Check out our selection of villas with the most luxurious bathrooms.
Villa Le Rose
Florence Area, Italy
Villa Le Rose is an original Renaissance villa, built in the 15th century for the Colomboli family and lovingly restored by the Ferragamo family, today’s owners. The whole property celebrates the arts - the ballroom, for instance, is decorated with stunning frescoes and graced by a Steinway piano once played by Maestro Arthur Rubinstein. The lavish display doesn’t stop with the public rooms – the six bedrooms and bathrooms are just as ornate, especially the Baldacchino Suite, which presents 18th century artwork and a bathroom suite in black marble and ancient crystal.
Villa ClaraRome, Italy
Fit for a 21st Century Roman emperor, Villa Clara sits in a fashionable part of Rome, the Parioli district, surrounded by embassies and the fantastic gardens of Villa Borghese. The materials used to decorate this stunning home are really opulent – golden mosaics mix with polished marbles and delicate Chinese furnishing, creating an hedonistic atmosphere, ideal for a contemporary Oscar Wilde or Gabriele D’Annunzio. Whether soaking in the marble bath or soaking up the 360 degrees views over the Eternal city, guests will experience an immersion in pure, unadulterated luxury.
Chalet Spa Bali
Indoor and outdoor living have their boundaries blurred in this outstanding estate on the cliffs of Uluwatu. Comprised of four independent villas and four large suites, all with private gardens, some of which feature outdoor stone marble bathtubs, the property boasts an amazing covered living space with sea views in the middle of the grounds; a great gathering point where the whole family can spend time together. The villa offers an amazing 21-foot infinity pool, a fully-equipped gym, spa facilities, and even a conference room ideal for corporate retreats. However, the main feature of the property is definitely its immersion in nature with carp and turtles swimming in ponds and an aviary rich with tropical birds.
Thick walls and vaulted ceilings are the trademarks of this luxurious Masseria, which started life as a farmhouse in the 17th century. Nowadays, the white-stone building is a sophisticated and eclectic mix of traditional Apulian architecture, object-d’art and contemporary touches, a theme that flows from the large living spaces to the quirky bathrooms. The majestic 173-acre park, with ancient woodland and a dramatic olive grove, allows for absolute peace and privacy, while guests can enjoy plenty of amenities like a large pool with a Jacuzzi, a gym, and a hammam. The courtyard is perfect for enjoying al fresco dinners with fresh produce from the organic garden, in true Apulian tradition.
Punta Mita, Mexico
Raw materials such as stone and wood are the backbone of this amazing villa in the beautiful Punta Mita. The interiors are carefully crafted, in order to create a feeling of comfort and relaxation that spreads from the bedrooms and bathrooms and is accentuated by the outdoor lounge and dining areas, vast infinity pool, sand terraces, and of course, the private access to Bahia surf break, the best surfing spot in Punta Mita. This villa really is a unique gem in a stunning destination, with undeniable appeal to discerning guests wishing to indulge in a luxury holiday, whist at the same time making the best of the diverse experiences and activities available in the area.