Beach, a surfer’s paradise. There are two pools: a fresh water infinity pool (with swim-up bar), and a salt water pool built into natural rock, which is often refreshed by crashing waves.