After a long day of traveling, what better way to soak in a new destination than from a luxurious bathtub? Freestanding bathtubs are becoming the center piece of hotel bathrooms, allowing guests to indulge in a little R&R.
The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort
The St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort in Puerto Rico just debuted the first residential-style suite as a part of its $85 million Ocean Drive Beachfront luxury development. The spacious beachfront penthouse features 4 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, 2 terraces overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, a plunge pool, and more. The master bathroom also features an inviting soaking bathtub, ideally positioned to take in the striking views of the crystal-clear waters through floor-to-ceiling windows. The St. Regis Butler is also available 24/7 to draw a bubble bath paired with champagne to ensure pampering beyond expectation.
Vik Chile & Puro Vik
Positioned on 11,000 acres of vineyards and valleys and boasting 360-degree views across the surrounding nature with the Andes Mountains in the distance, Vik Chile & Puro Vik merge exceptional design with a stunning locale. Vik Chile’s 22 intimate suites house an extensive collection of artwork, expansive views, and remarkable singular bathrooms. Guests will enjoy a hammock style vessel bathtub found in the VIK Suite. Suspended in the air, the Vik Vessel is unrivaled in its design and ideally positioned in front of a floor to ceiling window to take in the breathtaking landscape. Puro Vik features individual glass houses that hang from the steep hills just below Vik Chile. Each of the singularly designed casas feature private terraces with breathtaking outdoor freestanding bathtubs, inviting guests to soak and relax in the plein aire beneath the warm Chilean sun, the moon and the constellations of the Southern Hemisphere. Vik Retreats has also partnered with “Mama Medicine”, the internationally renowned Seeress and Reiki Master to develop a bath ritual designed to help achieve inner peace and spiritual wellness.
Caldera House, the 8-suite hotel and alpine club in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is beloved for its breathtaking design. The property took 6 years to build and was a $100 million investment. The expansive residential style suites boast luxurious bathrooms equipped with heated floors, steam showers, and singular soaking tubs. A highlight is the Pibamarmi Japanese style soaking tub in the Pacana suite, perfect for relaxing after a long day on the mountain.
The Berkeley, London
The Berkeley hotel in London is one of the most revered properties in the world. Perfectly positioned within Belgravia, just steps away from some of the city’s most loved parks and sought after shops, the property takes style, comfort and service to inspiring new levels. Stunning rooms by the brightest minds in the design world beckon travelers from near and far to indulge in the ultimate escape. Designed by André Fu, the Opus suite is effortlessly chic and contemporary, embellished with simple and beautiful details. Its magnificent 300 square feet marble bathroom boasts a freestanding bathtub, the ideal place to relax and indulge in the ultimate revitalizing moment.