Five Decadent Bathrooms to Unwind In & Escape Reality
Kohanaiki, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Nestled within the 450-acre private residential club of Kohanaiki, Estate Home #46 is a recently built four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath luxury single-family home situated on fairway 11 of the award-winning Rees Jones golf course. Providing the quintessential Island escape, this spacious Shay Zak-designed home will allow future owners to cleanse in an outdoor lava rock shower among stunning mountain and golf views. Owners will have the ultimate relaxation with seamless indoor-outdoor living, including a spacious 1,118 SF lānai, perfect for entertaining or dining, a generous family media room, and a separate one-bedroom guest hale that provides guests with plenty of privacy. The dreamy home is surrounded by lush tropical landscaping and an expansive lawn area, perfect for outdoor games and a pool, which includes a generous Baja shelf and spa. The future owners will also have access to an entertainment-laden 67,000 sq. ft. clubhouse, complete with a Tracy Lee-designed spa, bowling alley, game room, movie theater, wine tasting room, secret whiskey room, and more. Other club amenities include dining venues Konane and The Beach Restaurant, multiple onsite pools and outdoor adventures with the A-Team (composed of pro-athletes) such as deep-sea fishing, sailing on the Kai Kea, bouncing on a water trampoline, or hiking the active volcano Mt. Kilauea. For anyone eyeing more second home options at this Kona Coast club, Kohanaiki’s homes range price from $3 million to over $20 million, comprising an array of custom single-family homes, townhomes and estate homes.
388 Cordova, Pasadena, California Located in the outskirts of Los Angeles, 388 Cordova is known as the first luxury high-rise residential building in the affluent city of Pasadena. 388 Cordova will bring two and three-bedroom units with walk-in showers or deep soaking-tub/shower combinations. Select units, including penthouses, will have a separated deep soaking tub and shower option – a perfect way to soak in the best views in Pasadena spanning from the San Gabriel Mountains to the north and Downtown Los Angeles out to the west. Developed by LA-based developer Adept, 388 boasts 105 one, two, three-bedroom luxury condominiums and penthouses with 23,000 square feet of office, bringing elevated urban living to the city. All showers include rain heads and chrome finishes for a timeless, less trendy feel. Penthouses include natural stone on the floors and walls, shower benches, options for beautiful glass enclosures and an enclosed toilet for added privacy. One-two-bedroom units start in the $900,000s, while two-story penthouses go upwards of $5 million.
The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu, Hawaii Designed by Dianna Wong, this sleek bathroom will have you wanting to slip into the tub and watch the sunset on an iconic skyline. Lying within The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Honolulu, this bathroom’s future residents will have the privilege of living on the most iconic street corners in the state of Hawaii adjacent to the Hawaii Convention Center. Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Residences, Honolulu will serve as a new gateway to Waikiki and Ala Moana, bringing one of the world’s most renowned hotel brands back to the city. The 37-story mixed-use project is being conceived by a roster of international designers – including Meyer Davis, Dianna Wong and Hart Howerton – that is unprecedented for Hawaii. Rising 418 feet above Honolulu, the iconic 743,000-square-foot tower will house 125 chic and contemporary guestrooms and suites, designed to reflect the local culture while paying homage to Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s heritage. Located on the tower’s upper floors starting at level 19, a collection of 99 exclusive residences will represent the most distinguished residential offering available in the world. Amenities will include a speakeasy-inspired hidden dining space, a Peloton room, karaoke room, the largest spa in Oahu, a rooftop lounge with cabanas and fire pits, and more. Prices for select residences begin around $2 million and range up to $35 million, the latter representing the most expensive penthouse currently on the market in Honolulu.
One Steuart Lane, San Francisco, California One Steuart Lane is one of the West Coast’s most highly anticipated new ultra-luxury condo building. Located in San Francisco, right on the city’s famed Embarcadero waterfront, the new construction building will bring opulent 1 to 3 bedroom units spanning in size from approximately 900 to 3,000 square feet. The project brings an exclusive collection of 12 terrace residences with captivating sliding glass panels that expands the living room, creating enchanting airy living spaces that lead to awe-inspiring balconies and large 40-foot wraparound terraces – a never-before-seen residential offering for the city of San Francisco. Rising 20 stories above the San Francisco Bay, with breathtaking vistas of the landmark Bay Bridge and its transfixing Bay Lights art installation, along with nearby Treasure Island and Ferry Building extending to the east, owners at One Steuart Lane are at one with the water and the outdoors, set at the epicenter of San Francisco’s art and culture scene. Amenities include a residents lounge with full kitchen, dining and outdoor gathering spaces; 24/7 concierge services; a private fitness center; a spa with water therapy showers and sauna; an outdoor Jacuzzi surrounded by a sun terrace; an approximately 4,500-square-foot retail space; and a private porte-cochère with a 24-hour staffed lobby and valet attendants.
From Design Envy
There is truly nothing better than a long bath or shower after a challenging day – and imagine how much better every day would be if you were able to unwind above the clouds with unobstructed views of the Pacific or among lush greenery in Hawaii. With cleanliness, health and peacefulness at the forefront of homeowners’ minds, developers are designing the world’s most luxurious homes with decadent bathrooms to offer an escape from reality… and for the high-net worth buyers, they can turn these bathroom dreams into their own homeownership reality.