The Luxus Boutique Hotel
There isn't much Lauren and I love more than being spoiled. We both had been ogling the beautiful photos of plush beds, gorgeous baths, and delicious cocktails coming from The Luxus Boutique Hotel on Water Street and were ecstatic when we had a chance to stay there ourselves. With a total of only six rooms, the staff of The Luxus are able to focus on true luxury for all of their visitors.
As the door opened to our room we were immediately taken aback by the sheer spaciousness of the room - it cannot be stated how much I hate tiny cramped hotel rooms. The rooms at The Luxus feature 11.5 foot ceilings (with hidden in-ceiling rope lighting for ambience) as well as huge windows. We stayed in the 2-bedroom suite, and immediately wanted to move in.
The beds were huge, incredibly comfortable, and decked out with perfectly weighted duvets and plenty of pillows. Once we had planted ourselves on these cozy beds, it was almost impossible to leave!
On top of these nap-worthy beds fit for queens, our suite was decked out with a luxurious living space featuring a wall-sized tv on a swivel, a modern desk area, a bar stocked with treats and drinks, and a jaw-dropping walk in closet!
The real piece de resistance of the rooms at The Luxus, however, is the bathroom. As you can tell, there is a glass wall dividing the bathroom from the rest of the room that creates an unavoidable sensual and intimate feeling to the space. I mean, a sleek soaker tub nestled in close to a crisp white, plush bed is bound to do it for just about anyone! However, if you need a little additional space, there is a privacy curtain - thank goodness for this, Lauren couldn't resist the bath.
With heated floors, a hot water bidet, a 4-head shower, and every stunning detail taken care of, it's hard not to fall in love with this bathroom. I, for one, really wanted to take these wooden sinks home.
During our stay at The Luxus Boutique Hotel, we really embraced the luxury and now we wish every day we could bundle back up in those white robes and drink wine as we flick through Netflix.
And if you're not a Netflix person, don't worry, the view is incredible anyway.