For the intrepid introvert who prefers to soak up the beauty of the world in total privacy, these luxury hotel bathtubs offer million dollar views

Alila SCDB, Jakarta, Indonesia

In the heart of Jakarta is Alila SCBD—short for Sudirman Central Business District. The hotel's design play with the building's unique architecture, designed by Bangkok-based IAW, including in the guest rooms where large white bathtubs that look out over the city through large beams. 

Alila Ubud Bali

Each of Alila Ubud Bali's four pool feature a wild indoor-outdoor bathroom with a large bathtub sunk in the middle of a koi-filled lotus pond.

Amanoi, Vietnam

The light-filled bathroom in Amanoi features a deep soaking bathtub set in a prime position to enjoy views of surrounding Vinh Hy Bay and its incredible gold and pink sunsets. 

Aman Tokyo, Japan

Aman Tokyo is like an ryokan in the sky. The rooms celebrate Japanese tradition with the use of camphor wood, washi paper, and kakou gan granite. The tranquil bathrooms feature large furo soaking tubs—an integral part of the Japanese bathing ritual—with sweeping views over Tokyo’s Otemachi district. 

Andaz Singapore

Pressed up against soaring windows, a bath at Andaz Singapore means soaking up stunning views of the Singapore skyline and Marina Bay area.

Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, UAE

A true escape from the world we know, the Underwater Suite at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai sits inside the property's stunning Ambassador Lagoon—a 10-metre-deep marine habitat exhibit that's home to 65,000 marine animals. The bathtub in the Underwater Suite sits next to a large window where sharks, rays and fish casually swim by. 

Hotel Aire de Bardenas, Spain

Set within the other-worldy semi-desert landscape of Spain's Bardenas Reales Nature Reserve is Hotel Aire de Bardenas. Here, you can catch a serene sunrise or stargaze in solitude in the outdoor steampunk-esque copper bathtubs. 

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Hotel de Sers, Paris, France

The Eiffel Suite at Hotel de Sers has a bright and airy bathroom that opens up to an adorable French terrace with views of the Eiffel Tower and The American Cathedral, best enjoyed from the traditional clawfoot bathtub. 

Hotel Hassler Roma, Rome, Italy

The bathtub in the Hassler Penthouse at Hotel Hassler Roma, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, has soaring views over the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican.

The Langham, Chicago, United States

The sprawling 2,700 square foot Infinity Suite at The Langham, Chicago includes a stunning marble bathroom. The freestanding bathtub is set next to a large window, overlooking downtown Chi-town’s iconic architecture.

Matakauri Lodge, Queensland, New Zealand

Matakauri Lodge sits on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. According to Mauri legend, Lake Wakatipu was created when a warrior slayed a giant, burning his body on the snow of the neighbouring mountains, including The Remarkables—a mountain range some may recognise from the Lord of the Rings trilogy. 

Oberoi Amarvilas, Agra, India

The bathroom of the opulent Kohinoor Suite at Oberoi Amarvilas stays true to the hotel's Moorish architecture-inspired design, with marquetry tables and rich earthy hues. What's most impressive about it, however, has to be the freestanding tub from which guests can get a glimpse of the Taj Mahal from just 600 metres away. 

One & Only Cape Town, South Africa

The oversized bathtub is the focal point of the spacious bathrooms at One & Only Cape Town. Framed by a large window with dramatic draped textiles, the bath looks out to Cape Town's Table Mountain.

Ponta dos Ganchos, Brazil

Ponta dos Ganchos is an all-bungalow resort in Florianopolis, about an hour flight from São Paulo, Brazil. Make the trek worthwhile and book the exclusive Especial Esmeralda bungalow. Its beautiful bathroom is situated in a glass enclosure that looks over the Emerald Coast sea, with a whirlpool bathtub and its very own dry sauna. 

