10 of the Most Luxurious Hotel Bathrooms in the U.S.

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Is there anything quite as relaxing as getting back to your hotel room after a long day of sightseeing and taking a soothing bath? If you’re looking to pamper yourself on your next trip, consider staying at one of these 10 properties across the U.S. that have extraordinarily luxurious bathrooms. You might find it hard to leave the tub! 

1. Viceroy Central Park, New York City

Located in the heart of Midtown, just south of Central Park, the Viceroy is an excellent choice for a stay in the Big Apple. Splurge on a suite and enjoy a dazzling, marble-clad bathroom stocked with Roil and Natura Bisse spa products. If you’re on a higher floor, you might be able to gaze out onto the skyline from the tub.

2. The Joule, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Dallas

Some people might come here for the cantilevered pool that juts out over downtown’s Main Street, but we think the bathroom in the Penthouse Suite merits a stay on its own. The exquisite room has intricate mosaic detailing on the floor and the tub, and floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with natural light.

3. The Tides South Beach, Miami

While Miami might conjure images of pulsating, neon-lit nightlife, visitors can retreat to an oasis at the Tides South Beach. Designed by Kelly Wearstler, the bathrooms are decked out with pink marble, and if you book a stay in the Coral Suite, your tub will be perfectly nestled into a windowed corner with views of the sea.

4. Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California

If you’re looking for a rustic-chic vibe, head to the Post Ranch Inn, where luxury and nature meet. The accommodations at this eco-friendly resort offer guests gorgeous tiled soaking tubs, and some might even overlook the Pacific. There’s no need to feel guilty indulging in all of the spa products — they’re organic.

5. Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

Eschewing Vegas’s signature over-the-top aesthetic, the bathrooms at the Mandarin Oriental are modern and sleek. Black marble walls complement the cream marble tub and counters, while frosted glass doors bring in the light. Guests can enjoy spa products by Atelier Cologne.

6. St. Regis Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii

Luxury can be found across the entirety of the St. Regis Princeville, but what truly makes its bathrooms stand out is the incredible view, which can be enjoyed from the shower/tub combo. For privacy, a switch electronically fogs the windows.

7. The Peninsula Chicago

The Peninsula Chicago is ideally situated along the city’s famed Magnificent Mile, so after a long day of shopping, guests won’t have to walk far to find rest. The marble bathrooms are designed with relaxation in mind — soaking tubs come with their own are 19-inch TVs. All you need is a glass of wine for a great wind-down ritual! 

8. The Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas

Unlike the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, the Golden Nugget embraces Vegas’s splashy grandeur in its bathrooms. From palm-patterned wallpaper to black-marble tubs to gold fittings, everything in these bathrooms is bold. They’re great for the Vegas-goer looking to keep the party alive — even in the bath!

9. The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami

A freestanding soaking tub overlooking the water through 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows — need we say more? That’s exactly what you’ll find at the Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour (but be sure to ask for a bathroom with a view upon check-in). There’s also a separate rainfall shower, if you prefer. Don’t miss the flat-screen TV embedded into the mirror.

10. Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City

For a bohemian-luxe stay, check out the Gramercy Park Hotel, filled with bright colors, museum-quality works of art, and celebrities. In the Penthouse Suite, the bathroom’s dark mahogany walls and black marble counters contrast sharply with the white subway tile in the shower/tub combo.

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