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The Sky Villa bathrooms inside ARIA at CityCenter. - Photo from AFP
From Grecian marble columns and heated toilet seats to steam showers that feature colour therapy, some of the most over-the-top bathroom hotels in Las Vegas could be suites onto themselves.
IN its round-up of the top bathrooms in Sin City, online booking site Vegas.com singles out the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s Penthouse Real World Suite (named after the MTV reality series that was filmed in the room) for its metallic and iridescent-mosaic tiled tub that can seat up to six people.
If a cold shower isn’t enough to wash off the previous night’s excess, penthouse bathrooms at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino also feature mood-enhancing lighting with walk-in, chromotherapy steam showers.
And over at the Palms Casino & Resort, bathrooms take after their thematic suites. The Barbie Suite, for instance, features a life-sized version of the Barbie Malibu House bathroom with large spa tub, marble sinks and a pink motif, while the Erotic Suite turns the bathroom into a strip club with lights, floor-to-ceiling windows for a bit of voyeuristic pleasure and, of course, stripper poles.
But the bathroom deemed the most over-the-top in the city dripping in superlatives is the Constantine Villa at Caesars Palace, where guests soak in a marble tub at the centre of the room, with gold-plated fixtures. Porcelain thrones are souped up with heated toilet seats and lids that open automatically.
The price tag for being privy to such amenities? US$40,000 (RM131,000) a night.
For more of the most extravagant bathrooms in Las Vegas, visit www.vegas.com/traveltips/top-bathrooms-las-vegas/
– AFP Relaxnews
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