Punta Tragara Hotel, Capri, Italy

Set along a dramatic cliff overlooking Capri’s famous Faraglioni rocks is Punta Tragara Hotel. Here, the oversized bathtub in the Art Suite sits by a semi-circular window, which perfectly frames one of Capri’s most iconic views. 

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Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, California, United States

A modern take on the classic, cosy cabin, Post House at Post Ranch Inn has panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, up and down the Big Sur coastline, including from the spacious standalone bathtub. 

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong's presidential suite, perched on the 117th floor, is home to the highest hotel bathroom in the city—an unapologetically lavish marble-clad masterpiece featuring rain shower heads and an oversized soaking tub with aerial views of a picture-perfect Hong Kong skyline. 

Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

The bathtubs at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore sit directly under an octagon-shaped bay window with view of Marina Bay Sands, the Singapore Flyer and the Artscience Museum—it's a view that's particularly sparkly at night. 

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Royal Chundu Island Lodge, Zambia

Royal Chundu is Zambia's first and only Relais & Châteaux property. The Island Lodge houses just four spacious villas, each with an outdoor bathtub overlooking the Zambezi River. 

Sanctuary Baines' Camp, Botswana

The exclusive Sanctuary Baines’ Camp features only five luxury suites. Set on raised platforms above the Boro River and the Moremi Game Reserve, their outdoor bathtubs expose guests to some pretty incredible views from roaming elephants and big cats to an incredible sky full of stars. 

Satoyama Jujo, Niigata, japan

Most rooms at Japanese mountain retreat, Satoyama Jujo, come with a cypress wood bath on an outdoor terrace, surrounded by the beech forests and cascading rice paddies of Minami-Uonuma. 

The Shanghai Edition, China

The bathtubs in The Shanghai Edition's two Terrace Suites, both located on the 26th floor, offer 180-degree views of the Bund and Shanghai's dynamic neon-lit skyline. 

Shangri-La The Shard, London, United Kingdom

The Shangri-La The Shard in London occupies the 34th to the 52nd floors of architect Renzo Piano’s world-famous building. Guest rooms have floor-to-ceiling glass in place of exterior walls, including in the bathrooms where aerial views over London can be enjoyed from the tub. 

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Six Senses Paro, Bhutan

Six Senses Paro is perched on a hillside in the mountainous kingdom of Bhutan, surrounded by pine forests and within walking distance of ancient monasteries. Its 20 spacious villas and suites house deep soaking tubs next to large wood-panelled windows that open to breathtaking valley views.

St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort

Everything about the overwater villas at The St Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort is impressive, including the deep soaking bathtub that looks over the azure waters of the neighbouring atoll. 

Thalia Haven, Tasmania, Australia

Thalia Haven on Tasmania's east coast is a wild and secluded stone house retreat. Its outdoor bathtub sits on a large wooden deck, where you can gaze out to the islands and rocks of Great Oyster Bay, lose yourself in a wide sky of stars or—if you’re lucky—a phosphorescent sea. 

The Dominick Hotel, New York, United States

The Landmark Sunset Penthouse at The Dominick Hotel in New York's SoHi district has a lot going for it, including soaring 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, Fendi Casa furnishings and a marble bathroom with a bathtub with views of the Empire State Building. 

The Standard London, United Kingdom

Woody with pops of colour for a mid-century modern vibe, the terraced suites at The Standard London feature outdoor bathtubs overlooking St Pancras station. 

The Upper House, Hong Kong

Every one of the taupe-toned rooms at The Upper House in Hong Kong, designed by André Fu, comes with a perfectly placed limestone bathtub facing mountain or harbour views. At night, the clever design plays with light and reflections, creating the illusion of bringing the city's glittering skycrapers, in. 

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The Williamsburg Hotel, New York, United States

The Premier Skyline Suite at The Williamsburg Hotel in Brooklyn features turquoise tiles, brass accents and a retro-chic standalone tub with180-degree views of Brooklyn and the New York City skyline.  

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