Many of us are looking forward to travelling again when lockdown lifts.
And if you’re looking for new experiences to add to your bucket list ahead of restrictions easing, look no further.
This Dubai hotel has won a Guinness World Record for having the “highest outdoor infinity pool in a building”.
The outdoor pool can be found at the Address Beach Resort, where it is 77 floors and 965ft above ground.
Guests can paddle around in the 75m-long swimming pool as they take in spectacular views.
On the rooftop, they can catch glimpses of the Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah and The World Islands.
You have to be a guest of the hotel if you want to experience the record-breaking infinity pool.
According to Booking.com, you can stay at the resort from around £224.
This covers the cost of a room for two people including breakfast.
As well as making guests lust over its magnificent infinity pool, the hotel has other exciting amenities too.
There’s a fitness centre, sauna and three other swimming pools including a kids paddling area.
The hotel also boasts a rooftop restaurant called Zeta Seventy Seven.
You can visit even if you’re not a guest and enjoy the Asian fusion cuisine on offer.
Signature dishes included iced oyster, wagyu sirloin, crispy fried prawns and miso lobster.
The eatery boasts views that are equally as spectacular but you must make a booking in advance if you want to experience them.
Dubai has been a popular spot for influencers and celebrities in recent months.
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Brits can't jet off for holidays until lockdown restrictions lift.
The gov.uk website states: “It is illegal to travel abroad from the UK for holidays.
“Follow current COVID-19 rules where you live: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
“In England, you must have a permitted reason to travel abroad and complete the declaration form.”
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