Is there anything better than running a bath in a fresh, beautifully decorated bathroom? We think not! Accommodation search site AllTheRooms has selected six stunning hotel bathrooms with inspirational interior design to give you some great ideas. From a stunning beech wood, canoe-shaped bath, through to a deep-sink-tub in a 19th-century building, here are their top picks:

1. Conservatorium, Amsterdam

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If you’re looking for on-trend bathrooms, be sure to check out the ‘I Love Amsterdam Suite’ in the Conservatorium hotel in Amsterdam. The bathroom features an ‘old meets new’ theme, as it’s set in a 19th-century building, with original wooden beams and slanted ceilings. The bathroom has a deep soak tub that is engraved into the floor, and the walls and floors are a light sandstone color. The room’s dark, wooden beams mixed with the sandstone walls make a really stylish combination. You can book a room at the Conservatorium from $390 a night.

2. Claridge’s, London

Claridge’s is one of London’s chicest (and most expensive) hotels — and it has bathrooms fit for a king or queen. Some of the rooms and suites feature luxury black marble bathrooms that are paired with white touches, such as white lilies and pale ornaments. Black marble is definitely making a comeback on the bathroom scene — it makes a bathroom appear cool, fresh and chic. Meanwhile, other bathrooms in the hotel feature a classic black and white tiled floor. If you want to see the hotel’s exquisite bathrooms, book a room at Claridge’s from $683 a night.

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3. Arabian Fortress, Cataluna

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This stunning rental in Sant Pere de Ribers, Cataluna, Spain, features an exotic, Arabian-themed bathroom. The property is an Arabian Fortress that was built in 1770 and has since been renovated. It features an Arabesque bathroom design, with rough stone walls, a large curved bath and simple pottery accessories. Meanwhile, the sink features rough brick-work that makes you feel like you’ve stepped into another era. Arabian-themed bathrooms are super on trend at the moment, check out the Arabian fortress for yourself, and get inspired!

4. Henrietta Hotel, London

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Pink bathrooms have been out of fashion for decades, however, they are now a hot bathroom trend for 2017. The bathrooms in the Henrietta Hotel in London look like something out of a Wes Anderson movie. They feature a minimalistic baby pink, art deco design. We love pink bathrooms paired with luscious green indoor plants, for the perfect pink-green color combination. If you want to live the art deco dream, you can book a room at the Henrietta Hotel from $344 a night.

5. The Banyan Tree, Shanghai

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The Banyan Tree in Shanghai, China, features thick, round white sinks and light wood finishes. The hotel’s top suite bathroom features a deep tub that has been placed into a light, beech wood exterior. The bathrooms offer a truly luxurious experience and showcase simple design at it’s best. There’s also a floor to ceiling window offering panoramic views of Shanghai — so you can really kick back and have a bath with an incredible view. Book a room at the Banyan Tree Shanghai from $252 a night.

6. VIK Millahue, Chile

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The VIK Millahue in Chile is a stunning hotel, which showcases the successful use of the color brown in a bathroom. The hotel’s star bathroom features an incredible beech-wood bathtub that’s shaped like a canoe. The bath, which is around 6ft long, hangs from one side of the bathroom to the opposite side, hovering above the floor. It’s an architectural feast for the eyes. Meanwhile, the bathroom has musky brown colored walls and rough brown touches — it’s a perfect example of how to use brown in a bathroom. Book a room at VIK Chile from $1080 a night.

6 Stunning Hotel Bathrooms To Inspire You for Your Bathroom Remodel was last modified: October 9th, 2017 by Carmela Rodriguez

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