Dream job alert – Hotels.com is looking for a ‘Bath boss’, who will be paid $5,000 to take bubble baths in luxury hotels.

If you’d rather prefer taking relaxing bubble baths in a hotel room instead of working a 9-to-5, we’ve got you sorted! Calling out bathtub fanatics for a one-of-its-kind opportunity is Hotels.com with its hunt for a “Bath Boss“. Yes, that’s right!

the brand is looking for a candidate who is willing to do absolutely nothing but relax in the bath filled with your favorite luxury oils and salts for questionable amounts of time. The selected person will also be expected to bring awareness on bathtubs or what they describe as “one of the best hotel amenities.”

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To do the above, the ‘Bath Boss’ will be required to spend two nights each at Mr. C Seaport, The Dominick, and The Langham, from Nov. 9–15, 2021, exploring each property’s soaking selections. He/she will mainly focus on luxuriating in their epic tubs and documenting the journey along the way.

Although one would be willing to do the above for absolutely no cost, Hotels.com will pay the selected candidate a $5K “salary” along with benefits like a $1,000 travel stipend, plush bath accessories, and custom robe, slippers, and eye mask for the ultimate hotel experience.

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Commenting on it, Shannon Lovich, the head of PR and communications North America at Hotels.com, said, “We are seeing less and less of the hotel bath as space limitations or lack of use push the amenity to only the most luxurious hotels. We are passionate about this classic component of hotel life and wanted to bring light to the important cause of saving the hotel bath.”

Those interested in the post can apply for it at Hotels.com/BathBoss by Friday, October 15, 2021. Well, it surely can’t get any better than this!

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