There are some people who choose the hotel where they will spend their vacation according to its location. Other people prefer to choose according to the reviews on TripAdvisor. But there are always those who choose a hotel room only if it is able to provide a unique experience. If you are one of those people, this article is a perfect match for you. Located in scenic destinations like the Maldives, St. Lucia, and Hawaii, these bathrooms turn something as ordinary a shower into an unforgettable experience. Take a look at these 10 hotel bathrooms with stunning views selected by the Luxury Bathrooms‘ Team!
BANYAN TREE SHANGHAI ON THE BUND
With plenty of luxury touches, such as a private sky garden and private pool, the Banyan Suite in Shanghai takes up two floors of the hotel. The bathtub sits in front of giant windows overlooking the city’s futuristic skyline.
ONE&ONLY REETHI RAH
The more than 1,600-square-foot water villas at the One&Only Reethi Rah in the Maldives sit over the Indian Ocean and are accessible through over-the-water walkways. With hammocks hung over the water and a bathtub overlooking the water, you can soak up the sun during your entire stay.
THE TWELVE APOSTLES HOTEL AND SPA
Because this resort is the only man-made building between Camps Bay and Llandudno, there are plenty of good vantage points of the Atlantic Ocean, Lions Head, and the Twelve Apostles mountain range. But one of the best is from the freestanding marble bathtub in the Presidential Suite. Newly re-decorated, it has heated floors throughout, chandeliers from Italy, and South African art covering the walls.
JADE MOUNTAIN SAINT LUCIA
Located on the Caribbean coastline, anywhere you go at Jade Mountain is guaranteed to have a stunning view—even the bathroom. Each of the resort’s sanctuaries features an open-floor design, allowing for a gorgeous backdrop as you relax in the chromatherapy whirlpool or soak up a rain shower.
THE RITZ-CARLTON, HONG KONG
The Ritz-Carlton Suite in Hong Kong boasts a bathroom with a Jacuzzi, oversized soaking tubs, a rainforest showerhead, and a beautiful view of Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour. The marble bathroom is located on the 117th floor of the building and amenities include plush terry robes and Asprey bathroom products, so feel free to relax in the tub all day long.
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ANDARA RESORT AND VILLAS
Not only do the Pool Villa bedrooms open to beautiful oceanfront views, but the Villa Master Bathroom, in particular, is a sight to be seen at the Andara Resort. With marble tubs and plenty of vanity space, the bathtub overlooks the Andaman Sea.
HOTEL CAESAR AUGUSTUS
Settle into a Jacuzzi tub overlooking the Amalfi Coast and surrounding seas for stunning views at the Hotel Caesar Augustus. The Tiberio Master Suite bathroom also features luxury bath products, a vanity mirror, and luxe marble surfaces.
PONTA DOS GANCHOS
In the 2,475-square-foot Emerald Villa, a whirlpool tub overlooking the southern Brazilian coast and its emerald waters provides the perfect vacation experience. The Villa at Ponta dos Ganchos, an adults-only resort, also has a dry sauna, adding, even more, luxury to the calming experience. Directly next to the sauna and bathtub area is an infinity plunge pool with equally stunning views.
MANDARIN ORIENTAL, SAN FRANCISCO
This San Francisco resort features a walk-in rainforest shower, spacious vanity, and a freestanding tub, all within view of the bustling cityscape. With Molton Brown bathroom amenities and comfy robes, the cleanly designed bathroom adds another touch of elegance to the 2,000-square-foot Taipan Suite.
THE ST. REGIS PRINCEVILLE RESORT
The suites at the St. Regis Princeville feature whirlpool baths overlooking the scenic Hanalei Bay. While lounging, guests can use electronic controls to choose between the stunning views or privacy for their bath.
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Source: Fodor’s Travels