The World's Most Extraordinary Hotel Bathrooms.
You'll feel like you're in the Renaissance when you visit the Four Seasons Hotel Firenze in Florence, Italy.
The bathroom area is decorated with paneled ceilings and genuine frescoes as well as a walk-in shower, and a marble-encrusted tub. You'll also get a view of the park and gardens outside. You'll certainly feel like a Florentine noble, which this private residence once belonged to.
The Zetter Townhouse's bath in Marylebone, London will make you feel like you're right at home.
The bath tubs are made using a combination of antique furniture pieces and marble, which will make you feel like freaking royalty. Of course, there are different styles of rooms and interior in this 24-bedroom Georgian townhouse, but all the rooms are quite comfy and eccentric.
Influenced by traditional Japanese homes, The Aman in Tokyo, Japan takes luxury to the next level.
Not only do you get 1,516 square feet of comfort which include a living room, and kitchen pantry. But you also get to soak in a humongous square tub that allows you look out towards the city from the top six floors of the Otemachi Tower by the Imperial Gardens.
The W Singapore in Sentosa Cove, Singapore was designed to knock your socks off!
The bathroom is spacious and offers a lovely view of the city, not to mention a chandelier, and mirrored ceilings as you chillax in a metal whirlpool! You can also recline on a large couch after you soak in the tub, or after you finish taking a nice bath in the monsoon rain shower.
Burj Al Arab, in Dubai, UAE offers a royal suite that's 8,395 square feet of impeccable comfort.
You'll swear that you stepped into a palace when you look at the lavishly appointed master bathrooms with rain showers, Jacuzzis, and marble pillars. You also get Hermes shampoo, shower gels, and when you get out, you can enjoy a view of the Arabian Gulf from the comfort of your bedroom.
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