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Are These the Most Beautiful Hotel Bathrooms in the World?

Written by Charlie

Sure, hotel rooms are beautiful, but check out this list of the most beautiful hotel bathrooms in the world! There are some awesome locations when you mix high-end materials, design, and views into these hotels!

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I love a nice, beautiful hotel suite. I have been fortunate to stay in many over the years, thanks to miles/points/elite status. Of course, one of the parts that can make a suite beautiful as well can be the views it gives outside the hotel from a great location and floor to ceiling windows.

The Most Beautiful Hotel Bathrooms in the World

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Some of My Favorites

Presidential Suite Grand Hyatt Santiago

The Bathroom | Presidential Suite Grand Hyatt Santiago

Hyatt Capital Gate

The view from the soaking tub at the former Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi

One of the things I never really given much thought to was the degree of beauty in the hotel bathrooms. Sure, I have had some really amazing hotel bathrooms, like the one in the Presidential Suite in the Grand Hyatt Santiago. However, Brides.com, had decided to put together a list of the most beautiful hotel bathrooms. As you can imagine, you are not going to find all of these in your standard hotel rooms at these hotels. 🙂 Still, quite a list to see!

most beautiful hotel bathrooms

The bathroom at the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

One of the things that I have to say is really an awesome feature of hotel bathrooms is when they put a soaking tub in a place that can help someone to enjoy a great view of the city. I have had a few hotels like this and the views really are great to give that little extra touch of relaxation. Plus, not all of those are in the super-expensive suites. I had one such view in my suite at the Park Hyatt Seoul a few years back. Another decent bathroom view was the former Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi (now an Andaz).

So, here is the list of hotels that Brides says are the possessors of the most beautiful hotel bathrooms (along with photos they have from each one).

So, what do you think of their list? Do you have any hotels that you have stayed at with great bathrooms as well?

Featured image is the Royal Suite Bathroom at the Signiel Seoul

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About the author

Charlie

Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.

4 Comments

  • Wow. I’ve lived in smaller places.

    On a separate note, my wife and I stayed at the Grand Hyatt Athens a couple of weeks ago and really liked it. A very good hotel for a Globalist.

    • I just stayed there last week! My review is coming up this week. I also thought it was great but really not a great location.
      What suite did they give you as an upgrade? They have.a variety available for Globalists and those using points to upgrade (which I did). They ended up upgrading me again to a huge suite!

  • We got a large junior suite on the 7th floor, exit the elevator area, last room on the left. We could just make out the Parthenon from the massive balcony, which faced the main street. For the location, there is a cluster of restaurants about 3 blocks down to the left, and a taxi ran 5-10 euros depending on traffic. Superb breakfast, although the “club lounge” could use some work.
    One thing that surprised me was how much English usage and fluency has increased in the five years since my last visit. It’s great for me, but I’m not sure I’m comfortable with everyone else always having to learn my language.

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