These are the places with the most beautiful bathtubs in the world

Bathing dreams come true in these oases of tranquillity

10 February 2021

Letting yourself slide into the warm bathtub, taking a deep breath, forgetting all your worries and reading a good book - that's what the perfect bathing experience should look like. We have the five places with the most beautiful bathtubs in the world for you. And there's the perfect literary accompaniment to go with it.


Bathing in paradise

The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort impresses not only with its beautiful villas with private pools, but also the bathrooms reach a new level: Through the floor-to-ceiling windows, which can be opened completely, you can enjoy an unobstructed view of the Indian Ocean. The large bathtubs, which are also beautifully designed, allow a front row seat to enjoy this picturesque view of the Indian Ocean. Maldives to enjoy. A relaxing bubble bath is also particularly magical, while the sun sets over the ocean outside the window and the sky slowly turns purple. The only danger: you might be too distracted by the natural spectacle to concentrate on a book. The best books to read here are poetry books that you can devour in small bites, such as the latest work by the Indian Rupi Kaur, "Home Body" or its predecessor "Milk and Honey".


Between cacti and cowboys in Arizona

Whether in a book, or the bathtub embedded in the floor: In the newly renovated JTH Tucson Arizona is a great place to sink into! The designer duo behind the grandiose interior has managed to transform the previously stale bathroom into an oasis of tranquility. Amidst the sandy landscape on the edge of Saguaro National Park, guests will find space to reflect, unwind and creatively flow. Those who descend into the bathtub here are urged to have the novel Heartland with them. Author Téa Obreht succeeds here in reinventing the Western genre and making it worth reading for the 21st century.


The largest and most natural bathtub

Hotspot St. Pete/Clearwater you have the most beautiful and at the same time most natural bath tub directly in front of the door: The Gulf of Mexico! This attracts almost all year round with warm water temperatures that are perfect for swimming. The beautiful beaches are the perfect place to read a book while listening to the sound of the waves - and maybe even get a tan. What better book to read than the New York Times bestseller "Beach Read" by Emily Henry? The romantic comedy can be devoured in a single beach day. The St. Pete/Clearwater region is home to two of the most beautiful beaches in the U.S., St. Pete Beach and Clearwater Beach, which have won numerous awards. But even beyond that, you'll find plenty of beaches that are great for swimming and reading.


Foamy dreams with hard rock vibes

Competing with the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean - truly no easy feat. Therefore, the designers of the Hard Rock Hotel Maldives simply decided to make the sea the undisputed highlight of the Platinum Overwater Pool Villa. So if you sink into the warm depths of the gently curved bathtub for a little bubble bath, you can look through a large window directly onto the blue of the sea and almost swim with the fish. Listen to the specially curated playlist of the hotel's own vibe manager and sip a Coconut, Banana & Honey Mango Smoothie for an extra dose of Vitamin Sea. If you can and want to hold a book in your other hand, we recommend the funny classic "Around the World in 80 Days" by Jules Verne.


Relaxation in the desert

Another highlight in Arizona is the city of Scottsdale. In the middle of the Sonora Desert is an oasis of tranquility: the Royal Palms Resort & Spa invites its guests to its Spanish-style casitas and its excellent ALVADORA Spa. Apart from exclusive offers and treatments, such as the CBD oil massage or the Ayurveda treatment with aromatherapy, which is based on the yoga range, the Aqua Dolce bathtub is also located in the spa area. Here you can relax in the hot water to your heart's content. It overlooks a small private courtyard, which is not only planted with local plants, but also has a glowing fireplace. A book is recommended here, which will immerse you in a completely different world: "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien takes the reader into the distant Shire and the adventures of the hobbit Bilbo Baggins.

Picture Credits: Saud Edum, Hard Rock Hotels, Royals Palms Resort and Spa, Marriott International, JTH Tucson

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