If you think you already spend long enough in the bathroom, prepare to extend that time significantly in aid of these magnificent bathroom views.
If you have trouble seeing where the boundaries of this bathroom begins and ends, then this Singita safari lodge has done its job perfectly. Featuring raw, tactile interiors that really do echo the wild outdoors, this floor-to-ceiling, glass-fronted bathroom overlooks the Sabi Sand Reserve, allowing you to immerse yourself in the wild whilst in the safety and comfort of your bath. But if the view proves too tempting, you can simply step outdoors and into your own private, open-air plunge pool.
(Singita Boulders Lodge in Sabi Sand, South Africa. singita.com)
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Set on a hill overlooking the town of Saanenland and the vast Bernese Alps is Gstaad Palace, a hotel housing 104 rooms and suites. Among them is a corner Junior Suite, part-built into one of the building’s towers which houses this bathtub in its bay window. The three tall windows offer an incredible view over the town and into the mountains, so you can watch the cold bustle in the distance whilst remaining in warm and relaxed surroundings.
(Junior Suites Tower at Gstaad Palace in Gstaad, Switzerland. palace.ch)
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Sitting 12 metres above ground amongst the treetops, this spacious treehouse property offers an alternative but no less stunning view of what the Maldives has to offer. Fold back the windows so you can experience the rush of Maldivian air without even stepping outside. Shielded by lush, green palms, this bathroom is a perfectly private space that allows you to refresh and relax whilst high above the hum of activity on the ground.
(Two-bedroom Tree House at Amilla Fushi in the Baa Atoll, Maldives. amilla.mv)