World's Best Hotel Bathrooms

by Josey Miller

Peninsula Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

The best of the bathroom: The Toto CS 367 B toilets in the Peninsula Tokyo's guest rooms are so smart, they could toilet-train other toilets. There's a seat-heater option for a special warm welcome. As you approach, the seat cover automatically rises, and it shuts when you're finished. In between, you can press buttons for bidet, dry, and—ahem—water massage. "Do not disturb" and emergency buttons are within arm's reach, too.

The rest of the bathroom: The techno-luxury of the Peninsula Tokyo bathroom goes way beyond its newfangled plumbing. A TV that's set into the fog-free mirror is invisible when turned off; all of the outlets have built-in international power adapters. And then there are the special effects: Hit the spa button on a control panel, and the lighting dims, soothing music plays, calls are sent to voice mail, and the privacy button outside your hallway door illuminates. Let the steamy seduction scene begin.

Gotta go?
Peninsula Tokyo
Tel: 81 3 6270 2888
Superior room accommodations, $665

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