The most extraordinary hotel bathtubs

Read and be amazed!

3 December 2020

Travelling is a luxury that you like to indulge in. Why choose a standard room when you can book a special kind of stay? Nowadays, a hotel must be able to combine design and wellness. Especially an extraordinary bathtub in a beautiful setting invites you to switch off.

Here are the most unusual hotel bathtubs:

Shangri-La's Boracay Resort & Spa, Philippines

Besides the already paradisiacal holiday destination offers the Shangri-La's Boracay Resort & Spa in the Philippines offers an outdoor Jacuzzi of a special kind. On the terrace of the Treehouse Villa is a private tub that gives a view of the beaches of the island.

Here you can relax at a lofty height with a wonderful view.

Holzhotel Forsthofalm, Austria

On the spa roof terrace of the Forsthofalm in Leogang, Tyrol, there is an open-air bathtub with a panoramic view. Guests can book relaxing herbal or soothing oil baths there. Whether single or double use, the heated tub invites you to relax in nature.

Pure relaxation in the open-air bathtub of the Forsthofalm.

Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anatara, Abu Dhabi

An oriental resort with a dream setting. The bathrooms of the suites in the Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Antara in Abu Dhabi are designed with large windows that allow a view over the extensive mangrove forests. The focal point: the bathtub, which offers a panoramic view.

South Place Hotel, London

For all design lovers, the Dominion Room in the South Place Hotel, London a must-see. Not only the hotel's own spa area is a feel-good oasis deluxe, but especially the transparent hotel bathtub in the room is an absolute highlight.

Highlight at the South Place Hotel in London: a transparent bathtub.

Mount Mulligan, Queensland, Australia

In the remote outback of North Queensland at the foot of the Mount Mulligan lies this luxury lodge. From the deep outdoor bathtub on the terrace of the suite, you look out over a reservoir and eucalyptus trees.

Rustic bathing fun on the terrace in Mount Mulligan.

Picture Credits: Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, Holzhotel Forsthofalm, South Place Hotel London, Wilson Archer Films

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