Accessible only by helicopter or private plane, Bazaruto island off the southern coast of Medjumbe is true castaway fodder. The pool villas are expertly designed for maximum privacy and this archipelago of islands is renowned for its pristine white sand beaches and impressive marine life visible from traditional Dhow boats.
Forget everything you’ve heard of Full Moon parties and buckets, Koh Phangan is a tropical haven featuring some of the most jaw dropping Thai beaches fringed by thick coconut palm trees. The sun dappled bathrooms at Anantara Rasananda have just the right encroachment of nature, welcoming a touch of tropics for ultimate bathroom paradise.
The view from the Royal Mountain Villa at Al Jabal Al Akhdar is truly worthy of a princess; gaze out at the mesmerising Diana’s Point from your sunken marble bath tub and feel as if you’re floating on air. This double story villa is one of a kind, and with 700sqm of privacy it’s certainly fit for a king.
What would a Maldives stay be without an open-air bathroom, clean lines and dreamy, beach chic décor? The recently renovated bathrooms at Dhigu check all these boxes and more with an inviting tub or waterfall shower to choose from or endless views over azure horizons.
Sink into relaxing bliss in an impossibly deep bathtub as the twinkling lights from bobbing squid fisherman illuminate the bay of Quy Nhon, visible beyond your private pool and the unspoiled beach. After a day spent exploring Chaam temples and sampling mouthwatering Vietnamese cuisine, who can blame you for needing a little ‘me time?’
Anantara Layan is a Bathroom Junkie’s nectar, with its art deco colour scheme evoking the prestige and refinery of Ancient Siam, accents of texture are provided by non-other that Jim Thompson silks. We’ve all heard of his and her sinks, but his and her outdoor showers are worthy of a shower singing contest.
The palatial setting of Anantara Villa Padierna Palace is lifted straight from a fairytale with all the regal grandeur of a bygone era. Ostentatious Tuscan finishes and ornate mirrors are certainly worthy of a selfie in your evening finery before you descend to a romantic dinner in a wisteria laden cloister.