We’re not sure if this is a bathroom or Britney Spears’ Vegas residence, but it sure does look like a lot of eccentric fun indeed. The Extreme Wow Suite at the W Singapore Sentosa Cove has a balcony that leads to the suite’s master bathroom. At the centre sits a huge stainless steel, oval bathtub and a custom champagne ice wall which reflects light from the cascading rods of a dazzling chandelier. This definitely has the 'wow' factor written all over it so you'd wanna whip out your phone to snap photos for the 'Gram to immortalise the moment.
Expectations are always high when it comes to the Four Seasons – and the hotel certainly delivers. Even with its bathrooms. Almost the size of many hotel bedrooms, each bathroom at the Four Seasons comes with opulent marble furnishings, double vanity units, lighted magnifying mirrors, a separate WC, shower area, L'Occitane products and of course a large, deep soaking bathtub. The white colonial-style doors and windows with plantation shutters allow for plenty of natural light and ventilation for daytime washers. The room rate includes breakfast, so can we make ‘breakfast in bath’ a thing, please?
This five-star hotel is a jewel-like addition to the sparkling Marina Bay waterfront. Feel like a deliciously smelling king or queen in its fancy bathtub with customised Bottega Veneta amenities to help you relax and rejuvenate. All rooms come with a 19-inch LCD TV meaning hours of soaking entertainment.
Good for keeping an eye on your other half or perhaps best for putting on a show for them, the Carlton City Hotel’s tub is positioned next to an ultra clear glass wall. But don't worry, there's a privacy blind available just in case you’re sharing the room with your mother. Guests who book the Club rooms and suites can enjoy plush toiletries from The White Company. All bathrooms come with a TV too.
At The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, you get to enjoy wonderful butler-drawn baths from an extensive aromatherapy menu. Ring 15 minutes before your desired time and he arrives at your suite ready with a divine selection of tailored amenities. Got an extra $7,888 to spare? Ask for the Champagne Bath and he fills your tub with 135l of Moët & Chandon Champagne. You also get a bottle of vintage Dom Pérignon to sip on, so there’s no need to Google the side effects of champagne mixed with soap.
The eco-chic PARKROYAL on Pickering is a refreshing oasis in a concrete jungle. The baths here are set in earth tones, hued in natural pigments and clad in eco-friendly, recycled composite granite. It’s like journeying into a futuristic outdoor Balinese spa. Baths are incorporated with an ingenious infinity feature, designed to hold as much water without overflowing with reclining backrest slopes. Perfect for nature lovers, this bath is green goodness from head-to-toe.
There’s something extra refreshing about a bath outdoors. So the clever clogs at Capella Singapore have placed a Jacuzzi bathtub on the balcony of its four premium Constellation Rooms (we hear it's a huge hit with honeymooners). Enjoy amenities from AesopSoak as you soak in views of the surrounding lush gardens and the South China Sea. Up the ante and order some bubbly to go with your bubbles and watch the sunset roll in.
The Eden & Nirwana suite at Naumi is an extraordinary Andy Warhol-inspired design dream stylised with interesting shapes and splashes of colour. This Apaiser open-air tub is the epitome of minimalist and stylish. And as all rooms are soundproofed, you can have a bathtub singing session as loud as you like for however long you'd like. Products come from Australian superfood skincare brand SOAK.
The Shangs’ marble bathrooms are romance through and through. Opt to have yours filled with rose petals and candles for the ultimate night in with a loved one, or with your loving self. We just adore this stand-alone soak tub with its mood lighting because nothing beats zoning out of city chaos and submerging into beautifully illuminated warm water.
The Wangz Hotel’s fittingly named Soak Room comes with a gorgeous white round tub with plenty of border space to rest beverages, food or electronics – so you can answer your emails or gossip with pals half underwater. Because, y'know, bath time is a good time to multitask if you absolutely must! The bathroom is fitted with a perforated window where you can enjoy privacy but also a glorious view of the city. Atelier Bloem bath products are supplied and there's even a rose petal service.
Villa Samadhi Singapore has 11 cribs for urban travellers to retreat, but only two of those rooms offer a wooden bathtub. So make sure you get in there early if you want one. These gorgeous pieces of bath-time art are crafted by hand from Samadhi Retreats' workshop in Kuala Lumpur and provide for a smooth and stylish soak with the hotel's signature bath salts. If you haven’t tried a wooden bath, now's the time.
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Whether you’re just looking for some quality me-time, or a romantic getaway with the bae, there’s nothing quite like having your own private Jacuzzi in a swanky hotel room to feel thoroughly pampered. And you don’t always have to splash out on a presidential suite. We round up the options from the affordable to the downright ritzy. RECOMMENDED: 11 best hotels in Singapore to stay in and The most luxurious experiences in Singapore
Treat yo'self to the best hotel experience money can buy with these luxury stays. These hotels don't just offer top-of-the-line service and amenities, they're inherently designed to make you feel like you're a king or a queen. When money is no object, and you’re ready to pull out the stops, check-in to one of these hotels to treat yourself to experience luxury living at its finest. We’re talking personal gyms, in-room jacuzzi tubs, and private pools – on top of the standard club lounge perks.
On our humble little island, there's no short supply of hotels that will make you feel right at home. Conveniently located in the heart of the city, these hotels are just a quick walk, train ride or shuttle away from the city's best attractions like Gardens by the Bay or Sentosa. There are also plenty of restaurant and bar options around to make sure you never go hungry – even if it's way past midnight. Whether you're visiting from out of town or looking to do a quick staycation, these are the best of the best rooms you should check out in to.
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