The Most Extravagant Hotel Bathrooms Around The World

When it comes to booking a hotel, the view from your balcony or the size of the bedroom shouldn’t be the only accommodation factors you take into account before settling on your stay. In fact, sometimes, how glamorous (or not) the room’s ensuite is can make or break your decision—that is, at least, if you’re considering reserving a room at one of these luxury hotels. With seriously inspiring (and seriously over the top) bathrooms, beautifying takes on new meaning at these eight mind-blowing stays.

Four Seasons, Seychelles

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If privacy and luxurious bubble baths matter most to you, then you have to add this Seychelles getaway to your travel bucket list. Overlooking the Indian Ocean and the hillside below, this glorious stone tub in one of the Four Seasons’ private residence villas aims to impress. Forget about the private infinity edge pool downstairs, we’re all for soaking in this all-natural space.

Ponta dos Ganchos, Brazil

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With 2,500-square-feet of floor space, a private wine cellar, and spa-like bathroom, guests will never want to leave this exotic stay. When travelers opt for Bungalow Esmeralda, they’re not only guaranteed picturesque sea views, but they also get to take advantage of the dreamy, open-concept sauna that, of course, comes complete with a mod whirlpool bath and lounge area.

Hyatt on the Bund, Shanghai

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Situated at the northern end of Shanghai’s legendary Bund, this enormous hotel along the Huangpu River boasts cutting-edge design and compelling decor—and their sleek bathrooms serve as proof. Offering unparalleled views of the city’s skyscraper-clad landscape (day or night), it’d be pretty easy to spend your entire trip relaxing in this glamorous, all-marble tub.  

Four Seasons, Florence

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Flanked by historic buildings and sites, the inside of the Four Seasons, Florence pays homage to its century old roots. In every room, guests will find art on the vaulted ceilings, stunning frescoes and stuccos, as well as original ceramic flooring in the gallery. As for the ensuite? Luxury living remains the main focus, too, as this chic Italian bathroom can attest.

Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island

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While kangaroos loom around every corner on this adventurous island in Australia, guests may also find refuge in indoors. Hand-carved granite tub and heated limestone floors in the Osprey Pavilion’s minimalist ensuite set the scene for an evening—or two—of self-pampering.

Conservatorium, Amsterdam


Oregon pine and hemlock beams dramatically lurk over this serene bathing space that’s crafted entirely from Jerusalem sandstone. Can you picture yourself sinking into this extremely deep tub? If the answer is yes, you can find this peaceful haven in the I Love Amsterdam Suite.

Dedon Island, Philippines

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A luxe rain shower takes centerstage in this monumental bathroom in the Philippines. Surrounded by locally sourced bamboo and indigenous stone (which make up the sunken floors), Dedon Island’s bathrooms are living odes to the hotel’s mantra of “barefoot luxury.”

Palais Namaskar, Morocco

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At this Marrakech destination, outdoor and indoor living seamlessly blend as one. In Villa Namaskar, tired travellers will be pleased to discover a sumptuous soaking tub and two-person rain shower. The room’s al fresco sanctuary also comes complete with a serene heated plunge pool.