Hotel bathrooms always feel so luxurious. Thoughtful design, efficient layout, and special touches means hotel bathroom are places for pampering—yet still capable of meeting your needs. If you are about to embark on a bathroom remodel, or simply wish to update your existing digs, these are the stylish hotel bath tips you’ll want to steal.
The recently opened, uber cool Hotel Des Grands Boulevards in Paris made waves for its bold style in practically every corner of the building—and the bathrooms are no exception. Why limit yourself to one pattern or color when you can have three? Take note of this space, which sees hexagon wall tiles, pale blue paint, and pink checkered floor tiles work well together in one sophisticated room.
Bring on the Textiles
LA’s Hotel Covell has nine guest suites, each designed with a unique aesthetic in mind. The collected, eclectic look this creates makes the hotel feel more personal… meaning that replicating this vibe at home should be relatively easy. Bring in a mishmash of textures and materials, like the beautiful antique rug balanced against the industrial metal sconce and natural wicker tray, to add instant interest to your bathroom, too.
Bold Meets Basic
Sometimes all it takes is one bold design feature to create an unforgettable space. The bath in Australian boutique hotel Halcyon House has a neutral palette that allows the vibrantly tiled floor to take center stage. It’s hard to go wrong with square white tile walls and understated touches, and this room is proof.
Tiling a shower can be expensive, but subway tile is an affordable alternative that can still create a spa-quality feel. Saving money on tile means you can splurge on other areas of your bath. Brass fittings, like in this black and white beauty, fit in well with a toned-down look. Everything looks neat and tidy, but never boring.
Sleek and Chic
A marble and brass combination screams luxe. Notice how this bathroom at the 11 Howard in NYC uses clean lines and minimalist touches to keep the look streamlined and bright. All white walls and flooring let the gold fixtures and gorgeous countertop do all the talking. A simple green stem in clear glass and apothecary style toiletries are the only dressing up this beautiful bath requires.
Black and White, Only Better
Not your average hotel bathroom, maybe, but this over-the-top Bangkok beauty is unforgettable. Create the look by using a black and white color scheme with copper accents. Bold mirror and faucet choices will give big bang for your buck.
Veiny marble walls and countertop create an intensely beautiful look. You can go for a bit less by outfitting the counter in marble and painting walls all white. Brass faucets and mirrors are the perfect touch. Notice how the roll top tub and wood flooring give the ultra-glam space a more grounded tone.
More often than not, a hotel bathroom will feature a floating vanity with a lower shelf. This look from The Serras Hotel in Barcelona is sleek and modern and offers a pretty way to display towels and other necessities. Everything you need is visible and within reach. If you love a crisp, tidy look, this style is for you
A vanity will easily add a boutique hotel feel to your bath. This bathroom features double sinks with plenty of counter space, plus a lower counter with seated area for applying makeup. Great for keeping everything in its place.
Clear and Convenient
A clear glass shower door makes this tiny bath appear larger. A stool, for holding towels and shower necessities, lends a feeling of comfort and warmth to the space. Another small touch that most hotels utilize is the tray—perfect for holding smaller items, toiletries, and jewelry.
Lit From Within
Great lighting is a bathroom necessity. Huge mirrors, top notch fixtures, and floor-to-ceiling marble all make this bathroom feel bright and stylish. The patterned marble in this Toronto hotel bath plays a neutral role when paired with dark wood. Oversized windows make this already large space look vast. This bath boasts, very possibly, the best vanity lighting ever.
This story was originally published on January 14, 2017. It was updated on April 24, 2018.
See more hotels we love:
Learn to love your inbox again by signing up for Domino’s daily email.