The bathroom may not top the list of priorities for most people when planning a trip but a relaxing bath in a beautiful bathroom is often just what you need after a hard day’s exploring or sunbathing. When the baths comes with stunning views like these you may end up spending more time in the bathroom than you planned.
Soaring above the city, Mandarin Oriental, New York enjoys an unbeatable setting in the midst of the action. Stunning floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Hudson River, Central Park and Manhattan’s glittering skyline. The hotel is also perfectly sitated for all the cities attractions, shopping and nightlife.
Nestled on a lush tropical hillside above Kamala Beach. Overlooking the endless blue of the Andaman Sea, this Phuket boutique hotel offers the pinnacle of tropical living with private infinity pools, world-class service, and exclusive, modern villa residences touched with Thai influence.
Southern Ocean Lodge is Australia’s first true luxury lodge, offering a unique and exclusive travel experience on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Floating atop a secluded cliff on a rugged stretch of coast, the lodge commands peerless views of the wild Southern Ocean and pristine Kangaroo Island wilderness.
On the banks of the mighty Zambezi, Tongabezi Lodge reflects the mystery, style and spirit of old Africa. The lodge is privately owned and run, with the emphasis on exclusivity and romance, enhanced by the warm hospitality of the people of Zambia. The 5 River Cottages along the river bank have large beds, private verandah and these superb baths.
Set in the municipality of Governador Celso Ramos, Ponta dos Ganchos is an adventure into the exquisite. Exceptional service and attention attention to detail combine with a relaxed atmosphere for to let you enjoy a small piece of old-time Brazil with its pretty little fishing villages, peopled by the descendents of the first Azorean immigrants to settle the Santa Catarina coast.
Opened in 2010 the first Taj in Africa is set in two historical landmarks. The old Reserve Bank and Board of Executors buildings now immaculately restored and united as one. The JIVA Grande Spa’s star attraction is the resident Ayurvedic doctor but the hotel’s crowning glory is the Presidential Suite on the 17th floor, which has the biggest terrace in town and equally amazing views from the bath.
This is Hong Kong’s most famous hotel, theplace to stay if you have a penchant for the historical. Built in 1928, it exudes elegance, from its white-gloved doormen and one of the world’s largest limousine fleets of Rolls-Royces to its ornate lobby, Hong Kong’s foremost spot for afternoon tea and people-watching. The Presedential Suite has a jacuzzi bath with a fabulous view of the city.
Singita Sasakwa Lodge is one of three Singita lodges in this enormous private concession (350 000 acres), which means that you’ll have this wild stretch of Africa all to yourself. Each cottage has a private infinity-edge pool and bath overlooking ‘where the land stretches to forever’.