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A Royal Bathroom View From The Top Of Radisson Royal Dubai

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  Site Where: Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
July 10, 2012 at 9:16 AM | by | ()

Even if you're not normally a fan of taking baths (like usthey take too long and we don't always feel that clean after), we think you'll agree this bathtub view from the Radisson Royal Dubai kind of negates any aversion to bath-taking you may have had in the past.

While about half of the guest rooms at the hotel face in the direction of the Downtown area (pictured), it is the upper floors, of course, who benefit most from watching cars zip down busy Sheikh Zayed Road. Though, as high as you go in this hotel, you'll never even come close to being level with the 160-story Burj Khalifa, which is indeed also visible from the top left hand corner of this bathroom window.

This shot was taken from the 44th floor, two floors above the hotel's Club Lounge and six from the top of the hotel, where a popular Japanese restaurant attracts locals and guests at night.

But back to the bathroom: the good news is that if you really can't bring yourself to sit in the tub, there is a shower in the same room (yes, the tub and shower get their own full room, separate from the sink and toilet, complete with killer view) so you can just as easily gaze over the city while taking your morning shower.

Though we recommend a nighttime shower to really see the skyline come to life.

A frosted glass door closes the tub/shower room off from the rest of the bathroom, which includes a wide vanity area, and separate nook for the toilet.

You might end up spending longer in the bathroom than normal, but at least you're getting your sightseeing and your hygiene done at the same time!

Disclosure: We stayed at the Radisson while on assignment for another publication but all views expressed are entirely our own.

[Photo: HotelChatter]

Archived Comments:


You forgot one of the most important parts! What do we wash ourselves with?


The toiletries were by London-based The White Company, and honestly weren't anything to write home about. The body wash was weird and mint-y, kind of smelled like I was rubbing toothpaste on myself.

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