Luxury Bathrooms prepared a breathtaking selection of the top 10 most incredible hotel bathrooms you would never want to leave.
The first luxury and addictive bathroom from this top 10 is Shangri La Paris – La Suite Imperiale. The Shangri La Hotel in Paris was originally Prince Roland Bonaparte’s (Napoleon’s grandnephew) home, and everything about the place is sophisticated and pompous. The bathroom in the Imperial Suite is decorated with a beautiful marble, mist-free mirrors and heated floors.
My second choice is the Majapahit Surabaya Hotel, which has already reached historical significance for Indonesia. Inside there’s the Presidential Suite, the biggest in Southeast Asia. The bathroom itself is a trip back in time, with a colonial-era bidet, in addition to antique gold-plated sink, tub, and shower fixtures. There’s also a large elevated whirlpool bath overlooking one of the hotel’s gardens.
The ancient Romans sure loved their bathrooms, since the one in the penthouse suite at the Rome Cavalieri Hotel is unquestionably imperial. Guests can enjoy a relaxing moment in the tub while enjoying an amazing view of Rome. The bathroom features an opulent setting, boasting marble paneling with malachite inlays and Swarovski crystal taps.
The Landmark Suites at Hong Kong’s Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel, my fourth option, are filled with a large circular bath, twin vanity units and stand-alone rainforest shower, providing a spa-like experience. That experience is enhanced by the optional treatment available, which includes candles, 99 roses, and a bubbly bath with the house Champagne, completed with a bottle of 1959 Dom Pérignon.
Next is The Presidential Suite at the Paris Hyatt Paris Vendome Hotel has a 4-square-meter bathroom that’s more like mini-spa. It includes a whirlpool bath, a beautiful gold mosaic steam room/shower, and even a massage area and hairdresser’s chair for all the pampering you could ever want.
The Maharani Suite at the Umaid Bhawan Palace is richly decorated in pinks, blacks, chrome, and mirrors, but for a relaxing royalty-like experience you have the bath, designed by Norblin and carved out of a single piece of pink Italian marble.
My next suggestion is Jade Mountain in Santa Lucia. Its bedrooms are all slightly different in size and layout, but all of them are simply outstanding. Their open design provides bathrooms breathtaking views of the sea around Santa Lucia. There’s even chromotherapy tub for two, for a truly rejuvenating treatment.
The Presidential Suite, just like all the other bedrooms at Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris, was designed by the world-renowned Philippe Starck. The following bathroom features an incredible arrangement of mirrors, making each visit an exercise in self-admiration.
It’s known that Japanese love their gadgets, so it’s expectable that they would bring technology into bathrooms at The Peninsula Tokyo. The seat can be heated and it automatically rises when you approach, shutting afterwards. There are also buttons for bidet, dry, and waters massage, as well as for “Do not disturb” and emergency buttons.
In the tenth place is the Yeatman Porto – Bacchus Suite. The Yeatman is, just like the city of Porto itself, a great destination for wine lovers. More than any other place in the hotel, The Bacchus Room is designed for guests that enjoy that perfect glass of wine, in a round copper Jacuzzi with a freestanding fireplace on one side and a great view of the city on the other.