Hall des Sources
Water with some healing powers.
Water with some healing powers.
A club that's earned the title "Olympic" with some medal-winning members.
Let us explain the style of Emplain.
The Pools opened in 1909 with the finest tile work - which would become its saving grace.
Drop your bags, kick off your shoes and let the island breeze carry your worries away, because we’re about to check into The Laylow.
This medieval castle-turned-private club was once owned by a Scottish-American steel tycoon.
Built to encourage personal hygiene and physical fitness at a time when few Viennese residents had their own bathrooms.
At the time of its debut, this brick entryway welcomed guests to “the wonder pool of Australasia”.
This seaside luxury resort is located just minutes away from a sacred Greek temple to the goddess Leto.
Top vacation spot for athletes.
Wyoming's biggest hot spring has been enjoyed for over thousands of years.
This resort is owned by none other than Ty Warner, the creator of Beanie Babies.
In 1917, members of the Saint Paul Athletic Club raised $1 million to build its new clubhouse.
Built in 1910, the Grand Hotel Tremezzo embodies the elegance and exuberance of the Belle Epoque era.
Although it seems naturally lit, the swimming pool in Toronto's Grand Hotel is actually located in the basement.
Ethiopian Aviation Academy is the largest aviation academy in Africa and the training grounds for Ethiopian Airlines.
Located on the grounds of the Hearst Castle, the Roman Pool is outfitted in smalti tiles that are infused with gold.
Built in 1886, the Van Eyck is the oldest covered swimming pool in the region of Flanders.
The Apcef Bahia is a non-profit sports and leisure organization that serves employees from Caixa Econômica Federal da Bahia, or the Federal Savings Bank of Bahia.
This pool in downtown St. Petersburg has hosted Olympic swimmers like Michael Phelps - it also has a giant slide.
This 25-yard competition-sized pool is found within the Kneller Athletic Center of Clark University. It is home to Clark's men's and women's swimming and diving teams.
Built in 1930, this former department store headquarters is considered the finest type of Art Deco architecture in Los Angeles.
This four-star hotel in Oetz, Austria began as a two-room inn, but remains a family-operated establishment pioneering the hospitality industry.
Known as the oldest heated pool in the United Kingdom, these public baths were almost demolished to make room for new apartments until local residents petitioned to save their beloved historical landmark.
This public pool house, now a category-A listed building in Edinburgh, represented Scotland's attempt to become a world power following World War II.
Not only is this one of the best hotels in the world, it's also the set location for the 2005 film "Lost in Translation."
This hotel with indoor pool was built in support of Canadian rail traffic which exploded in the late 19th century across the country.
Built by the first licensed female architect in California, this pool is part of the historic Berkeley Women's City Club, now open to all genders.
The design of this 19th century recreational center in Poland was selected from 44 submissions during an architectural competition.
Built in 1914, this bath was one of the largest in Europe and during its heyday hosted up to 10,000 visitors per day.
This classical swimming pool in Bristol, U.K. was built as a part of a campaign to ensure the local population had access to bathing facilities.
Built in 1967, this pool deck sits on the top floor of a 30-story high rise overlooking Lake Michigan.
This public pool in Edinburgh, Scotland was opened to promote good hygiene, but survived as a century-old testament to Victorian style.
This Victorian venue offers Edinburgh's only authentic and publicly available Turkish baths, one of three remaining in the country.
Shuttered since 1991, this historic pool in Berlin was built to support sanitation efforts during the Industrial Revolution.
Need an account? Sign up
Already have an account? Log In