Hotel Bathroom Porn: THOR, a Castle and a Farmhouse

We were sent a boatload of bathroom pics by the folks who run Mr & Mrs Smith, a new boutique hotel booking service, which show off some indulgent hotel bathrooms or "statement bathrooms," as they are called. Hot spots include THOR (The Hotel on Rivington), a French farmhouse and a French castle...

We've got a bunch more, so we thought we'd roll them out slowly and see which ones you like best. Right now, we're tending to go for the black widow look of the THOR bathroom over the comfy traditional...

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Hotel name: Château de Bagnols
Location: Beaujolais
Country: France

"Every room in this 13th-century castle is – no exaggeration – breath-stoppingly beautiful, and the bathrooms are no exception. It's not just the period features, beamed ceilings and antique marble bath tubs that make château stays so appealing, however, it's the amazing lavender bath foam that hotel staff make on site – now that's dedication...."

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Hotel name: Clos du Léthé
Location: Languedoc-Rousillon
Country: France

"...preposterously large bath tubs filled in under two minutes. They're so big you almost need a weight belt to keep you anchored at 'your' end. The La Suite bathroom is massive enough to swing a lion in, with a beautiful sandstone-clad two-person bath, a trough-design sink with two sets of taps, antique gold-framed mirrors, fairy lights and a quirky magnetic poetry wall in the toilet."

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Hotel name: Hotel on Rivington
Location: New York
Country: United States

"The bathrooms in the corner rooms...boast floor-to-ceiling glass walls, offering you a full Manhattan cityscape vista while you shower – and, of course, vice versa, although waist-high frosting ensures the view inwards is tantalising rather than explicit.... by the time you reach the 17th floor, you’re enjoying triple-headed steam showers and free-standing Japanese soaking tubs big enough for two."

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Maxwell left teaching in 2001 to start Apartment Therapy as a design business helping people to make their homes more beautiful, organized AND healthy. The website started up in 2004 with the help of his brother, Oliver.