Just like crisp immaculately ironed Egyptian cotton pillowcases are a true giveaway of luxury, a hotel’s bathroom, too, is a great way to gauge a standard of comfort and service. A jaw-dropping open rainfall shower, local, high-quality complimentary beauty and wellness products, and an indulgent deep bathtub add that extra special something to a trip away. But there are some hotels across the country that truly excel in this department. To the point that you might want to book a stay just to lounge in the bath! Recently Hotels.com published a report stating that at the peak of the pandemic, bathtubs were the most requested hotel amenity on the booking site. So we’ve done some of the leg work for you and put together some of the best hotels with big bathtubs across the US.
10 Hotels With Bathtubs so Luxurious You’ll Never Want To Leave the Room
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Waldorf Astoria, Las Vegas, Nevada
The bathtubs in the suites at the Waldorf Astoria differ slightly in grandeur, but all are standalone and offer an unparalleled view of the Las Vegas strip. The Penthouse Suite is without a doubt one of the most impressive hotel bathrooms in the US. Enclosed in glass, the sleek, sophisticated sunken bath is surrounded by heavy polished European marble and offers guests a selection of a signature 20-piece collection of Salvatore Ferragamo bath products. Personally, I couldn’t think of a better way to enjoy Las Vegas than with a glass of bubbly in this tub.
The Standard High Line, New York
The standalone bathtubs at The Standard also offer sweeping panoramic views. This bathroom is located in the chic hotel’s Corner King room and has floor-to-ceiling windows, offering you an opportunity to bathe in the sunset light — literally. You can even add a Bubbles package, in which you’ll get an iced bottle of Möet to sip while you relax.
The Driskill, Austin, Texas
The historic hotel of The Driskill is glamourous and opulent with a reputation for having outstanding Southern hospitality. While it is fully restored and redecorated, it retains the design details of the original hotel built in 1886. The hotel’s suites also hold on to the original grandeur — especially in the bathrooms. Bathtubs are set under stain-glassed windows. For an extra special treat, splurge on the Cattle Baron suite which has a Jacuzzi tub in the master bathroom.
NoMad Las Vegas, Nevada
If you love Old World charm, NoMad Las Vegas serves this up in spades. Although it’s one of the strip’s most popular casino hotels, its design aesthetic is classic European, with an edge of sophistication that’s often hard to find in Vegas. Although the Morrocan-style outdoor pool and lounge area is a stunning place to relax, the suites at NoMad come with an in-room standalone bathtub and boutique-feeling marble fixtures. The pedestal soaking tub is huge and can almost fit two guests — a perfect place to luxuriate away from the Vegas lights.
Alila Ventana, Big Sur, California
The Alila Ventana is as iconic as you can get in California. Suites offer guests views of the coast and the mountainsides of Big Sur. The resort reopened in 2017 and offers packages for adults only. Each of the 59 rooms and suites has private balconies, or a patio, in which you can enjoy a relaxing bath with open doors leading to the deck.
Mountain Shadows Resort, Scottsdale, Arizona
This resort was also upgraded and rebuilt in 2017 and stands out as one of the most luxurious stays in the foothills of Camelback Mountain. Guests can enjoy the modern and sleek-designed bathrooms, many of which have stunning desert views. Each of the rooms has magnificent large bathtubs, plush robes, and a huge glass shower.
HALL Arts Hotel, Dallas, Texas
Located in the Arts District of the city, The HALL Arts Hotel‘s Avant Garde suites celebrate local artists without diminishing a luxurious boutique ambiance. If you are looking specifically for hotels with big bathtubs, this will not disappoint. Guests can relax in their standalone in front of floor-to-ceiling windows, again offering guests sweeping views of the skyline — including some of the most iconic buildings in Dallas.
The Williamsburg Hotel, Brooklyn, New York
The Williamsburg Hotel is the epitome of “hip,” offering a more intimate, laid-back vibe than the other hotels of its standard in Brooklyn. The rooms are punctuated with a calming color pallet of rich leather brown, mustard soft furnishings, and, of course, its iconic aqua blue tiles in the bathroom. The Loft Suite, in particular, is worth booking. Reviews state it’s more like a large New York apartment than a more typical cramped hotel room, commonly found in the area. The beautifully tiled wet-room comes with a walk-in shower and standalone tub — both of which have views of the surrounding neighborhood.
Viceroy Snowmass, Snowmass Village, Colorado
It comes as no surprise that the Viceroy Snowmass, located in the heart of Snowmass Village, is popular with snow bunnies enjoying the slopes of the Snowmass Ski Area. And what better way to end an action-packed day with a long soak in a bubble bath? We recommend booking the studio residence guest rooms which come with modern amenities such as a kitchen, fireplace, mountain views, and a large bathtub that has been carefully placed in the middle of the studio.
The Setai, Miami Beach, Florida
Nothing says “Bienvenido a Miami,” like the institution of The Setai. Sitting a mere few steps away from South Beach, The Setai looms over the sand but offers guests privacy and relaxed vibes. Although many of the bathrooms do not have sweeping views, they are lavished in dark wood and Asian-inspired design details. Reminisce of a calming spa, the stunning black granite tub offers guests a tranquil haven from Miami culture and makes this one of the best hotels with big bathtubs.