Most Amazing Bathtubs from All Over the World


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Apart from the opportunity to learn about other cultures and experience new places, one of the greatest things about traveling is staying in amazing locations you would not normally find. It’s even better if the location has a spa!

This could be a stunning clawfoot one or one with breathtaking views. Maybe even one that is rustic up in the mountains. Why not? Nothing is more relaxing than a good soak on vacation. That amazing bathtub! It is located in Botswana’s Sable Alley.

Cottar’s 1920s Camp in Kenya

Cottar’s 1920s Camp Safari in Kenya

The canvas safari bath at Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp was a highlight of my stay. You can relax and soak after a long game drive in the unique canvas baths. You might even see wildlife as you soak.

Sable Alley Bush Bath, Botswana

Botswana’s Sable Alley is a luxurious camp with an outdoor spa set up in the tent. This is a Pinterest-worthy idea! You’ll enjoy more privacy as you test the waters with the tent further away from the main area.

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Oceanfront W Incredible Views Decks A Hot Tub Close

The Ritz-Carlton Singapore

You don’t have to take a spectacular bath outdoors. The Ritz-Carlton, Singapore’s best hotel, boasts some of the most spectacular views from its bathtub. You will feel like you are in a spa when you step into the marble bathroom.

The Ritz Suite has a large jacuzzi tub in its master bathroom, which will make you feel like a VIP.

Thalia Haven in Tasmania

Thalia Haven is a stunning home on a 130-acre wooded peninsula, Tasmania. It is well-known for its beauty and its amazing bath. The tub is located on the deck just outside the main pavilion, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the Great Oyster Bay rocks and waters.

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Whch Ncredble Hotel Tub Would You Choose Travel

Mahali Mzuri, Kenya

Do you think relaxing in a clawfoot tub and taking in the stunning views of Kenya sounds like your cup of tea. Mahali Mzuri means “beautiful spot” in Swahili. This is hardly enough to describe the beauty of this place.

Botswana, Sanctuary Baines’ Camp

Sanctuary Baines’ Camp Botswana, a small camp nestled in a grove with trees and surrounded by papyrus plants, is located in Botswana. Six luxurious suites include four-post beds, sitting rooms, large wooden decks with private pools, and a star bath that allows you to bathe under the African night sky.

Hamanasi Adventure & Dive Resort, Belize

This eco-resort, which was awarded the Best Eco-Resort in Belize’s Coast, did not disappoint. You can bet I was sold when I saw the tub overlooking the jungle!

Waitomo Hilltop Glamping, New Zealand

The Waitomo Hilltop offers glamping at its best with stunning views of New Zealand’s farmland. The clawfoot tubs are set on a wooden deck that overlooks the green hills. These tubs are the ideal place to end your night after you’ve made s’mores at your own firepit.

Cheetah Plains, Sabi Sands (South Africa)

My favorite design feature was the open-air bath at Cheetah plains. It is completely extravagant, but I love it. The property is truly unique, combining innovative design with the simplicity of nature.

The Zen Den Hidden Bath & Oasis

This is the ultimate spa experience. The studio is a cute, cozy spot that’s easy to reach from all the shops, restaurants, and microbreweries in Arcata’s Plaza.

Bonus: Budapest’s Baths, Hungary

Although it isn’t exactly a “bathtub”, what list would be complete if there weren’t the Budapest baths? Szechenyi bath–Budapest’s largest, most grandiose, and busiest thermal spa–is my favorite. It is also the city’s original bath, dating back from 1913.

All in all

Do you know of any amazing baths around the globe? Please share your ideas in the comments!

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