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Insta-Worthy Bathrooms Across The World

Here are the most insta-worthy bathrooms across the globe - from the opulence of the Silo Hotel in Cape Town to bathing in the middle of the Namib desert.


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With interior inspiration at your fingertips, bathrooms have become more than a place of solitude or retreat but another space to which you can decorate to your heart's content while increasing those Instagram likes.

Mira Showers, a United Kingdom-based company that specialises in bathroom ware including showers, taps and a range of accessories has curated a list of 'insta-worthy' bathrooms across the world. 

Through a thorough analysis of five Instagram hashtags including  #bathroomgoals, #bathroomview, #bathtubgoals, #bathgoals and #hotelbathroom  monitored and reviewed over time according to frequency of appearance, Mira Showers was able to narrow down a list of the most Instagram worthy bathrooms. 


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'Insta-noble' bathrooms across the globe

The Silo Hotel, Cape Town 

Located in the Mother City, The Silo Hotel oozes luxury and it is no surprise that their bathrooms stand steadfast on Instagram worthy posts.

Built-in the grain elevator portion of the historic grain silo complex, the Silo Hotel suite's offer panoramic views of the Cape Town city skyline. Soak in a bubble bath as you are provided with a first-class view of the majestic and iconic Table Mountain, Lions Head or Signal Hill. 



The Conrad Malvices, Rangali Island Maldives 

A five-star hotel located in the Maldives on Rangali Island, The Conrad is home to the opulent Muraka suite. The suite is located in a private area of the lagoon offering the ultimate exclusive escape.

It is the first-of-its-kind luxury residence that includes three bedrooms, a living, dining and entertaining room. Aside from the privacy, guests at the Muraka suite are treated to a 24-hour private butler service, a private chef and tailored experiences. 

Submerged 16 feet below sea level, guests are able to bathe or shower 'amongst the fish' as they gaze out at the Indian ocean's marine life.



Punta Tragara Hotel, Capri, Italy 

A jewel perched high above the sea with spectacular views of the Faraglioni rock formations, the Punta Tragara Villa has been described as 'a kind of architectural bloom, an extension of the rock, an offspring of the island..' by Le Corbusier. 

Spend the morning soaking in the natural rock formations of the Faraglioni from your bathtub at the Punta Tragara. Known for its romantic setting, the bathroom is a perfect place to while away the day as you gaze into the Italian coast. 

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Six Senses Zil Pasyon, Felicite, Seychelles 

Located on a private island and what is considered the ecological gem of Seychelles, Six Senses Zil Pasyon is a private-island home escape. With only 35 villas, the resort is renowned for its snorkelling and pristine beaches. 

Themed with a tropical ode to nature, embodying both the mood of summer and the aesthetic of zen, the bathrooms are equipped with a unique swing set. 



Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard, London, United Kingdom 

Housed in one of the world's most iconic buildings, the Shangri-La hotel offers awe-inspiring views of London. Guests are able to watch the city come to life along the River Thames. 

The bathrooms offer more than a five-star experience as it is enhanced by 360-degree views of the bustling city of London. 



Zannier Hotels, Sonop, Namibia 

Located in what may seem the middle of nowhere, the Zannier Hotel in Sonop offers a glamourous escape to the Namibian desert. Offering tented suites located in the Southern point of the Namib desert, the design of the hotel is a node to the bygone era of the 1920s, featuring antique and simple finishes. 

The bathrooms overlook the vast scenery and are fitted with antique finishes including the bathtub taps and accessorised furniture. 



The Peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong 

Known as the 'Grande Dame of the Far East', The Peninsula in Hong Kong is the city's oldest hotel. Located on near the waterfront of the bustling Asian city, the hotel is well known for its grand design and offering, heralding an affluent guest list. 

The deluxe harbour suite available is home to a corner deep bathtub that provides a view of the Hong Kong city that is more than just easy on the eye. Spend the evening or morning unwinding in their welcoming bathtubs while soaking in the astounding view. 



The Udaya Resorts and Spa, Bali, Indonesia 

The Udaya Resorts and Spa provides a serene and lavish escape in the lush backdrop of Ubud. The hotel has mastered the art of flower design and able to create a bathtub decorated with a range of flower petals to your desire. 

The bathrooms are a welcome space where you can retreat to a day of relaxation and each bathroom overlooks a private pool. 


Bathing with a view in our one bedroom pool villa.

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The Old Piggery at Windout Farm, Devon, United Kingdom 

A rustic escape awaits at The Old Piggery at Windout Farm in Devon and features a cosy cottage setting. 

Featuring an outdoor romantic bathroom, guests are able to spend their vacation in a romantic twin set of bathtubs which overlook the scenery of Devon. bathe surrounded by the nature of Dartmoor National Park.

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