Does Altira Macau have a pool?

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Not only does Altira Macau have a pool, but it has one of the best pools in the world (no joke). This indoor, 82-foot infinity-edged pool looks out on the South China Sea. If you don’t spend your time admiring the view, do laps or swim below the surface to enjoy the piped-in underwater music system. Even if you don’t plan on swimming, take a trip to the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's 16th-floor pool (it’s open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.) for some prime relaxing. Here you’ll find inviting, cushy lounges with sea views, and a menu of juices and smoothies to sip on while reading a book or magazine. Scared the water will be too chilly? Fear not, the pool is heated at a steady temperature of 84 to 85F (just a little cooler than bath water). There is a small outdoor lounge area if you want to catch some rays.

If you’re craving more time in the sun, head over to Crown Towers. If offers a huge outdoor pool complex complete with a kiddie pool and alfresco restaurant. Since Crown Towers is a sister property to the luxury Macau hotel Altira, you can use either facility for free. Transportation is even provided from one hotel to the other; all you need is your bathing suit.

What could be better than magnificent views of the Macau peninsula? Experiencing those views from Altira Macau’s indoor infinity-edge pool. So pack your bikinis and swim trunks and take a dip in the pool after a relaxing spa treatment or just to soak in the view. If you want to take a break from relaxing and get a little more active, you can also use the pool to swim lap while the underwater music system keeps you entertained during your workout. You can also lounge on the outdoor terrace. We have comfortable lounge chairs and a menu of juices and smoothies from the pool bar for you to sip as you sit back and observe the view. Either way, it’s going to be hard to walk away from staring out at the South China Sea. Our pool is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., making it easy for those early birds and night owls.

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