Enjoy your own private spa experience without ever leaving your hotel room, at these U.S. hotels with spa-like bathrooms. Book a stay at one of these properties and go straight from your soak to your bed.
Nobu Hotel: Chicago, Illinois
Nobu Hotel Chicago fuses Japanese style and sensibility into the urban environment, and that’s especially obvious in the hotel bathrooms. The Deluxe Corner King room level and above feature large teak soaking tubs—big enough for almost four people—with over-tub trays specially designed to hold a book, your phone, and anything else you want to accompany you into the bath. You’ll also find tea-and-rosemary-scented Natura Bissé amenities, including bath salts and loofahs for the tub; the scent is a custom blend just for Nobu. All the rooms have large walk-in showers, and the Nobu Villa room has its own steam shower. Plus, get a room in the right spot and you’ll have an unobstructed view of Chicago’s skyline right from the bathtub.
American Club Resort: Kohler, Wisconsin
Kohler is already known for its plumbing products and bath fixtures, and you can experience the best of the best in the American Club Resort’s Eau de Vie Suite. Not only does the bathroom have its own personal fireplace next to the tub, but the tub itself is an overflowing sõk bath with chromatherapy lights. The shower is its own experience as well, with a digital thermostat and a steam function that’s exclusive to the suite. If someone needs to use the other facilities while you’re in the tub or shower, they can head to either of two powder rooms inside the suite. On top of all that, you’ll enjoy bath products direct from Kohler Waters Spa—one of only 64 five-star spas in the world.
ESPACIO: Waikiki, Hawaii
There are only nine suites at ESPACIO, allowing for extra attention to be put into the bathrooms to make them as spa-like as possible. Each suite has 3.5 bathrooms decked out in Italian marble. The toilets have washlets on them, there’s a deep soaking tub, the balcony has its own jacuzzi, and—perhaps the best feature—there’s an in-suite dry sauna. No expense was spared on the toiletries either, which are all BVLGARI and Shiseido products. Want a cocktail to drink in your sauna? Call up the white-glove butler service on your in-room iPad and they’ll bring it right to you.
Mountain Shadows: Paradise Valley, Arizona
Many people come to the Scottsdale area for the stunning desert landscape, and the bathroom in the Immerse Guestroom at Mountain Shadows keeps that in mind. There’s a large walk-in shower, sure, but the soaking tub comes with the best view. It’s in the corner of the room and has a direct view to Camelback Mountain. The toiletries from Red Flower all have a custom scent for the resort: desert sweetgrass. If you really want to splurge (and who doesn’t), a $150 Bath Butler Experience can be added on to your stay. The butler will bring you a basketful of bathtime goodies, like bubble bath, a full-size coconut milk bath soak from Herbivore, tea light candles and a full-sized candle, a bottle of wine (your choice of red, white rosé or sparkling), and chocolate-covered strawberries.
The Post Oak Hotel: Houston, Texas
The Post Oak is the only five-star hotel in Texas, and it’s not hard to see why in the ensuite bathrooms. They’re all-white marble, even extending into the shower with a marble toe ledge. There’s an oversized showerhead in the shower, which compliments the oversized soaking tub—which you can rest in while you watch the 27-inch embedded bathroom wall television. Each bathroom also has double sinks and non-fogging mirrors, and everything is lit up by custom crystal light fixtures. The toiletries are luxury as well, custom created for the hotel by Italian brand Acqua Di Parma.
The Chanler at Cliff Walk: Newport, Rhode Island
The 19th-century mansion The Chanler at Cliff Walk exudes elegance, not just in the gardens and rooms themselves, but even down to the in-room bathrooms, which feel like walking into an historic spa. Each one has its own unique perks. The Louis XVI room, for example, has a marble vanilla-colored bath with a double jacuzzi and a crystal chandelier. The Renaissance room has a sunken tub, and the tub in the English Tudor room is something to behold: a six-foot jacuzzi tucked into oak cabinets with Tudor-style grating on the doors. The step-down bathroom in that room is outfitted in dark brown marble and the walk-in shower has multiple body jets. For a more colorful experience, stay in the Moroccan room—it has a purple marble shower.
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