International Bath Day is June 14th! In honor of this glorious occasion, we’ve rounded up four stunning and luxurious hotel bath tubs that are worth the splurge:
The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota: The property’s most luxurious and exclusive guestroom, The Ritz-Carlton Suite, boasts sweeping views of the city’s skyline and bay. Spanning a whopping 2,450 square-feet, the suite comfortably accommodates four adults with elegantly-appointed features including its most exquisite highlight – a full Italian marble bathroom. Connected to the suite’s master bedroom, this bathroom was designed for royalty featuring dual vanities with lighted shaving/make-up mirrors, premium bath essentials by Asprey, a spacious shower, and an opulent deep soaking tub framed by floor-to-ceiling windows providing gorgeous natural lighting and stunning views of the sea.
Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa: Located on Seven Mile Beach in The Cayman Islands, Kimpton Seafire boasts a gorgeous Presidential Suite, which offers two uniquely designed ensuite bathrooms. The master bathroom, wrapped by a private wrap around balcony with 360° views of the Caribbean, is designed with white onyx, with a floating tub with direct vistas to the sparkling blue sea.
Viceroy Chicago: This property not only has amazing hotel rooms, but also boasts equally impressive baths. Its suites feature deep soaking tubs and are best enjoyed via the hotel’s “Double the Bubbles” offering, which allows guests to enjoy a relaxing evening with a warm bubble bath, CBD bath bombs, and champagne while soaking in the incredible city views of the Chicago skyline prior to bedtime.
The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe: Offering an extremely meditative escape to the mountains, The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe’s 17,000 sq ft slope-side Highlands Spa provides treatments themed around water and woods. Massages can be enhanced with a luxurious bathing experience in a private copper tub. Copper historically has a malleable property when heated, allowing you to feel as though the tub wraps around you. The tub, which is large enough for two, is in a beautiful room of windows looking out into the surrounding forest. The single most expensive item in the hotel, the tub is one of ten in the world, five being in Ritz-Carltons.
Vegas Opulence: Wynn Las Vegas, the largest Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star resort in the world, recently renovated the Wynn Tower’s Parlor Suite bathroom, boasting an oversized Italian marble soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower, a 13-inch LCD TV, dual vanities, walk-in closet, plush terrycloth bathrobes and oversized Turkish towels for a spa-like oasis for guests.
Vineyard Views: Nestled among 258 acres of rolling vineyards in Healdsburg, CA, Montage Healdsburg’s guestrooms feature marble bathrooms with a freestanding bathtub accompanied by an outdoor shower accessed through sliding glass doors. The luxurious lavatories also feature his and hers sinks and floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking the resort’s vineyards and Mount St. Helena for the ultimate Wine Country soak.
European Elegance: Designed to meet the highest standards of European hospitality, The Westgate Hotel in San Diego features opulent décor, imported European furnishings and oversized soaking tubs in its Suite bathrooms. Travelers can enhance their stay with an in-room package such as the Lamour which includes a bottle of champagne, three macaroon, box of chocolates and a rose to enjoy in a soothing bubble bath.
Urban Contemporary: In the heart of Los Angeles, The Wayfarer DTLA’s trendy bathrooms feature a sleek and modern design, with all-white furnishings, glass-enclosed shower with rainfall showerhead and lighted make-up mirror.