photography by COMO HOTELS
The Maldives are about as elusive of a vacation spot as it may get, and the COMO Maalifushi is no exception. The bathroom combines a slew of modern elements—by way of the whitewashed walls and elegant tub—with the lush tropics of the surround, resulting in a seamlessly integrated indoor/outdoor experience. If this is the closest we'd get to actually owning an outdoor bath, we would be perfectly content.
photography by COQUI COQUI
Among the many (many) reasons why we can't get enough of Coqui Coqui Merida, their impeccably-designed bathrooms would be at the top of the list. Bold, dark, and elegantly ornate, the establishment promises a one-of-a-kind stay riddled with a rich history of the Yucatan Peninsula.
photography by Shambala Private Game Reserve
photography by RITZ PARIS
It hardly gets any more glamorous than the Ritz Paris. The original icon of glitz and elegance, the newly renovated hotel boasts a serious of inspired decorative elements that are hard to rival. From the swan-shaped faucets gilded in genuine gold leaf to the intricately ornate furnishings, even the more (relatively, of course) modest of baths are too beautiful to believe. File this one under dream bath.
photography by THE LUDLOW
photography by LE JARDIN DES BIEHN
This Moroccan escape is not for the faint of heart. Le Jardin des Biehn's thematically-decked rooms each entail a unique decorative scheme, one slightly more impressive than the next. We've got our eyes on this emerald green spot, where an eclectic array of textures and prints come joined with elaborate fixtures and exotic accents.
photography by Hotel Café Royal
photography by LE ROYAL MONCEAU - RAFFLES PARIS
Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris may come with lavish living quarters but the mirror-clad bathrooms are surely one of the highlights of the hotel. Conceptualized by famed French designer Philippe Starck, the bathrooms are comprised of a clever pairing of mirror and light, resulting in one seriously jaw-dropping finish.
photography by Signiel Seoul
photography by LE MEURICE