The Most Instagrammable Hotel Bathtubs In the World
And the coordinating bathing products to complete the perfect image.
Published Sep 30, 2017 9:00 AM
All the tubs from Paris to Amsterdam to Thailand for the ultimate Instagramming, wanderlusting inspiration. And every single product you should bring along for a stylish pairing.
Molori Safari South Africa’s Molori Safari is the boutique safari lodge of your dreams, comprised of only five, special open-air suites. With breathtaking views of the Dwarsberg Mountains, Molori offers 75,000 conservation reserve acres, which is home to the Super Seven: lions, elephants, rhinos, buffalo, leopard, cheetah, and wild dog. Bring along a South African favorite for that gorgeous outdoor bathtub, African Botanics Kalahari Desert De-Tox Bath Salts ($75), which curates salt from the Kalahari desert and botanicals sourced from the southern tip of Africa. Luxuriate in that bath while the salts boost circulation and draw out impurities—dissolving tension, muscle aches, and stress.
Hôtel Ritz Paris Ah, we’ll always have (this) Paris (bath). It’s been a while, but the Ritz is back in action after a four-year renovation. Celebrate in this bathtub and moisturize with Buly 1803 Lait Virginal ($46)—the most gorgeous body lotion possibly ever made.
This Amsterdam gem is a collection of 25 canal houses, each featuring an eclectic mix of color combos and textures inspired by Dutch master paintings. Grab a bottle of body gel that’s fit for Rembrandt with this Hermès Eau d’Orange Verte Hair and Body Shower Gel ($43) in a fresh citrus scent.
Four Season Sayan
Hidden in a lush paradise beside the Ayung River in Bali, the Four Seasons Sayan is one of the most special places in the world. And this bath situated in a lily pond (yes!) is all of your bathing dreams come true. Channel Mother Nature with this Leif Herbal Bath Tea Soak ($42), which blends a mix of flowers—rose, calendula, jasmine, and hibiscus—with lavender buds and essential oil for an indulgent bath. Then, at the end of the bath, take the tea bag of flowers and exfoliate it against the skin.
Hôtel de Crillon
Reopening in 2017, the Hôtel de Crillon is decorated with a mix of bespoke furniture and carefully chosen objets d’art. It features unrivaled views of the Place de la Concorde (oh, and 24-hour, tailor-made butler service for all guests). Channel the luxurious French favorite with another luxe French favorite: Leonor Greyl Masque Quintessence ($145), which is the most reparative and moisturizing hair mask for dry and colored hair. Mais oui!
Four Seasons Resort Anguilla
Hotel Silken Puerta América
Featuring an avant-garde composition, each floor of the Silken is designed by a different international architect, from the likes of Norman Foster, Jean Nouvel, and Zaha Hadid. Gain inspiration from this incredibly bold bathroom and bring along the boldly orange blossomed scented Régime des Fleurs’ Nitesurf ($221).
Four Seasons Golden Triangle
This luxuriously tented “mahout” (elephant trainers) camp is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Bring along the best Polishing Body Brush by Aromatherapy Associates ($32) for glowing and efficient exfoliation.
The NoMad Hotel
New York’s NoMad Hotel in the Parisian-inspired Beaux-Arts building has a clawfoot tub worthy of a lengthy soak. Grab this Aesop Chamomile Concentrate Anti-Blemish Mask ($45), which will blend beautifully in the classic, European-designed room. The chamomile mask is brilliant at drawing out impurities, absorbing excess oil, and diminishing redness.
Mio Buenos Aires
Every single bathtub at Mio in Buenos Aires is handcrafted by Mario Dasso, a talented Argentinian artist who specializes in wood sculptures based on his ancestors’ ancient practices. Channel the gorgeous wood designs with this Maison Francis Kurkdjian Oud Scented Body Cream ($75), which is scented with cedar wood from the Atlas mountains, patchouli, and saffron for the ultimate wood pairing.
Pack a bag to this luxe Tokyo serene sanctuary that draws inspiration from traditional Japanese residences, but don’t forget the perfectly paired Japanese favorite Shiseido Bio-Performance Glow Revival Serum ($89). It dramatically reduces the appearance of redness, discoloration, dullness, and signs of aging.
1 Hotels Brooklyn Bridge
Channel 1 Hotels’ waterfront retreat vibes with L’Objet’s gorgeous Bois Sauvage Bath Salts ($60), which match the sleekness of the bold textured bathtub.
Okay, it’s not exactly a hotel, but rather an Airbnb owned by famed and exuberant designer Betsey Johnson (and designed by architect Andrés Benítez). But that bath? It’s perfect for Coqui Coqui’s bestselling Orange Blossom Bath Oil ($52).
The Temple House
Part of the impressive Swire Hotels collection, The Temple House in China is named after and inspired by the nearby Daci Temple. Honor the hotel’s contemporary sleek design with Giorgio Armani Crema Nera Extrema Eye Serum ($150). The anti-aging serum is brilliant at lifting, helping to create younger-looking and nourished skin.
Soho House Berlin
Soho House Berlin opened in 2010, but the building itself, in the creative Mitte district, is nearly 100 years old. Pair the minimalist, jewel-colored decor with your bathing accessories with the minimalist Binu Binu Celadon Tea Ceremony Soap ($18). The milky green tone features healing clay, green tea, and boricha tea for a purifying and cleansing experience.
This story was originally published July 21, 2017. It was updated September 30, 2017.