25 of the most stunning luxury hotel bathrooms in the world


SIX SENSES YAO NOI_Ocean Panorama Pool Villa Bathroom
15 – Ocean Panorama Pool Villa at Six Senses Yao Noi, Thailand
Price –
$1800 per night
Toiletries – Six Senses
At the Six Senses Yao Noi, it is like living an oriental dream. The entire bathroom is separated from the bedroom by the bamboo door and glass sliding door and the flooring is made from Teng , Sharea wood complemented by teak wood furniture. It hosts an infinity pool overlooking serene, blue waters.

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14 – The Table Mountain Suite – One&Only, Cape Town
Price –
$ 71,780 per night
Toiletries – Charlotte Rhys
This Capetonian beauty features an oversized stone bathtub at the suite’s heart with gasping views of the Table Mountain. All the doors, windows, and baseboards are outfitted in natural African oak wood, while the bathroom details and furniture are stained a dark coffee. The bathroom floor and walls are covered with ivory travertine stone complemented with silk-screened frosted glass doors. From prints to sculptures and accessories, magnificent custom art pieces are spanned across the rooms and bathrooms to provide a luxurious and memorable experience.

Shangri-La Suite bathroom
13 – Shangri-La Suite – Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London
Price –
$18,200 per night
Toiletries – Acqua Di Parma bathroom amenities are provided; a choice of three other amenity ranges (Jo Malone, Miller Harris, and Ormonde Jayne) are also available upon request.
If you’d fancy 180-degree views of London’s iconic landmarks, the place to be is the Shangri-La Suite that features exquisite custom-made furniture and high-grade silk wallpaper in a refined palette of champagne, citrine, and bronze. Some of the other amenities include specially designed Shangri-La Bed featuring patented body-contouring technology and fitted with Frette 1,000-thread-count linen, a grand marble-clad bathroom with integrated television and mirror screens, an expansive walk-in dressing chamber, and fine crystal glassware. That’s penny and time well spent!

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