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Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
The rough, unfinished natural stone tiles add to the room's rustic air.

Best Hotel Bathrooms in the Dominican Republic(15 of 15)

 The rough, unfinished natural stone tiles add to the room's rustic air.
As for the bathroom at the Sivory, we'll go ahead and say it: A two-person Jacuzzi and a two-person shower with two shower heads on opposing walls can make for a phenomenal couples vacation. The Jacuzzi is next to a window and shaded by a bunch of ferns. (There are shades as well.) Bathrooms come stocked with large (for a hotel) bottles of shampoo and conditioner from Etro. There are also heavy robes waiting next to the Jacuzzi. In the Junior Suite at the Agua Resort, the bathroom includes two Grohe vanity sinks, a separate toilet and bidet room, and a wood-and-slate shower, and a soaking tub trimmed with the same light pebble motif prevalent throughout the resort. A bamboo screen separates the bedroom from the three-part bathroom area. Often, a housekeeper will scatter fresh hibiscus sprigs throughout the bathroom. Designed by Oscar de la Renta, bathrooms at Tortuga Bay are elegant, bright, and spacious, and have coral floors, a deep Jacuzzi tub, a glass shower, and a bidet. The best amenity in Tortuga Bay's bathrooms comes at turn-down: flower petals in a drawn Jacuzzi bath. The masonry is stunning in Natura Cabanas' bathrooms. Replete with sunken tubs, high ceilings, and flower pedals, these are some of the most unique bathrooms Oyster has seen anywhere. The owners gradually constructed each bungalow one at a time since opening the property in 1996. Hand by hand, one by one, they laid the stone in these spectacularly soothing bathrooms. Bathrooms in the junior suites at Casa Colonial are separated from the bedroom by a large window, allowing guests to watch TV from the massive Jacuzzi -- or one another. Bathrooms also have a separate marble walk-in shower and a separate toilet room. The one-bedroom suites have clawfoot tubs. The huge tubs in the rooms at Sanctuary Cap Cana are unequivocally luxe, with more than enough space for Oyster's six-foot-tall reporter to dunk his knees. The rough, unfinished natural stone tiles add to the room's rustic air.