There’s nothing that says “relaxation” (or “sexytime,” according to some)—quite like an in-suite Jacuzzi in a hotel in a remote, exotic locale. But since most of us don’t get to dip into one of these on a daily basis, we compiled a list of our top picks—if, you know, Jacuzzis were the sole criteria for a destination vacation. (Because why not?)
Whether you file these away on your “travel bucket list” Pinterest board, use this as motivation to start saving right now for a trip that affords this kind of luxury, or simply revel in the eye candy. Get ready for some major wanderlust to kick in.
Lucky guests of the Royal Davui Fiji, located on a remote island atop a living barrier reef, chill in private villas with too-gorgeous-to-be-real lagoon views.
The Tiberio Master Suite at the Hotel Caesar Augustus in Capri is located in a corner terrace on a cliff—and the Jacuzzi features views of the Amalfi Coast. #Casual.
At Amanemu, a hot-spring resort in Japan's Shima National Park, each of the 24 suites features deep, square baths made of dark basalt stone with special taps that allow guests to enjoy the hot spring from the comfort of their rooms.
At the boutique hotel Astarte Suites, which literally hangs off a cliff on the iconic Greek destination island of Santorini, couples can luxuriate in private indoor Jacuzzis overlooking the Mediterranean.
Rooms at the Mountain Lodges of Peru, located in Huacahuasi, feature personal Jacuzzis on outdoor terraces where you can chill and stargaze after hiking to waterfalls, snow peaks, and glacial lakes.
The Mantatelurè Hotel in Lecce, Italy, offers deluxe suites with their own two-person Jacuzzi corner.
The Cavo Tagoo hotel in Mykonos, Greece, offers suites with private indoor or outdoor Jacuzzis. NBD.
At the Hotel de Jardines de Nivaria on Spain's Santa Cruz de Tenerife island, guests can kick it in ultra-minimalist presidential suites that feature Jacuzzis with ocean views.