10 U.S. Hotels with Incredible Bathtubs

From oversized bathtubs with secluded pine forest views to antique claw-foot tubs, here are 10 U.S. hotels with bathtubs worth diving into.

There’s nothing quite like running yourself a nice, long bath to wash the day away.

If de-stressing is what you seek on your next getaway, have we got the stays for you. These properties are geared towards providing the ultimate rest and relaxation experiences.

From soaking in marble bathtubs with a birds-eye view of downtown Chicago to unwinding in an outdoor claw-foot tub in the heart of Napa Valley, here are 10 U.S. hotels that are worth checking into for their bathtubs alone.

Drink in the City Skyline from Luxe Marble Bathtubs in Chicago, Illinois

Situated in one of the Windy City’s iconic skyscrapers, The Peninsula epitomizes understated elegance and lavish relaxation right in the heart of Chicago.

For a birds-eye view of the downtown skyline, splurge on an upgraded executive suite—all the higher-level suites at this grand property have luxe marble bathtubs with inset 19-inch flat screen TVs cozied up to windows with Instagram-worthy views of the city in action.

Twenty-foot floor-to-ceiling windows surround the hotel’s indoor 19th- floor pool, offering stunning birds-eye views of Lake Michigan as you take a dip in its heated waters. Reward yourself further with a visit to the on-site spa—the hourlong Marma massage, which focuses on balancing chakras, is sure to leave you feeling energized and transformed.

The Peninsula Chicago

Top rated
9.8 Excellent (2266 reviews)

Soak in a Gilded Age Marble Tub Fit for Royalty in Huntington, New York

For a weekend of opulence and relaxation away from the Big Apple, all you need to do is head just 35 miles east to Oheka Castle. One step onto the premises of this Long Island hidden gem and you’re instantly transported back to the Gilded Age, when lavish summer parties at this 109,000-square-foot French-style chateau were the norm.

Once the historic private summer residence to financier and face of the Monopoly icon, Otto H. Kahn, today Oheka Castle and its formal gardens operate as an elegant hotel and popular backdrop for Hollywood films and music videos like Taylor Swift’s Blank Space and HBO’s Succession.

The oh-so-elegant and individually decorated rooms and suites pay homage to a bygone era. Classic paintings adorn frilly wallpapered walls, Italian linens dress four-poster beds and crystal chandeliers dangle over antique-claw foot tubs in the all-marble bathrooms. Upgrade your stay with an in-room signature massage designed to target your body, mind and spirit.

Oheka Castle

Top rated
9.2 Excellent (1152 reviews)

Drink in Oceanfront Views from Luxe Deep Soaking Tubs in Miami Beach, Florida

Designed with decadence and unbeatable service in mind, the opulent Faena Hotel is as upscale as they come. Overlooking Miami Beach, this luxury resort features fine dining by award-winning chefs, world-class contemporary art adorned walls, and a 100,000 square feet private beach area, complete with a palm-fringed pool and personalized service.

For a truly indulgent stay, skip the standard rooms and go straight for the suites, which come with wraparound balconies, art-deco infused living areas and oversized soaking tubs overlooking windows with enviable oceanfront views.

The 22,000-square-foot on-site spa continues your relaxing Miami Beach getaway, featuring ancient therapies such as Turkish hammam treatments and shaman-developed body-healing rituals.

Faena Hotel Miami Beach

Top rated
Miami Beach
9.1 Excellent (2524 reviews)

Soak in Antique Claw-Foot Tubs at this Trendy Bed- and-Breakfast in East Nashville, Tennessee

Don’t let the stately Queen Anne Victorian exterior fool you; one step inside the Urban Cowboy, an adults-only East Nashville property, and you’re guaranteed a first-hand experience into what it means to be hip and extremely cool.

Claw-foot tubs serve as the central attraction in the eight individually decorated suites. Evoking a uniquely chic Southwestern aesthetic, guests can expect to bathe while surrounded by antler chandeliers, custom black-and-red blanketed wallpaper and luxurious beds with Wright mattresses and 14-foot illuminated copper headboards.

After spending the day exploring Music City—and a refreshing soak in your suite’s antique tub—head to the backyard for an expertly crafted cocktail at Public House, the rustic chic and very trendy on-site bar. On chilly nights, a 16-foot redbrick fireplace with a striking bullhorn skull at the edge of the property keeps things nice and toasty.

Urban Cowboy B&B

9.7 Excellent (64 reviews)

A Volcanic Limestone Tub and Heated French Floors Await at This Grand Mansion in Baltimore, Maryland

Set in Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon neighborhood—once home to gilded mansions and the other, albeit much shorter, Washington Monument—The Ivy Hotel is as grand as the 19th-century former mansion it resides in.

Its imposing turreted façade, complete with stained glass windows and heavenly ever-radiant skylights, serves as an unlikely refuge for visitors seeking warmth and tranquility in the bustling heart of Charm City. From soothing in-room spa services to top-shelf cocktail hour at the intimate self-serve Mansion Bar, relaxation is the name of the game inside the redbrick boutique property.

