At Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, being in your freestanding bathtub is a little like being on a private boat. All 100 of the overwater bungalows at the idyllic Resort open up to sweeping views of a crystalline turquoise lagoon. With a tub and outlook this picturesque, you’ll be setting sail for relaxation in no time.
Forget singing in the shower. At Four Seasons Hotel Sydney, it’s the tub that’ll have you breaking into the Hallelujah Chorus. With an unobstructed view of the city’s famous Opera House, the freestanding tub in the Hotel’s Deluxe Royal Suite truly is fit for royalty.
It used to be that a corner office was the thing we all coveted most. Now, it’s a corner suite – especially when there’s a soaker tub pointed at sea and sky. From your watery perch in the Corner Elliot Bay Suite at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, you can survey Elliot Bay, the Seattle waterfront and the Seattle Great Wheel. Talk about a million-dollar view!
It’s the ultimate panorama in paradise: the bathrooms at Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui boast sliding glass doors that open onto your private deck, allowing you to see the Gulf of Siam and coconut trees swaying in the breeze while you bathe.
The bathtubs in some of the Grand Manor bedrooms at Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire have views of historic proportions – literally. Legend has it the former lady of the Manor House, Lady Mildmay, wanted an uninterrupted view of Tundry Pond from her bath. So, she had the church and houses of nearby Dogmersfield Village moved, brick by brick. So, when you lie back in your clawfoot tub and look out across the fields to the Pond, you’ll know who to thank.
Start spreading the news: the best perspective of the Big Apple’s glittering skyline comes from the bathtub in the Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons Hotel New York. And not only does this tub have a view – clad in rare Chinese onyx, the bathtub features a colourful chromotherapy element and an infinity edge.
The palatial retreat in the Presidential Suite at Four Seasons Hotel Istanbul at the Bosphorus is more like a ballroom than a bathroom. This beautifully decorated space features a freestanding tub placed between two grand windows, so you can gaze out at the indigo waters of the Bosphorus River, the minarets of the Old City and the rolling green hills beyond.