If it’s one room that deserves a little extra luxury, it’s the bathroom. And when checking in to somewhere nice, the hotel bathroom immediately calls as a place to soak away any sting from a long journey.

We’ve gathered our favourite hotel bathroom schemes for recreating a pamper-ready haven at home.

...and relax.

Number 38, Bristol

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Number 38 is a stylish Georgian townhouse turned boutique bolthole in the midst of Bristol. It stylishly balances old and new.

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Embrace a dark with jewel-like walls in moody shades such as Sapphire Salute or Sapphire Springs 1. Contrast your dark walls with luxe velvet and white furnishing. Bright copper adds a modern touch, so if you can’t get your mitts on a deep copper bath tub, why not add a bronzed glow with accessories like these copper planters (£30).

For more dark decor inspiration, read How to Decorate with a Dark Colour Palette.

www.number38clifton.com, rooms start at £130 per night.

Sir Albert Hotel, Amsterdam

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Steps from the canal, you can find this luxury boutique hotel in a 19th-century diamond factory. And you could say the bathroom is pretty dazzling in itself.

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Recreating this calm and contemporary monochrome scheme at home really is simple to do. Rich Black and White Cotton. Keep things minimalist and decluttered by keeping accessories and decor in light natural wood shades. Just add soft, white spa slippers and robe as a finishing touch...

www.siralberthotel.com, rooms start at £187 per night.

The Old Fish Cellar, Cornwall

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The Old Fish Cellar nails cosy. The coastal cottage is set in the idyllic harbour town of Mousehole, 3 miles south of Penzance. Strong and muted shades of black, grey and white set against wooden floors set the tone for the cosy meets nautical style. It really was a fish cellar once – 300 years ago!

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This cottage has an en-suite wet room with a rain shower, soft towels and underfloor heating.

www.theoldfishcellarmousehole.co.uk, rooms start from £100 per night.

Riad El Fenn, Marrakech

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A former palace turned sleek boutique in the Medina of Marrakech. El Fenn. Bring the little Moroccan touch to your bathroom with similar warm, bold and bright colours.

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Try a lively Turquoise Treasure complimented against a neutral Cool White on your walls. Turn up the fiery Marrakech heat by painting your mirror frame in Brick Red.

El-fenn.com, rooms start from £117 per night.

Looking for more bathroom ideas and inspiration? Check out 7 Ways to Add Colour to your Bathroom.

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