20 Stunning Hotel Bathrooms Around the World
You’ll never want to leave your room with these ultra lavish lavatories.
You know what’s even better than a really nice hotel room? One that has an absolutely baller bathroom, because whether it has incredible views or fabulous amenities, an ultra-luxe bathroom can take your stay from just “nice” to seriously unforgettable.
Here, 20 of the greatest, luxurious, and most beautifully designed hotel bathrooms around the world right now.
San Clemente Palace Kempinski
Located on its own private island that’s accessible only by private water taxi, the historic San Clemente Palace Kempinski dates back centuries and is a magnificent monastery-turned-luxury-hotel.
Feast your eyes on panoramic views of the Venetian Lagoon from every single room in the the glamorous San Clemente Suite — including both bathrooms.
The Silo Hotel
Cape Town, South Africa
The Silo Hotel is a converted 1920s grain silo, with stunning antique and modern furnishings, a unique design that really pops, and massive floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe the bathrooms in light while offering views of the V&A Waterfront.
The Shore Club
Turks and Caicos
Enjoy breathtaking ocean views from the open concept bathroom at The Shore Club, where the doors open up to a terrace with lounge chairs and make you feel like you’re on the pristine beach at all times.
How about a dip in the ocean followed by a warm bath, or vice versa? Soneva Jani’s open air bathrooms let you do just that, with steps leading to the water right from the edge of the bathtub.
Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Located thirty nautical miles off the coast of Seychelles on the private island of Félicité is the luxe hideaway Six Senses Zil Pasyon, where the bathrooms have relaxing swings, electric toilets, freestanding tubs, warm wood accents, and spectacular views of the Indian Ocean.
Kruger National Park, South Africa
The colors and textures of Africa’s landscapes and wildlife play into the design of this luxury safari lodge in South Africa’s Greater Kruger National Park, with natural shades of beige, brown, red, and white, and views of the African Bush.
New York, NY
The $5,000-per-night Presidential Suite at Dream Downtown in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District has a six head digital shower in a massive bathroom that’s bigger than many New York apartments. Gaze out the shower’s window at the frenzied urban action below while cleaning up before a night on the town.
Phulay Bay, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Allow yourself to be bathed in flowers and aromatic waters at the Royal Beach Villa at Ritz-Carlton’s Phulay Bay. Afterwards, wrap yourself in a Thai silk robe for the one of most ridiculously pampering baths ever.
Franschhoek, South Africa
Surrounded by 30 acres of vineyards and plum orchards in South Africa’s Franschhoek Valley, the custom designed bathrooms at La Residence boast regal views of the valley, while chandeliers and luxe freestanding tubs bring it to the next level.
Jade Mountain Resort
Who needs walls and doors with a view like this? A completely open floor design at Jade Mountain brings the dramatic views of the island to your bathroom, which you can enjoy while soaking and relaxing in the chromatherapy whirlpool tubs.
Grand Hotel Tremezzo
Lake Como, Italy
Suite Emilia is one of the most private suites at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, housed in Villa Emilia — which is separate from the main palace, and has private access to the hotel’s spa.
While the suite itself has panoramic views of Lake Como, amenities like a steam room, double rain shower, and oversized marble whirlpool tub make this one of the area’s most lavish bathrooms.
Four Seasons Bora Bora
Traditional teak furnishings and majestic views of the crystal clear lagoon and Mount Otemanu are at your fingertips as you go about your bathroom routine at Four Seasons Bora Bora’s incredible overwater bungalows.
Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
History meets modern luxury at Belmond Casa de Sierra Nevada as talavera-tiled walls, rich colors of blue and brown, soaring beamed ceilings, and hand-carved doors in centuries-old Spanish-colonial mansions take you back in time.
Çırağan Palace Kempinski
The name is no overstatement — Çırağan Palace Kempinski is literally an Ottoman Palace and the Sultan Suite is not just fit for royalty, it’s also one of the largest hotel suites in all of Europe. The bathroom has sweeping views of the Bosphorus strait, an oversized tub, shower, jacuzzi, and soaring ceilings that add to the grandeur.
Fairmont Pacific Rim
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city in your relaxing bathroom hideaway in the Chairman’s Suite at Fairmont Pacific Rim that was inspired by a Balinese villa. The 500-square foot ensuite marble bathroom has a hand-carved soaker tub and looks out onto the meditation pond and fire pit outside.
Sanctuary Baines’ Camp
Okavango Delta, Botswana
Be one with nature in one of six luxurious suites at the intimate Sanctuary Baines’ Camp in Botswana, and bathe under the stars and surrounded by romantic candles on your own private viewing deck.
Belmond Copacabana Palace
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The spacious bathroom in the Penthouse Suite at Belmond Copacabana Palace is serving up some Brazilian art deco indulgence, offering a marble bathroom with a bathtub and separate shower, rich wood accents, and amazing views of Rio de Janeiro’s famous Copacabana Beach.
The shores of Lake Léman in Lausanne have never seen a bathroom like the Beau-Rivage Palace’s Spa Suite before. While minimal in style, the immaculate floor-to-ceiling white marble, massive mirrors, and Bulgari toiletries all make for one ultra-opulent bathroom.
Atlantis, The Palm
The Poseidon and Neptune Underwater Suites at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai are surrounded by the Ambassador Lagoon–a three million gallon aquarium brimming with over 65,000 marine animals–that you can watch as you bathe with 24-karat gold flecked soap. Only in Dubai, right?
Housed in restored Ming- and Qing-dynasty buildings in Shanghai, China, Amanyangyun’s Antique Villas will transport you to Ancient China with its extraordinary earth-toned bathrooms, industrial and wood accents, and views of gorgeous greenery from picture frame windows.