Back by popular demand are three inspirational hotel bathrooms we found to be some of the best hotel bathrooms! We turned to Travel + Leisures “World’s Coolest Hotel Bathrooms” to choose three of our favorites, we hope you enjoy!
The only things more elaborate than the oval marble bathtub are the antique frescoes on the ceiling of this Renaissances suite bathroom. Deep soak in the European tub or relax in the glass-enclosed rain shower and steam shower. This bathroom boasts a separate powder room nearby, tasseled velvet curtains, and unrivaled views of Florence. While the design of this stunning bathroom may seem so far from reach, it is possible to create this look at home. Ask your professional about faux painting techniques, alternatives to marble bathtubs, and installing a raindrop shower-head. With these three items, you’ll be that much closer to a Renaissances inspired bathroom!
Renowned French designer Jacques Grange did a number on this Zebra-striped bathroom. The Art-Deco inspired interior is equipped with black-and-white marble bathroom floor, aqua cabinets, deep soaking tub, and a touch-screen panel that controls window shades and an audio system. The contemporary his-and-hers vanities have polished nickel fittings by British maker LeFroy Brooks. It may be nearly impossible to have Jacques Grange design your own master bathroom, but the Art-Deco look can be easily imitated. Try for checkered tile flooring with aqua cabinets, and ask your professional about installing a sound system throughout your master bathroom!
With 4,000 acres of countryside five miles from the beach, its no wonder Estancia Vik uses the local surrounding as inspiration for the interior design. The smooth wooden walls and tub, of this Master Suite, are built from local Jacaranda trees. This bathroom is awe-inspired built entirely in wood with a large soaking bath. The design may be difficult to match identically, but opt for a wood vanity and a wood bath base/cradle, for a chic design.