W Washington DC Rating: 4.0 Pearls

While the showers are a bit translucent, the frosted glass means there's no full-on |peekaboo effect.

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Best Hotel Bathrooms in Washington, D.C. (12 of 12)

 While the showers are a bit translucent, the frosted glass means there's no full-on |peekaboo effect.
Dark limestone, dual-head showers encourage you to splash water wherever you like in Park Deluxe Rooms. All rooms come stocked with custom, high-end Blaise Mautin bath products. Shiny new teleporter or shower? The Donovan House's King and Double Deluxe rooms come with conch-shell shaped shower stalls that look more like John McCracken sculptures than bathroom fixtures. You'll also find the "cocoon" showers in the King Suites, which also have deep soaking tubs. It's brass, brass, and more brass at the luxurious St. Regis, where you'll want to "watch your step" when exiting the tiled shower and slipping into a plush, monogrammed robe. No need to worry about missing the newest political scandal rocking D.C.: Every bathroom has a 15-inch TV embedded in the mirror. Like the St. Regis, The Jefferson's bathroom would make our list just for the TV built into the vanity mirror. The lovely walk-in rainfall showers come stocked with custom-developed Red Flower toiletries. With hard edges and a gray-scale color palette, the Dupont's bathrooms are firmly in the realm of futuristic chic. The walk-in showers with hand-held heads are simply cool -- and the Kiehl's products are a great touch. They're not the biggest in town by a long shot, but the W's bathrooms makes our list for their cutting-edge design. While the showers are a bit translucent, the frosted glass means there's no full-on |peekaboo effect.
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