10 Jaw-Dropping Hotel Bathrooms

Talk about a game changer. With the right blend of style, functionality, feng shui, and amenities, the hotel bathroom can serve as a stress reliever, a rejuvenator, a haven for self-care, and, of course, a venue to sip bubbly with your hubby.

Here, 10 jaw-dropping bathrooms from the Stash network.


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Sunset Marquis, West Hollywood, CA

In true Hollywood fashion, Sunset Marquis delivers bathrooms as large and lavish as the stars who use them. The five-by-eight foot rooms boast rainfall shower heads, spacious freestanding tubs, handsome tile walls, and plenty of plush towels and bathrobes–an overall opulence that you image when you image fame and fortune.


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Magnolia Hotel Omaha, Omaha, NE

In Omaha’s Old Market neighborhood lies a Florentine palace with classically arched windows and an interior courtyard. And within the living chambers of the palace, guests find chic bathing rooms with elegant, marble tiling, pedestal sinks, accent lighting, and a jetted tub.


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Hotel on North, Pittsfield, MA

Stylish freestanding tubs, soft colors and bright chrome trimmings, and hardwood pedestals give you the sense you’re in your own private spa. With no two rooms the same, you can rest assured the term “cookie-cutter” does not apply here. One thing you can count on at Hotel on North?  An urban-rustic charm indicative of the Berkshire experience.


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The Cliff House at Pikes Peak, Manitou Springs, CO

Accepting guests since before Colorado officially joined the union, The Cliff House originally stood as a stagecoach stop for capitalists during the gold rush. Today, guests escape the hardships of the road by drawing a bath in the luxurious lavatories that maintain the same golden tones reflective of the hotel’s auspicious past.


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Hotel Julien Dubuque, Dubuque, IA

With early 20th century grandeur and a recent $32 million renovation, soak in the Beaux-Arts style that Hotel Julian Dubuque executes so well.  If you can manage propping yourself up high enough to see over the bath’s bubbles, draw the shades and let the view of the Mississippi River float your worries away.


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Interlaken Inn, Lakeville, CT

Earthy tones, natural lighting, wooden furniture, and a calming painting is everything you’d expect from an inn that’s been in the business since the Revolutionary War. Escape into the New England woods, swim in the state’s deepest lake or cast a few lines from its shore. At the end of it all, a welcoming and massive sanctuary to bathe and relax awaits.


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Napa River Inn, Napa, CA

Downtown Napa’s only four-star boutique hotel delivers riverfront luxury with world famous culture – including renowned wine tastings and nearby restaurants. Inside, the Inn’s clawfoot soaking tubs, plush robes, and gold trimmings might tempt you to stay in an never see and experience the aforementioned externals. A warm bath and a bottle of something bubbly and you’ll think you died and went to heaven.


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The Porches Inn, North Adams, MA

With rustic-framed mirrors, clawfoot bathtubs, shale tile floors, and custom vanities, The Porches bathrooms pay close attention to the region’s past. The Western Massachusetts inn, once inhabited local mill workers, is comprised of six Victorian row houses, connected by long porches and lined with rocking chairs–a blend of New England’s artful history and its modern hipness.


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Tower 23, San Diego, CA

As if listening to the Pacific surf crash against the beach outside wasn’t relaxing enough, some of Tower 23’s rooms offer chromatherapy — floating whirlpool Jacuzzi tubs with an innovative fixture that gives the illusion of water falling from the sky. The stand-alone tub and step-in rain shower are connected to the main room, so you don’t have to open a door to admire or escape to them.


 

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