These world class resorts make the most of their wondrous surroundings. The views from the tubs in these hotels, found around the globe, offer out-of-this-world vistas.
Every guestroom at the Capella Ixtapa in Mexico overlooks breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Each room features a concealed veranda that includes a private hot tub.
The bathroom in the Terrace Eiffel Suite, in the illustrious Hotel Plaza Athenee in Paris, offers an overwhelming view of the Eiffel Tower and a 180-degree panorama of the Paris skyline.
The presidential suite at the Hyatt on the Bund in Shanghai has a delightful marble bath featuring a rain shower and a jetted spa tub, but most incredible are the awe-inspiring views of the city’s skyline.
Why not take pleasure in marvelous views while showering in a rain shower with 6 body sprays or soaking in a chromatherapy whirl pool tub? Visitors at Jade Mountain on St. Lucia delight in enchanting spaces where bedroom, living area, open bathroom and an extravagant private infinity pool blend into one another to form extraordinary experiences. Jade Mountain’s views embrace the full glory of St Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site, and of course, the Caribbean Sea.
Molori Safari Lodge, one of South Africa’s most luxurious game lodges, offers breathtaking views of the unrestrained valley and Dwarsberg Mountains. The lodge’s five suites feature floor-to-ceiling retractable glass walls, indoor and outdoor showers and free-standing rim-flow baths designed by Philippe Starck.
Appreciate the significance of “Great Outdoor Living” at the Tongsai Bay, Koh Samui in Surat Thani, Thailand where you enjoy fabulous sea views. Every room features a luxurious tub on a spacious veranda, overlooking dazzling views of the Gulf of Thailand.
Nothing quite says “I’ve made it” like an open-air Jacuzzi. Welcome to the Rock Star Suite at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego, where you can view the spectacular city scene from the warmth of your out door Jacuzzi.
Hotel Punta Tragara in Capri, Italy, boasts splendid views of the Faraglioni from the oversized bath of the Punta Tragara Art Suite. With wall-to-ceiling vaulted windows guests soak and relax to special views.
The Chic Millennium Hilton in New York has bathrooms overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge the East River and commanding views of the lower Manhattan skyline.
The villas at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa are celebrated for their magnificent views of Mount Otemanu and the turquoise waters of the lagoon. The bathrooms have panoramic windows overlooking the lagoon, large soaking tubs, double sinks and separate rainwater showers.
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These are all soooo magnificent! I especially want to go to the Tongsai Bay. It’s really special they all are!
I was at the Intercontinental Bora Bora. It’s a even prettier in real life.
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Wow…great collection of images. I really enjoyed this blog while watching. This resort is really too beautiful and amazing. The resort is according to my dream destination. I really like to stay in koh samui villa resort with my family.
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