The pool at The Amangiri Resort at the Grand Canyon is a great place to look for inspiration for the pool. The body of water sits in a valley and it's surrounded by natural rock walls. Around the perimeter of the pool is a place for lounging that has king-sized daybeds that can float atop the water. Not to mention it's conveniently close to a lounge and spa. Why not aim to achieve this type of serenity in your own backyard? Here are three takeaways that can make you feel like a guest at The Amangiri Resort whether you live in Fort Worth, Phoenix or San Diego.

Get in touch with nature: The resort is situated right in the middle of one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Take this piece of information and mimic it. That doesn't mean move your swimming pool but you should incorporate nature into the pool's aesthetic. Fix up the backyard by planting trees, building a canopy and anything else to make the setting feel more in tune with the Earth. San Diego Pool service professionals can install a salt system, which will make you feel like you're swimming in the ocean.

Do more so you can do less: Another takeaway is the pure bliss of the establishment. Swimmers can sunbathe in a poolside bed. Is there anything better? Buy some good quality floats and nice lounge chairs so you can chill out by the pool. If you don't want to leave the water, you don't have to. San Diego Pool service professionals can automate the controls so you can change the temperature of your pool from the comfort of your reclining chair.

Fulfill your pool fantasy: The crystal green water at the resort glistens at night from the lights. Features like that and a beautiful staircase and handrail are in tune with the rest of the surroundings. San Diego pool service professionals can install these features and more to make your pool feel like staying in paradise. The service also offers renovations for the deck, liner and fountains – more features to make you feel relaxed.

Once you've made new additions and alterations you can kick back and enjoy life as if you were taking in a sunset at The Grand Canyon.