In a move sure to excite the inner child in all of us, Virgin Holidays has constructed a 35-foot treehouse on London’s Southbank.
A beautiful, roomy bathroom provides a lovely retreat to soak away your stress, prep for your day, or simply unwind. The best hotels know how enticing a gorgeous bathroom can be offering views from the tub, outdoor options, and stunning materials. Whether you want to take in the skyline at The Langham Chicago or soak next to hundreds of fish in an underwater bathroom in Dubai, we’ve found some of the most incredible hotel bathrooms in the world. Check out our 12 favorites: Related:How This Standard Hotel Executive Preps For His Day3 Reasons to Toss Petals into Your TubThe Art of the Baller Bath
DO disturb hotels when they don’t mention these common problems. (Photo: Shutterstock/Thinkstock) On average hotels do a much better job of satisfying customers than airlines—a conclusion supported by many surveys and ranking systems. But beating the airlines is a pretty low bar: No modern hotel accommodations are as downright uncomfortable and unpleasant as an economy class airline seat. Even so, however, many hotels and hotel chains harbor some dirty little secrets they’d prefer to keep under wraps.
We search for historic inns, trendy city hotels, and quaint bed and breakfasts. Some of the places we have told you about are reportedly… well um… occupied… by um…ghosts. The Union Station Hotel in Nashville is the the most haunted hotel in Tennessee. Alabama The Ft. Conde Inn originally opened in 1936, but was restored in 2011. Alaska Silver Bow Inn in Juneau is supposedly haunted by the friendly baker, Gus Messerschmidt, who opened the bakery that is now part of the inn.
The Hotel: The New York Edition, which is the vision of legendary hotelier Ian Schrager and Marriott, in their third Edition brand hotel. First Impressions: The entrance to the hotel is located on a quiet side street right off of charming Madison Square Park.