Hello, weekend, it's nice to see you there! After another long Monday-through-Friday grind, there's nothing sweeter than seeing that our Saturday and Sunday are full of relaxation, respite, and some good old-fashioned daydreaming. To start things off on the right foot, we're stepping through the thresholds of some of the most luxurious spaces we've ever spied. The best part? You can theoretically visit them. Yep, these hotel bathrooms around the world are just begging you to pay them a visit. Think minimalist bathtubs in elegant, curving forms overlooking the Chilean countryside; marble bathrooms featuring painted frescoes dating to the year 1886; a bath set atop an expanse of ocean… Sound good? Scroll now for a closer look at these truly dreamy destinations.
No big deal… Viña Vik's carbon-fiber bathtub overlooking the Chilean wine country isn't anything to write home about or anything.
Marble, Hermès, gold, oh my. One of the most luxurious hotels the world over, it's no surprise that Burj Al Arab Jumeirah's bathrooms are pure opulence.
We prefer to bathe while marveling at 19th century-era Italian frescos painted by famed artists, don't you? Il Salviatino's Affresco Suite bathroom is pure wonderment, and will teach you some art history, too.
The bathrooms at Point Yamu by COMO strike that perfect balance of elevated hotel luxury and sigh-inducing, utterly inviting comfort. We love the rich cobalt tiles.
Carved into the precipitous cliffs of California's awe-inspiring Big Sur region, this entire situation at the Post Ranch Inn is some kind of magic. Can you imagine a soak-time view more epic than Pacific Ocean blue as far as the eye can see?
Which bathroom is most your style? See the rest of these stunning spaces over on Conde Nast Traveler.