Miami's Hotel Victor Still Offering Guests an $11,000 Soak in Evian Water
Had a long, sweaty day out prowling Collins Avenue while being buffeted by the salty air of South Beach? If you're headed back to your $6,000-a-night Penthouse Suite at Miami's Hotel Victor, an Evian bath can be ordered up and waiting.
The experience, curated by the hotel's "Spa V" team and costing an extra $5,000 on top of the $6K suite, dumps 1,000 liters of Evian water into a 350 gallon infinity tub to "revitalize the skin and purify the senses."
The first to indulge in the "World's Most Expensive Bath" was Serena Williams but we highly doubt she was asked to cough up $11,000 for the final bill. Yet, if you do have $11,000 laying around and need to deep-cleanse, this bath is full service.
If the Florida sun has left you parched and hungry don't worry about leaving your sumptuous soak; the Evian Experience includes champagne, foie gras, a platter of chocolates and a curious dish called "smoked salmon lollipops."
Want to turn this into a DIY project but find yourself a tad short on foie gras or fishpops? The good news is that a simple bulk order of 1000 Evian 1-Liter bottles in 12 packs amounts to about $2,120. The bad news is that if you're eyeing the Christian Lacroix Evian bottles, the same amount of this special edition will set you back a staggering $13,000 for the water alone. Now the Hotel Victor's bath seems like a good deal after all.