No longer is an en suite thought the height of luxury when staying in a hotel as most of us enjoy them in our own homes. Now when we book a suite for a special occasion to feel truly spoilt we want the bath in the actual room! We’ve had a search and brought you five incredibly luxurious suites with the ultimate in luxury – the in-room tub! Do comment below and let us know of any others you have found – or indeed if you have been lucky enough to stay in any of these!

1. Guvnors Suite – Montague on the Gardens, Bloomsbury, London

The Montague on the Gardens - Guv'nors Suite
The Montague on the Gardens – Guv’nors Suite

The two-bedroom Guv’nor’s Suite (one king, one twin) is a stylish private home in the heart of the city. Located on the lower ground floor with a beautiful conservatory providing ample natural daylight. The entrance is a marble corridor with walls covered in a faux suede fabric and original prints. Underfloor heating and spotlights create a warm and relaxed mood. Among the numerous features are an inviting copper bath and a wealth of antique furnishings. For more details go to www.montaguehotel.com

 

2. Sail Loft –  The Salthouse Harbour Hotel, Ipswich Marina

Sail Loft Room - The Salthouse Hotel Harbour Hotel
Sail Loft Room – The Salthouse Hotel Harbour Hotel

This fabulous room not only boasts a bath but also a very impressive view from said bath! Located on the ‘cool side’ of Ipswich’s waterfront, The Salthouse Harbour Hotel is filled with quirky art and designed with extravagance in mind. With a heated floor and panoramic view of the marina this is indulgence that would be hard to leave! For more details go to www.salthouseharbour.co.uk.

 

3. Oak Suite – Foxhill Manor, Broadway, The Cotswolds

Foxhill Manor Oak Suite
Foxhill Manor Oak Suite

Foxhill Manor recently revealed that from 10th March you will be able to book out individual rooms and suites (previous it was just exclusive use of the whole hotel). This is great news for lovers of ‘in-room baths’ as the sumptuous Oak suite as a pair! Twin freestanding bath tubs in prime Cotswold admiring position by the bay window (with a table inbetween for the champagne bucket). Heaven. For more details go towww.foxhillmanor.com

 

4. Junior Suite 7 – Seaham Hall, Country Durham

Junior Suite 7, Seaham Hall Hotel
Junior Suite 7, Seaham Hall Hotel

Junior Suites at Seaham Hall provide spacious open plan living and are ideal for an indulgent night away. Step into your entrance hallway and through into a wonderful room with king size bed and comfortable lounge seating. Georgian windows frame the suite offering views to the coast or the extensive gardens. Oh and suite 7 has a bath placed just in front of this wonderful view! For further details go to www.seaham-hall.co.uk. Member dining is available at this hotel. Click here for details.

5. ‘Bigger’ bedroom – Dean Street Townhouse, Soho, London

Bigger Bedroom, Dean Street Townhouse
Bigger Bedroom, Dean Street Townhouse

A member of the achingly cool Soho House Group, Dean Street Townhouse is located in the heart of Soho and was reportedly once home to King Charles II’s Mistress, Nell Gywnne. The rooms are luxurious and quintessentially English in design and excitingly they have several with baths in the room! For further information please go to http://www.deanstreettownhouse.com/hotel/bigger.

 

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