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T+L: World's Coolest Hotel Bathtubs

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Soak up the view from the privacy of your own fabulous hotel bathtub.
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    Husband-and-wife owners Atsushi and Jeanie Fuji recently enlisted architect Kengo Kuma to renovate this 350-year-old ryokan, about a three-hour bullet-train ride from... more
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    A favorite celebrity vacation spot, Molori Safari Lodge knows how to pamper its guests. Five suites have a floor-to-ceiling retractable glass wall, a saligna-wood deck with an... more
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    Of the 11 houses at Bambu Indah, the Afrika House is the largest, with 430 square feet filled with antiques, such as an Ethiopian rawhide bench sourced by the original owners, John... more
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    The visions of many starchitects come together at the Hotel Silken Puerto América: Jean Nouvel took on the façade, penthouse, and 12th floor; Norman Foster tackled the second... more
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    There’s a ritual to using the traditional teakwood baths on the private terraces of the resort’s spa treatment rooms. When the hot water begins to cool, you strike a Buddhist... more
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    Two hot mineral springs feed the oversize granite tub on the terrace of room No. 702 at this Relais & Châteaux–managed ryokan, about an hour outside of Kyoto. Designed by... more
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    The three attic-style suites at this artsy boutique hotel stand out for their side-by-side cast-iron tubs. Nestled on a concrete basin to capture spillover should bath time get... more
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    Located in the luxury Mayakoba development on the Riviera Maya, this Mexican offshoot of the much-loved Asian brand is a perennial winner with travelers, thanks to its dramatic... more
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    At Glen Oaks, a collection of refined-meets-rustic accommodations, our vote goes to Big Sur Cabin for its private outdoor courtyard off the bedroom. You’ll find twin claw-foot... more
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    Argentine artist Mario Dasso hand-carved each bathtub from a single piece of native calden wood, using trees already felled by natural occurrence, like a fire. The hotel shows... more