Luxury Hotel Bathtubs in Asia with Truly Spectacular Designs

Pimalai Resort and Spa in Koh Lanta, Thailand featuring the villa bathroom
Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team


Nov 04, 2023

There is nothing more satisfying than soaking in a luxury hotel bathtub. Here, we have selected our favourite baths in Asia’s most stunning hotels. From fabulous views to spacious designs, these hotels know how to impress when it comes to making their bathtubs stand out and making you want to prolong your bath-time ritual.


A heavenly bath to relax in for hours

RAKxa Wellness, an award-winning fully integrated wellness and health retreat in Bangkok, Thailand, features a spacious bathtub. The organic products have a delightful scent and are made with organic ingredients.

Nestled in the lush “Green Lung” island, RAKxa Wellness boasts medical innovation and tailored wellness programs designed for your individual needs and goals by renowned medical doctors and traditional healing masters. 

Programs at RAKxa Wellness and Medical Retreat start from 145,000 TBH (AUD$6197) for three nights, inclusive of accommodation, all meals, transfers, medical consultations, treatments and activities. Programs are personalised so inclusions vary. 

You can book your stay here  +66 2055 

Pimalai Resort and Spa in Koh Lanta, Thailand featuring the villa bathroom
Pimalai Resort and Spa in Koh Lanta, Thailand featuring the villa bathroom

Soak in a bath overlooking the Andaman Sea

If there was ever a bath that you can soak the hours away with, this majestic bath is the one. With a stunning view stretching miles across th Andaman Sea, the bath in the hillside villa of Pimalai Resort and Spa in Koh Lanta, Thailand, is gloriously decadent.

The resort is situated on a 100-acre tropical forest and the ambiance can be seen all from your bath as you take in the captivating sunsets.

You can book to stay here

TheSiam Hotel in Bangkok featuring the bath in The Siam Suite

A Stylish Bath Fit For Royalty in Bangkok

In the heart of the royal precinct of Bangkok in Thailand is this art deco style bathtub in the five star hotel, The Siam. Elegantly designed by the famous creative director and celebrity Krissada Sukosol Clapp, together with globally acclaimed architect and interior/landscape designer Bill Bensley, one of Architectural Digest’s ‘Top 100 Designers and Most Creative People’. This superbly designed bathroom in The Siam Suite shows how every aspect of your bath-time experience has been created with luxury and relaxation in mind.

You can book your stay here

Banyan Tree Samui
Banyan Tree Samui

A Sensuous Soak in Koh Samui

What this tub lacks in depth, it makes up for in devilishness. The seductive and voyeuristic bathtub in this Banyan Tree Samui villa looks out over a panorama of sapphire sea in the gorgeous Gulf of Thailand. Blended with Thai herbal oils and drizzled in orchid and rose petals, this warm bath invites you to wallow in luxury for just a little longer. Each of the bathrooms in the 88 sea-facing villas at this resort also have rain showers and glass doors leading directly to a terrace where guests have the added joy of a private infinity pool and hot tub.

You can book your stay here.

anah Gajah, a Resort by Hadiprana

Soaking in the Rice Paddies of Bali

Bali’s quintessential view – lush rice paddies – is often taken in by bike or hike but Tanah Gajah, a Resort by Hadiprana, invites its guests to linger a little longer over the scenery. Thanks to the spa’s sunken tub, which is often dressed with local flowers, guests can indulge all their senses, sipping tea or champagne while relaxing in a warm, aromatic bath overlooking the fields and jungle while taking in the sounds of nature.

You can book your stay here.

The Anam Mui Ne

A Clawfoot Bath with Views of Vietnam’s East Sea

Ocean or bath? Indulge both at once at The Anam Mui Ne’s Presidential Suite with a bathroom affording views of the East Sea. With a design redolent of the Indochine period, the 122sqm suite’s bathroom is anchored by a (design name) clawfoot bath that drinks in a view of Mui Ne Beach and beyond. The bathroom is also bedecked with encaustic mosaic tiles and a custom-built vanity made of timber from forests cultivated for sustainable harvests in Vietnam.

You can book your stay here.


By Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team


Robyn Foyster is the owner and publisher of the lifestyle websites, and She is the only person to edit and publish Australia's three biggest flagship magazines - The Australian Women's Weekly, Woman's Day and New Idea. Robyn was Group Publisher of Bauer Media's most successful and prestigious magazines including Woman's Day, Good Health, Grazia and ran Hearst in Australia including Harper’s BAZAAR, Cosmopolitan and madison. Voted one of B&T's 30 Most Powerful Women In Media at the Women in Media Awards Robyn was a keynote speaker at Pause 2021, Cebit & J&J Women In Leadership. Robyn was also the winner of the prestigious Magazine Publisher Association’s Editor of the Year award.



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