You know you’ve scored an incredible hotel room when you are greeted by a lavish bathroom. Nothing beats a giant whirlpool tub, award winning spa level toiletries, and luxurious marble tiles. While most incredible hotel bathrooms stop here, the following bathrooms are sure to truly blow your mind.
Check out these incredible hotel bathrooms where you have the chance to spot fish while in the bathtub, shower under the stars, and possibly even sit on a throne used by a president. Wherever you decide to splurge on your next holiday, make sure you don’t end up pouring money down the drain. A comprehensive travel insurance policy can protect you from a wide range of unexpected expenses such as overseas medical treatment and travel delays.
Six Senses Laamu, Maldives
Although it is hard to beat a holiday in one of the many over-water bungalows that can be found throughout the roughly 1,200 islands that make up the Maldives, Six Senses Laamu has raised the bar with its bathrooms.
The only resort found in the Laamu atoll, Six Senses offers the chance to soak in a glass-bottom tub. The see through tubs allow you to peek into an underwater world where you might spot a dolphin and are located in the resort’s lagoon and ocean water villas. Enjoy a private outdoor bathroom and rain shower as well, which is perfect for rinsing off after a day of snorkelling the reef in search of green sea turtles or rays.
Atlantis The Palm, UAE
Dubai is known for offering over the top elegance, and Atlantis The Palm is the perfect example of this. Although any room in this 5-star resort is sure to please, it is their underwater suites which offer an out of this world experience. In addition to enjoying 165 square metres of space, you will have stunning views of the resorts Ambassador Lagoon Aquarium through floor to ceiling windows.
You can even take those views to the bathroom where you will also find floor to ceiling windows to the reef. Relax in the tub as you try to seek out one of the 65,000 marine animals that 05/pass by. The experience won’t come cheap though as a stay in the Poseidon or Neptune Underwater Suite will set you back well over $6,000 AUD per night.
VANI Quy Nhon Resort & Spa, Vietnam
You won’t need any reading material while using the loo in your ocean suite at VANI Quy Nhon Resort & Spa, since every room in your suite, including the bathroom, has an impressive view of the South China Sea. The open-plan bathrooms feature double sinks, a soothing rain shower, and massive glass bay window to take in panoramic views of the sand and surf.
Le Meurice, France
If marble tiled bathrooms are your thing, Le Meurice in Paris is perfect for you. This Louix XIV style hotel offers lavish bathrooms throughout all its rooms, but it is the one found in its Belle Etoile Suite that truly delivers.
Enjoy a whirlpool bathtub with 180 degree views over Paris as you indulge in Penhaligon toiletries.
Almost the entirety of the 270 square feet of bathroom space is decked out in marble and natural light. For even more natural light, head out onto your own private terrace to take in a sunset over the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Eiffel Tower. Notable guests to stay in the hotel over its 200 year history include Beyoncé, Napoleon’s mistress, and Rudyard Kipling.
Lion Sands Game Reserve, South Africa
You might be wondering how a bathroom without a shower or electricity could be considered incredible. Your scepticism will immediately vanish once you ascend the steps of the Tinyeleti Tree House set in the wild bush of Kruger National Park.
Lion Sands Game Reserve offers several incredible lodges in South Africa that are sure to provide you with an incredible adventure. Say goodbye to Wi-Fi and hello to lions, hippos, leopards, hyenas, and more. Easily spot iconic African wildlife from the safety of your tree house and hear the call of the wild as you answer the call of nature in your secure loo. Simply make use of the supplied handheld radio if you do require assistance with anything. There are also a few other tree houses to choose from including the Kingston Tree House set in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.