Did you know only 2% of us actually use the tubs found in our hotel room? By adding incredible views and next level luxury into the mix, we think our picks today will bump that number considerably.
Turn the bubbles up to eleven; here are some of the best bathtub views on the planet.
Our top picks: The Best Bathtub Vistas
Thalia Haven, Tasmania
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It’s hard to imagine a more serene setting than Thalia Haven. The beautiful Tasmanian home lies steps from the waters of Great Oyster Bay and is designed as the ultimate escape. There’s not even a road for 2km surrounding the property.
Its bathtub may not be the most opulent in the world, but its location is everything. An evening could be spent, wine glass in hand, enjoying the sound of the waves as the sun sinks below the horizon.
The Underwater Suite at Atlantis
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Dubai isn’t a city to do things by half measures, and the Atlantis Resort is no exception to that rule. It’s home to one of the most spectacular rooms and, in turn, bathtubs on earth.
Its underwater suite is a highlight, where both the bedrooms and bathrooms have unobstructed views of a huge aquarium, complete with sharks, manta rays, and a range of other sea creatures.
Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp
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Sitting on the edge of the Massai Mara in Kenya, Cottar’s Safari Camp is designed to pull guests back to an era of luxury travel – the roaring twenties. Glamping is an understatement in this astonishingly beautiful setting, where no expense has been spared to emulate the experience of years long past.
Of course, after a long day out on safari, what could be better than laying back to enjoy the view of the Savannah in your own rustic camp bath, complete with a bottle of champagne.
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