These Luxurious Hotel Bathrooms In Asia Have The Best Views
1/9 The Peninsula Hong Kong
A night at The Peninsula Hong Kong's opulent Peninsula Suite will leave you with every imaginable luxury at your disposal, from airport pick-ups in a Rolls Royce to 24-hour butler services. Then there is the palatial bathroom, offering a spectacular view of Victoria Harbour from a spacious marble-top bathtub, a state-of-the-art TV and digital radio system and even mood lighting.
2/9 Andara Resort & Villas, Phuket
There are lots to love about Andara Resort & Villas, a luxe property situated along 'Millionaires Mile' on the west coast of Phuket. The brainchild of Hong Kong business magnate Allan Zeman who has always been fascinated by the island, Andara's Villas are impeccably designed, with every square-inch utilised to showcase the beauty of the Andaman Sea. From this secluded hideaway, enjoy balmy views of the sea from a lavish indoor bathroom—or go all out (literally) into the arms of nature with the outdoor bathtub and rain shower.
3/9 Aman Tokyo
Simply dubbed Suites, these 141sqm living quarters at Aman Tokyo combine minimalist design with luxurious touches that make for a calming, uncluttered stay. The Suite's all-black stone bathroom with matching bathtub is a welcome sight at the end of a long day, and come nightfall, you'll get to see some incredible views of the financial district as you settle into a bubbly hot bath.
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4/9 Four Seasons Resort Bali Sayan
The Four Seasons Resort Bali Sayan sits between two rivers in the verdant Ayung River Valley up in the highlands of Ubud. With a location so unique, it's no surprise that this eco-friendly resort has bagged numerous awards for its superb architecture, unparalleled views and flawless services.
The Sayan Villa, in particular, is uniquely positioned at the resort's highest point. From your bathroom, you'll be basking in panoramic views of the entire valley. There's also an outdoor shower for when you just can't tear yourself away from those lush surroundings.
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5/9 InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, Vietnam
The perfect combination of beach, mountain and sky are yours to enjoy when you check-in at InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort's three-bedroom Bai Bac Bay Villa, a 500sqm beachfront space with a bird's eye view of a secluded private bay in the Son Tra Peninsula. Flanked by two marble vanities and a plush armchair, the focal point of the villa's bathroom is a massive designer marble bathtub that sits regally beside floor-to-ceiling windows, overlooking the outdoor deck and infinity pool.
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6/9 Grand Hyatt Seoul
The Grand Hyatt Seoul's Presidential Suite has played host to some high profile guests over the years, among them the late Princess Diana and former US president Barack Obama. Its occupants are treated to unparalleled views of Han River and Mount Namsan, whether it be from its spectacularly oversized bedroom, living room or from its spa-inspired bathroom where a decadent window-side soaking tub sits under a radiant chandelier.
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7/9 The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
From the bathroom of The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore's Premier Suite, settle down to sweeping views of Singapore's Marina Bay and the Singapore Flyer through those larger-than-life octagonal windows. So iconic is the view that that the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore regularly curates special offers centred around the experience.
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8/9 Gangtey Lodge, Bhutan
Gangtey Lodge sits above a mystifying valley of the same name, rife with rolling landscapes, majestic mountains and traditional farmhouses. Each of the 12 lavish guestrooms in this newly-opened hotel in the Kingdom of Bhutan takes advantage of the magnificent beauty of its surrounding. Facing the beautiful arched frame windows in the bathroom is an English roll-top bath that lets you enjoy the local scenery while in the lap of luxury.
Speaking of baths, we highly recommend you try traditional Bhutanese "Dotsho" hot stone bath that uses heated river rocks and local herbs that promise to melt all your worries away.
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9/9 Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
When it comes to Kuala Lumpur's skyline, there's no shortage of luxury hotels with amazing views. The Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur, for instance, frames the iconic Petronas Twin Towers with the floor-to-ceiling windows of its lavish Presidential Suite. You can bask in these epic views from the suite's oversized bathroom, where a soak in the tub is the perfect way to unwind at the end of the day.
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