You don't even have to worry about the peekaboo aspect, since there is a heavy wooden door closing off the entire bathroom from the bedroom.
After soaking our livers in Malbecs and Torrontes all day, soaking the rest of our body was just the ticket for reviving and getting ready for yet another trip to yet another vineyard for dinner. (One of our fellow guests admitted that she alternated from her tub to the shower and back again, over and over, until the foggy feeling evaporated. We approve.)
Packages for Washington start at $535 per person, which includes access to tasting dinners and a free upgrade to a signature Premier Park Deluxe room. (And, yes, it has a soaking tub.)
If you're in Mendoza and missed the Masters, ask your concierge for advice on the best vineyards to visit. Since the region produces over 70 percent of Argentina's wine, you won't be hard pressed finding a good drop or three.
Disclosure: MsRebecca was a guest of the Park Hyatt Masters of Food and Wine, while on assignment for other publications. But all vino and bath opinions expressed here are her own.