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Pictured: The breathtaking views from Dubai’s Aura Skypool, the tallest infinity pool in the world

The world’s first and tallest 360-degree infinity pool will launch in mid-November in Dubai, and recently released photos show the breathtaking views guests will have from the top.

the Aura Skypool It is located on the 50th floor of the 52-story Palm Tower on Palm Jumeirah Island, a staggering 200m (656ft) above the ground.

Photographs show that as guests float in the unprecedented lagoon, they will be able to enjoy views of the Arabian Gulf and the famous Dubai skyline.

Aura Skypool will launch in mid-November in Dubai.  Pictured is the view to the south from the 360 ​​degree infinity pool.

Aura Skypool will launch in mid-November in Dubai. Pictured is the view to the south from the 360 ​​degree infinity pool.

This photograph shows the view from the east side of the pool, looking out over the elegant Dubai Marina.

This photograph shows the view from the east side of the pool, looking out over the elegant Dubai Marina.

This photograph shows the view from the east side of the pool, looking out over the elegant Dubai Marina.

A photograph of the view from the east side of the pool shows the gleaming skyscrapers of Dubai Marina.

The Burj Al Arab appears in the north-facing view, while from the west, the Palm Jumeirah archipelago stretches out into the gulf.

Ain Dubai, the largest and tallest observation wheel in the world, is on view in a fourth photograph, from the view to the south.

To access the Aura Skypool, created by Sunset Hospitality, guests will be dragged up to the 50th floor in dedicated elevators.

They will go out to an area that is divided into two spaces: a terrace for the pool and a bar-lounge.

Photographs of the infinity pool have yet to be released, but renderings show that the water will wrap around a 750-square-meter (8,000-square-foot) terrace, with loungers along the pool.

One statement reads: ‘Home to stylish yet comfortable custom-made hammocks and lounges, guests enjoy a 360-degree swimming experience with a stunning backdrop to capture that perfect photo.’

To the west, the Palm Jumeirah archipelago (pictured above) extends into the Persian Gulf.

To the west, the Palm Jumeirah archipelago (pictured above) extends into the Persian Gulf.

To the west, the Palm Jumeirah archipelago (pictured above) extends into the Persian Gulf.

The Burj Al Arab (pictured, rear center) is seen north from the pool, which sits a staggering 200m (656ft) above the ground.

The Burj Al Arab (pictured, rear center) is seen north from the pool, which sits a staggering 200m (656ft) above the ground.

The Burj Al Arab (pictured, rear center) is seen north from the pool, which sits a staggering 200m (656ft) above the ground.

Natural materials, stone and concrete were implemented in the design of the space, and touches of modern geometric accents can be found throughout.

The statement adds: “Lush greenery and natural design elements blend with high-end interior finishes, creating an elegant oasis fueled by a socially energetic atmosphere.”

Meanwhile, the lounge is where visitors can order international dishes with a pan-Asian flair.

Chef Craig Best will be behind the menus, which promise to include sticky confit duck salad, glazed miso salmon, loaded grilled cauliflower and marinated pineapple ice cream for dessert.

Renderings show that the water will wrap around a 750-square-meter (8,000-square-foot) terrace, with loungers along the pool.

Renderings show that the water will wrap around a 750-square-meter (8,000-square-foot) terrace, with loungers along the pool.

Renderings show that the water will wrap around a 750-square-meter (8,000-square-foot) terrace, with loungers along the pool.

There will be three time slots for Aura Skypool tickets: morning, afternoon or a full day by the pool.

There will be three time slots for Aura Skypool tickets: morning, afternoon or a full day by the pool.

There will be three time slots for Aura Skypool tickets: morning, afternoon or a full day by the pool.

Two floors up, on the 52nd floor, is The View at The Palm, a 360-degree observation deck that opened to the public in April.

A St Regis hotel with 264 rooms and 26 suites opened at The Palm Tower in May, occupying the first 18 floors of the skyscraper. It is also home to 432 luxury residences and a variety of dining and leisure facilities.

The Palm Tower is directly connected to the Nakheel Mall, a luxury mall with 350 shops, restaurants and attractions.

Before the opening, Antonio González, Executive Director of Sunset Hospitality, said: ‘Aura is really unlike any other destination in the UAE and the world.

‘With 360-degree views of some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, from the man-made Palm Jumeirah, which celebrates 20 years since its construction this year, to Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa and Ain Dubai, all in one view, it is an impressive new destination that will continue to showcase the best of Dubai. “

The photo shows the interior living room.  Natural materials, stone and concrete were implemented in the design of the space.

The photo shows the interior living room.  Natural materials, stone and concrete were implemented in the design of the space.

The photo shows the interior living room. Natural materials, stone and concrete were implemented in the design of the space.

Omar Khoory, Nakheel’s Chief Asset Officer, added: ‘We are excited to add an unprecedented destination like Aura to The Palm Tower, one of Nakheel’s most prestigious buildings on the Palm Jumeirah.

As the first and tallest 360-degree infinity pool, Aura will not only offer an exceptional experience, but will also act as another focal destination providing visitors with panoramic access to the glittering architecture of the Palm Jumeirah, as well as points surrounding key landmarks that have been critical to Dubai’s growth as a tourist destination. ‘

Aura Skypool will be open every day from 10 a.m. M. Until sunset. There will be three time slots for entries: morning, afternoon or a full day by the pool. Tickets will cost from £ 34 (AED 170) per person. All reservations include a lounger, lounge access and a “tailor-made welcome pack,” according to the statement, adding that bathers will enjoy “an experience like no other.” For more information, tickets and reservations, visit auraskypool.com.

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