While all nine rooms at this princely property come with deep soaking tubs, those looking to excel in the realm of indulgences should opt for a stay in one of the eight suites—they come with heated French limestone flooring and specially crafted Victoria & Albert freestanding tubs. Made from finely ground volcanic limestone, these luxe tubs exude an air of tranquility, thanks in part to their extended backrests that offer the ideal position for reclining and reposing in a soothing soak of luxury Zents bath foam.

The Ivy Hotel

Top rated
10.0 Excellent (260 reviews)

Soak in an Antique, Prohibition-era Claw-Foot Tub in San Antonio, Texas

Overlooking the San Antonio River, this upscale 22-acre property seamlessly blends contemporary décor elements with its past history— the site housed a former 19th-century brewery run by Emma Koehler, a savvy Prohibition-era businesswoman and the Hotel Emma namesake.

Walk into the lobby and thanks to an almost 8-foot tall red ammonia compressor in the center, you’ll immediately get a glimpse of what the space used to be: the brewery’s engine room. The 147 guest rooms feature exposed brick walls, steel beams and custom-made leather furniture, showcasing the hotel’s contemporary chic Southern style. Upgraded suites offer bathrooms with rustic claw-foot tubs.

In the summer, beat the Texas heat with a dip in the outdoor rooftop pool. Come winter, head indoors to the property’s former cellar space that’s now home to Sternewirth, an eclectic craft cocktail bar.

Hotel Emma at Pearl on the Riverwalk

Top rated
San Antonio
9.8 Excellent (775 reviews)

Outdoor Claw-Foot Tubs Feature Quaint Cottage-Core Views in Napa Valley, California

Surrounded by verdant rolling hills and lush agrarian land, it’s hard to believe that The Carneros Resort and Spa is just 50 miles northeast of San Francisco. With over 27-acres to explore – including two outdoor pools, three restaurants focused on farm-to-table cuisine and a countryside spa – this sustainable resort offers Bay Area city-slickers the ultimate Napa Valley escapade.

Sleek accommodations range from petite cottages to sprawling 3- bedroom homes, perfect for multigenerational trips. Most impressive is the property’s Harvest Cottage. A private deck and backyard feature a fire pit and an outdoor claw-foot tub, an ideal setting to take in the quaint cottage-core views as you peacefully unwind.

Carneros Resort and Spa

Top rated
9.0 Excellent (768 reviews)

Soak in Secluded Oversized Tubs with Fresh Pine Forest Views in Woodstock, Vermont

Situated on 300 wooded acres in the idyllic southern Vermont countryside, Twin Farms is a true haven for nature lovers – from its on- site apiary and miles of hiking trails right down to its rustic-chic accommodations and on-site restaurant featuring fresh, locally-grown ingredients.

Whether you choose to stay in the all-inclusive property’s secluded cottages, chalet, log cabin, or a luxe, art-filled suite in the main house, the choice to unwind is always available — a relaxing soak in either an antique claw-foot tub or an oversized marble tub with courtyard or pine forest views awaits.

At this year-round getaway, a visit in the winter means enjoying ice skating and hot toddies over the on-site pond, sledding and cross- country skiing along six private trails – and finally, thawing out inside the 104-degree Japanese-style furo.

Twin Farms

9.1 Excellent (18 reviews)

Soaking Tubs Come With Dramatic Camelback Mountain Views in Scottsdale, Arizona

Built at the base of Camelback Mountain, Mountain Shadows Resort truly lives up to its name. Surrounded by a rugged landscape, this upscale desert oasis has everything you need for a romantic weekend getaway.

Date night begins as soon as you check in to this sprawling property’s Immerse room—a luxe tub, separate from the main bathroom, directly overlooks the mountains. Upgraded accommodations feature floor-to- ceiling windows and private balconies or patios with views of the lush grounds or direct pool access. An in-room cocktail cart and 24-hour room service make it very hard to check out.

For those interested in exploring, an on-site curated art gallery features seasonal exhibits by a slew of international contemporary artists. Hearth 61, the award-winning restaurant helmed by Chef Charles Wiley, focuses on elevating locally sourced, seasonal ingredients—favorites include the beef tenderloin with truffle mash, charred octopus, and Duroc Farm’s pork chops—served with a nectarine chutney and succotash in the summer months.

Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale

Top rated
9.6 Excellent (2011 reviews)

Uninhibited Coastal Claw-Foot Tub Views at this Chic 19th-Century Inn in Westerly, Rhode Island

Synonymous with relaxing weekend getaways, the charming coastal atmosphere surrounding the genteel Weekapaug Inn has been engrossing guests since the halcyon days of the late 1800s, when the inn first opened its doors.

From motorboat tours across the 750-acre lagoon and visits to a local oyster farm to searching for moon snails and sea urchins on a remote beach and kayaking the sheltered waters, a series of nautical adventures await guests checking in to this private New England enclave.

Retreat to seaside chic and airy accommodations for a much-needed soak in the claw-foot tub. Expect unimpeded views of the tranquil cove, the quaint village of Weekapaug, or Quonochontaug Pond. If watching the Atlantic Ocean swells is what you prefer, ask to stay on a higher floor.

Weekapaug Inn