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Bathrooms come with a stocked medicine cabinet (guests pay as they would for minibar items).

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 Bathrooms come with a stocked medicine cabinet (guests pay as they would for minibar items).
The large, luxurious bathrooms have his-and-her sinks, a flat-screen television, and large bottles of toiletries -- but hotel brand, not name-brand. Most Superior Rooms (the standard) have shower/tub combos. Upgrading to a guaranteed separate shower and tub in a Deluxe Room could cost another $100 a night. Gold-plated brass fixtures complement the bathroom's pink Grecian marble. What else would you expect at the "pink palace"? The huge marble and hand-cut mosaic tile bathrooms, most with sunken tubs and double-headed showers, were designed by Waterworks. The counter and sink in the sleek, white bathroom of the London Suite (the standard room) are Carrera marble. The oversize bathrooms are big enough for two people. The toiletries from Clear by LXR are made with unusual ingredients like Amazonian babassu, Mediterranean almond, and aloe leaf extract. Big bathrooms, even in the standard rooms, have separate soaking tubs and a large marble shower with a massaging shower attachment. Bathrooms come with Fragrant Raffles Amrita Spa toiletries, a loofah, bath salts, and Egyptian-cotton towels from Boca Terry. The bathroom area includes a separate, well-lit vanity. Bathrooms at the Standard are stylish, but don't expect much privacy. These luxury bathrooms have white Italian Calacata marble walls and floors and an ultra hydrotherapy bathtub. The toilet is separated from the main bathroom with a door. SKYblue toiletries in a Superior Room. The black marble and low lighting in the bathroom are in keeping with the entire hotel's sleek hypermodern look. Bathroom extras include cotton balls, cotton swabs, and CO Bigelow shampoo and conditioner (though at the time of our trip the website promised Kiehl's). The marble sink in a Premium Room. Big bathrooms, fresh off the hotel's 2008 redesign, include dual-head rainfall showers, a vanity area, and plenty of hooks. The stylish chrome bowl sink in a standard room. The Mondrian provides high-end agua by Korres shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and two types of soap, exclusive to Morgans hotels. Mirror-filled bathrooms, separated from the sleeping area by a sliding glass mirror, are as spacious as they are poorly lit. Toiletries, the hotel's own organic line, are divine. But the bulk containers lack pump dispensers, so you have to assume that the bottles have been squeezed by countless guests. Sinks here are stylish, though their form battles function: Turning on the faucet is akin to maneuvering a joystick. The stylish touches in the Deluxe Ocean View Room's bathroom include diagonal white subway tiles on the walls. Nice touches include Caroma toilets with European dual-flush system separated from the main room by a sliding barn door. Tubs are deep, marble-topped soaking tubs with a European shower system. To prevent scalding, the hot water comes only after bathers press a button. Large bathrooms have three-nozzle showers and separate bathtubs, plus charming touches like whale bath toys. The bathtub and main room are separated by, well, shutters. Bathrooms come with a stocked medicine cabinet (guests pay as they would for minibar items).
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