5 Most Luxurious Hotel Bathrooms
If you have ever wondered how the world's best hotel bathrooms look like then urine (GET IT) luck because these bathrooms are definitely making a splash in the world of bathroom architecture and designs.
So grab you shower cap and rubber duckie as we dive into the world of the most stunning and luxurious bathrooms that you can literally live in.
1. Silo Hotel, South Africa
First up, we have none other than the Silo Hotel located in Cape Town. Housed in the six storeys stretching above the former grain silos of the Zeitz MOCAA with a facade designed by Thomas Heatherwick, it’s the last word in luxury. The Victorian bathroom vanities are created in South Africa using coloured glass and chrome. Views are the focal point, and throughout you’ll find elegant Penhaligon's toiletries alongside cruelty-free, green, and sustainable Charlotte Rhys grooming products.
2. Four Seasons, Bali
You've probably heard about the Four Seasons in the E! News where 'A' list celebrities sightings happen, well at least that's where I got to know about it. The villa walls, lanes, and landscapes were all chiseled from local limestone. Inside, elegant surfaces and fittings like antique faucets, vintage-style Kohler baths, and caramel-hued Balinese-wood towel rails are showcased throughout the 147 villas. Tubs hug the exterior walls with a floor-to-ceiling view of dense jungle, including over 200 species of plants. Four Seasons was the first five-star resort in Indonesia to incorporate al fresco Balinese showers into its designs, thus providing spectacular 360-degree panoramas of the surrounds.
3. Ponta Dos Ganchos, Brazil
Ponta Dos Ganchos, the name refers to the sea-surrounded point of land that it sits on and the historic fishing village (once called Ganchos), it isn’t about gilded taps and gleaming marble. Instead, it radiates an effortless glamour Americans have in mind when we fantasize about the good life in Brazil. Favored for its fusion of prolific rain forest and never-ending turquoise waters, the Esmeralda Villa is the island’s trademark suite, highlighting an ivory whirlpool bathtub for two and a personal dry sauna. One could simply wile away an afternoon here atop the daybed listening to the built-in stereo while having a drink.
4. Café Royal, London
Truly made for only the royals seeing as it had once accommodated the likes of Winston Churchill, Oscar Wilde, Brigitte Bardot, and Elizabeth Taylor. Bordering the Piccadilly Circus, there’s over a 150 years of history housed inside Hotel Café Royal. The profligate Royal Suite is 3,000 square feet and has four bathrooms, three of which are bedizen entirely in creamy white Carrara marble. Other vivid features include avant-garde TV screens built within the bathroom mirrors, Bang and Olufsen sound systems, and center piece handspun marble tubs and double-vanity sinks.
5. San Clemente Palace Kempinski, Venice
A converted 12th-century church and monastery set on its own private island, San Clemente Palace Kempinski exudes admiration. It is 2,045 square feet, and so upscale that it even boasts its own private pier. There’s a lustrous white bathtub poised next to the window, offering incomparable views of the magical city, and a rain shower for two! As expected in Venice, the glass throughout is Murano and the toiletry products are Acqua di Parma, classic symbols of Italian style and heritage.