It wasn't easy, but we've done it! We have found 5 of the best hotel bathrooms in the world! Whether it is taking a bath with the fish, or enjoying a view over top of an entire city... we've got you're dream bath waiting for you...
Atlantis, The Palm Resort – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Atlantis, The Palm is a five-star hotel resort built on an island and is themed based on the myth of Atlantis. The resort is complemented by the Aquaventure water park and the Nasimi Beach. The Atlantis currently has two underwater suites, Poseidon and Neptune, with floor to ceiling views directly into the Ambassador Lagoon aquarium, which holds 65,000 marine animals. These suites are three storeys high with a 1,776 square foot plan that includes a large living room and dining room, an interconnecting bedroom, a television room and a private elevator.
Why their bathroom? Floor to ceiling views looking upon the underwater Ambassador Lagoon.
Hotel II Salviatino – Florence, Italy
Hotel II Salviatino is a five-star hotel 15 minutes away from Florence. It sits on the slope of the Fiesole Hill, with breathtaking views of Florence, the Duomo and the Tuscan countryside. The hotel offers a hotel spa and an elegant hotel restaurant that specializes in Tuscan cuisine. The Affresco suite is a dream-come-true for history and art lovers. This quintessential renaissance retreat is centered around an 1886 fresco by Bruschi and features two oil canvases by Gabriel van der Leeuw, know as “Il Fiammingo.”
Why their bathroom? The unique bathroom has freestanding, ancient, carved stone bath.
Mandarin OrientalHotel – Tokyo, Japan
The five-star luxury Mandarin Oriental hotel is located between the 30th and 36th floors of the 38 story Nihonbashi Mitsui Tower, has 178 guestrooms and suites overlooking the Tokyo Imperial Palace garden to the west and Tokyo Bay to the southeast. The Presidential Suite is the largest and the most luxurious suite in the hotel. There are floor-to-ceiling windows, one spacious bedroom, a study, a living room, a pantry, a hall and a powder room.
Why their bathroom? It has marbled bathroom features, a Jacuzzi tub, a walk-in shower, black marble sinks and a television. The view from the bathtub includes a glimpse at Mount Fuji.
Four Seasons George V – Paris, France
This eight-storey hotel is located just steps from the Champs-Elysées and was built in 1928. It offers 244 luxury hotel guest rooms, an exquisite art collection and decadent fine dining just off the Champs-Elysées. The Penthouse suite is located on the eighth floor and offers a 360-degree panorama from its main balcony with many of Paris’ famous monuments in sight. The suite has Baccarat crystal glassware and Second Empire furniture along with plasma screens.
Why their bathroom? The bathroom is clad in beige marble and features an extra-large walk-in shower, floral displays by Jeff Leatham and an infinity bath fitted with jets and underwater lighting and a relaxing chromotherapy system.
Chedi Andermatt Resort – Andermatt, Switzerland
The five-star Chedi Andermatt is surrounded by the Swiss Alps. It has 105 rooms, including the prized Furka suite. Lighting, heating, curtains and gas fires in every room are controlled by an iPad. There’s a wine and cigar library, a walk-in humidor cheese room, a limousine service, two restaurants, a 35-meter pool, a 12m outdoor pool and a fleet of Audis to pick you up from the slopes.The Furka Suite is a a two-storey, three-bedroom, 3,552sq ft suite that can accommodate up to six guests comfortably. Finished in oak and walnut, the ground-level living area is a place to nest after a day on the slopes. Stacks of faux-fur throws and cashmere blankets are laid out for guests who want to lounge on the wraparound couch; a kitchen and dining room accommodates up to eight people for dinner.
Why their bathroom? The bathroom in this 330sq suite is large enough to also serve as a private spa. It includes a steam room, sauna, whirlpool bath and relaxation area in addition to expected facilities.