Book Your Next Bath

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Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn
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Viceroy Riviera Maya, Mexico
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Tribeca Grand Hotel, New York
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The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa, Cape Town
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The St. Regis, New York
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The Plaza, New York
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The Peninsula, Chicago
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The Mark, New York
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The Lowell, New York
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The London, West Hollywood
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The Greenwich Hotel, New York
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The Greenwich Hotel, New York
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The Fairmont, San Francisco
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The Dorchester, London
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The Ritz Carlton, Toronto
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Southern Ocean Lodge, Australia
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Soho Grand Hotel, New York
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Soho Beach House, Miami
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Bates Motel, Psycho
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Beverly Wilshire, Los Angeles in Pretty Woman
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Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur
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Park Hyatt Vendôme, Paris
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Mandarin Oriental, New York
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Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London
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Park Hyatt, Tokyo in Lost in Translation
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Le Meurice, Paris
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La Maison Champs Élysées, Paris
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Hotel ZaZa, Dallas
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Hôtel Thoumieux, Paris
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Hotel Bel Air, Los Angeles
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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
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Gramercy Park Hotel, New York
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Ginzan Onsen Fujiya, Japan
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Four Seasons, Seychelles
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Four Seasons George V, Paris
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Fitzwilliam Hotel, Belfast
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Estancia Vik José Ignacio, Punta del Este, Uruguay
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Chateau Marmont, Los Angeles
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Charlotte Tilbury Top Shelf, Bowery Hotel, New York
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Casulo Hotel, Austin
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Bulgari Hotel, London
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Armani Hotel, Dubai
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Ace Hotel, Los Angeles
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Ace Hotel, Los Angeles
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AC Hotel, Pisa, Italy
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The Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore
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Park Hyatt, Shanghai
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The Wellesley, London

The ultimate luxury is, I find, a night in at a nice hotel wrapped up in a big terry bathrobe, snuggled beneath a cushy duvet and crisp white sheets, eating room service (burger, fries, vodka tonic) and watching a silly Pay-Per-View movie (Jack and Jill). But before all this, of course, comes the great hotel bath. The sleek surfaces, sexy lighting, plentiful clean towels, and mini shampoo bottles (along with every other little thing you need) of a well-appointed hotel bathroom create an environment where you don’t have a thing to worry about other than water temperature and bubbles. Ahh, hotel life. Whether you're traveling for work or for play, you can always slice out even just a little (but ideally a lot of) time for yourself to enjoy the distinct indulgence of a hotel bathroom.

If you haven't vacationed, or even staycationed, in awhile, luxuriate in these beautiful hotel bathrooms from Big Sur to Singapore.

—Katherine Cotter

Katherine Cotter is a NYC-based home and garden consultant.

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  • http://berrie-blogs.blogspot.com/ Aerin

    i would love a good bath! x

  • http://www.enzaessentials.wordpress.com EnzaPRGirl

    This post just makes me want to travel. Wanderlust at its finest.

    xx
    Anna

  • Olivia

    I once had a glorious bath at the Hotel Cavalieri in Rome. Everything that wasn't mirrored was marbled, and if for some reason that wasn't enough bath-heaven, their spa/hot-cold baths was equally luxe.

  • NROCK

    any suggestions in NYC or NJ?

    • MarcoMar

      I'd suggest you http://new-york.hotelscheap.org/ , they have pretty awesome deals from time to time, but you have to check regularly. I've stayed at Waldorf Astoria, but it really isn't cheap and my boss was paying for it, so I can't speak if it's worth the money.

  • http://thegirlwhocriedmoda.blogspot.com.au/ Christine

    I absolutely love this compilation of luxury hotels and the few in New York look exceptionally divine! x

  • Annie Lindsay

    You've read my mind. I'm planning to stay at a hotel the night before my wedding so I can take a glorious bath, watch cable TV, and sleep in a king size bed alone. It will be FANTASTIC.

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