Travel may still be restricted, but that doesn't stop us from dreaming of holidays in far off destinations once the borders are fully open again.
One resort in Dubai is hoping its new claim to fame will entice visitors to the emirate.
The Address Beach Resort is home to the world's highest infinity rooftop pool, as awarded by Guinness World Records last month.
Located 294 metres above the ground, the pool on the 77th floor has unbeatable views across the city and beyond.
With a length of 94m, there is a lot of pool to cool off in, and plenty of cabanas and sun loungers to chill out and top up those tans.
The young 'uns are catered for in the three other swimming pools in the resort, which also includes beach access, spas and restaurants.
More details at addresshotels.com.
Three more infinity pools to check out:
Penthouse Emporium Hotel, Brisbane
Located on the 21st floor of the Emporium Hotel in South Bank Parklands (in inner Brisbane), the four-bedroom suite has three bathrooms and three dining rooms spread across 786 square metres. It also has a 15-metre infinity pool on your private balcony.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
The hotel's three sloping, 55-storey skyscrapers support a futuristic-looking outdoor recreation area with a restaurant by Wolfgang Puck and the world's largest rooftop pool. Perched 200 metres off the ground, this extraordinary 150-metre-long, cabana-lined pool offers stunning views of Singapore's dazzling skyline.
Park Hyatt, Auckland
Park Hyatt, Auckland Photo: Brook Sabin/Stuff
One a bit closer to home, the Park Hyatt is situated right on the waterfront in Wynyard Quarter, and the 25-metre infinity pool has great views of the area. Afterwards, check out the spa which includes an aromatherapy room and a Himalayan salt sauna.