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Does Chile have the biggest swimming pool?

A hotel in Chile features the world's largest swimming pool
San Alfonso Del Mar Resort in Chile has the world's largest swimming pool. It's the length of over nine football fields, and filled with 66 million gallons of water.

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Herein, where is the largest pool in Chile?

San Alfonso del Mar

One may also ask, how much is the biggest pool? The saltwater pool is 30,000 feet long (1,000 yards), covers more than 20 acres, has a 115-foot deep end, holds 66 million gallons of water, and cost $1.5 billion to build and $4 million a year to maintain. And the San Alfonso del Mar pool took more than five years to build.

Regarding this, how deep is the largest pool in Chile?

Crystal Lagoons, the creator of the pool, claims it's six times bigger than its closest competitor, the Orthlieb Pool in Casablanca, Morocco. Not only is the pool long, but it's deep. It holds the Guinness World Record for being the world's deepest (115 feet) and up keep costs a cool 2 million pounds annually.

What is the largest swimming pool in the USA?

The Biltmore Coral Gables has the largest hotel pool in the continental US. Whoever said bigger is better was absolutely right — at least when it comes to this magnificent man-made body of water, which measures 150 feet by 225 feet, making it the largest hotel pool in the continental United States.

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