An exquisitely designed bathroom complements the hotel rooms to perfection. Here we present you a collection of the five ultimate hotel bathrooms that will take your breath away:
Exquisite artistic design
In a town, renowned for its splendid architecture and prosperous artistic community, Los Baños at the 37-room Casa de Sierra Nevada, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, is aptly perfect. Each bathroom is exclusively designed with antique Talavera tiles. Moreover, there are separate tubs and walk-in showers, heated floors and Molton brown amenities. The most beautiful water closets are in Casa Limon, the 18th century-style architecture on the grounds. Guests’ favorite is the colonial suite, which contains a hammered-copper tub tucked into a nook with shutters that open for breezy evening baths.
You will get amazed with the bathroom settings at The Peninsula Tokyo. With a mere stroke at the tub-side control pad, guests at The Peninsual Tokyo can transform the ambience of bathroom to “spa”, which will make the light dim, silence the doorbell and phone and start soft music. The toilets are also crafted with high-end technology. Seats rise up automatically. They come equipped with four buttons, including bidet, wash, dry and an interesting option known as “massage.” To your surprise, there is also an automatic nail polish dryer. Beyond the bathroom, there are Skype-able phones; bedside controls for lighting and temperature; and surround-sound music systems.
The hillside Jade Mountain, which perches on the island of Saint Lucia is one of the glamorous resorts of Caribbean. The 23 rooms, known as pool sanctuaries, each with a celestial name like Moon or Galaxy were constructed without a fourth wall, so there is nothing between you and outstanding views of the dazzling sea and the huge Piton mountains. Bathrooms are open-plan. Showers feature a rain showerhead and six separate body sprays. However, the favorite touch for the guests is the two-person chromatherapy Jacuzzi, fitted with underwater LED lights, which changes color from soothing green to striking red.
The Post Ranch Inn of California is a beautiful retreat in the cliff above Big Sur. The refuge houses 40 rooms exhibiting, varied architecture. All rooms feature wall-to-wall windows. The rooms are complemented with Pacific-suite bathrooms, equipped with tumbled-marble soaker tubs. The floor-to-ceiling windows create a classical feel. They open to wraparound terraces. Each Ocean House Suite is admired with two-sided fireplace, which you can enjoy from both the living room and bathroom.
Best Exotic Effect
Malaysia is a culturally enriched location. The Four Seasons Resort Langkawi, on Malaysia’s spectacular white-sand Tanjung Rhu Beach, reflects that enriched culture with exquisite décor that combines Indian, Asian and Arabic influences. All bathrooms are adorned with imported Spanish Amarillo marble, accentuated with bright yellow hues. The decoration of the upper-level pavilion loos drew inspiration from Turkish Hammams. The spade-shaped entryway enhances the beauty of the loos even more. Enjoy the exotic in-room Malay bath ritual in the spa, which blends coconut leaves, Kaffir lime, lemongrass and spices into a blissful soak.