For some it would be the thrill of a lifetime, for others it would be the scariest swim they ever took. Either way, you can't deny the dramatic effect brought on by this hotel pool in China.
The 390-room, four-star Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong Kangqiao opened in May 2011 and made waves with its indoor/outdoor pool, perched atop the 24th floor of this hotel. No doubt the swimming pool has exception views, but it's the pool's mid-air suspension that made this week's Dramatic Design.
The glass-bottom section allows guests to see the street below and conversely, patrons walking the street on Xiuyan Lu can see the swimmers in the sky.
"We wanted to provide our guests a unique swimming experience, and let them feel they're vacationing even in a bustling city," a spokesperson for Holiday Inn's parent company, InterContinental Hotels Group, told CNNGo.
Readers: Your thoughts? Would you go for a swim in this pool?
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