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Is London Sky Pool open to public?

Is London Sky Pool open to public?

The Sky Pool opened on May 26 but it’s not for public use. Only residents living at the Embassy Gardens development and their guests have access. But the pool is only open to people who fully own or fully rent their apartments, according to Metro, which means some residents are priced out.

How much is the Sky Pool in London?

‘ Ballymore’s running cost estimates for the Sky Pool put the total figure at £720,000 for 2021 including £164,250 for heating, with residents footing the bill via service charges. A spokesperson for Ballymore said: ‘We know from residents how popular the pool is even during colder periods.

Can anyone use the Sky Pool London?

The development boasts a 25-metre-long pool bridged between two buildings, 35 metres in the air. But access to the famed “Sky Pool” is only given to exclusive Embassy Garden members, and shared ownership residents have said they have “no amenities”.

Can I swim in the Sky Pool?

​Who can swim in the Sky Pool? Access to the pool is limited to only residents of the towers and their guests.

How deep is the Sky Pool?

Located in the Nine Elms area of London, the completed structure now sits suspended between the 10th floors of two luxury tower blocks that neighbor the U.S. embassy. Currently open to those living in these blocks, the 25 meter-long pool holds 400 tonnes of water, yet is a mere 5 meters wide and 3 meters deep.

How does Sky Pool work?

Named Sky Pool, the 25-metre-long swimming pool is made entirely from acrylic panels, allowing swimmers to look directly down to the ground 35 metres below. HAL designed the pool, described by the studio as the world’s first, to be a structure with “a sense of fun” that gives people “a swim like no other”.

Is the Sky Pool heated?

Extending between the two Legacy buildings of the Embassy Gardens development, the pool is heated and is 82 feet (25 m) in length; it is the middle 45-foot (14 m) section of the pool that is suspended. The roof area was not large enough to accommodate a pool, and so the concept of the “floating pool” was developed.

Who built Sky Pool?

Architecture studio HAL has created a 35-metre-high transparent swimming pool bridge between two buildings at the Embassy Gardens development in Battersea, London. Named Sky Pool, the 25-metre-long swimming pool is made entirely from acrylic panels, allowing swimmers to look directly down to the ground 35 metres below.

How much did the Sky Pool cost?

“It’s also only being used now by a handful of residents because the water’s actually quite cold.” Ballymore’s running cost estimates for the Sky Pool put the total figure at £720,000 for 2021 including £164,250 for heating, with residents footing the bill via service charges.

Does the shard have a swimming pool?

Renowned as the highest hotel pool in Western Europe, the infinity Sky Pool sits on level 52, and alongside the Sky Sauna offers guests an exclusive oasis with unparalleled views of London.

Where is the Sky Pool?

the Embassy Gardens development
The Sky Pool is a swimming pool at the Embassy Gardens development in the Nine Elms region of Wandsworth, a borough of southwest London. It is suspended 115 feet (35 m) above the ground and forms a bridge between two tall apartment buildings.

How big is the Sky Pool?

82 feet
Extending between the two Legacy buildings of the Embassy Gardens development, the pool is heated and is 82 feet (25 m) in length; it is the middle 45-foot (14 m) section of the pool that is suspended. The roof area was not large enough to accommodate a pool, and so the concept of the “floating pool” was developed.