6 of the world’s most outstanding master bedrooms

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The master bedroom, whether it’s in your own home or atop a hotel skyscraper, is the ultimate refuge for relaxation and rejuvenation. Those on display here are some of the most luxurious in the world – whether that’s in terms of interior design, space, views or amenities.

Take a look inside…

Image credit: W A Wallis
Image credit: W A Wallis

1. Private residence, London, UK

In the heart of London’s exclusive Knightsbridge lies this jewel of a master bedroom in a private residence. With palatial interiors, including high ceilings and classical proportionality, this suite is undoubtedly fit for a princess.

Image credit: Pashan Garh, Taj Safaris
Image credit: Pashan Garh, Taj Safaris

2. Panna National Park, India

This stone cottage in the Pashan Garh safari resort in Panna National Park may not have the opulent interiors of Knightsbridge, but its rustic charm and jungle views cannot be underestimated. Wide windows lay bare the wild surrounding jungle while Indian influences in fabrics and photography strike to the heart of this beautiful location.

Photo credit: The Raja Medaka Villa, Nihiwatu
Photo credit: The Raja Medaka Villa, Nihiwatu

3. Raja Medaka Villa, Sumba, Indonesia

The Nihiwatu eco-resort on the Indonesian island of Sumba will soon be home to the majestic Raja Medaka Villa. With two en-suite kitted bedrooms, an 18.9 metre-long swimming pool (complete with icy dip plunge pool, natch), private beach access and secretive jungle surrounds, this luxurious villa is a traveller’s dream.

Photo credit: Echo Brickell Miami, ARX Solutions
Photo credit: Echo Brickell Miami, ARX Solutions

4. Echo Brickell, Miami, USA

Amongst the 60 storeys of the upcoming Echo Brickell residential development lies this breathtaking master bedroom. Marble floors, a luxuriously crème colour scheme and a panoramic Miami vista – opulence doesn’t begin to describe this slice of paradise. Also gracing the bedroom is a home office and inspired indoor/outdoor pool.

Photo credit: The Opposite House
Photo credit: The Opposite House

5. The Opposite House, Beijing, China

Simpler in style, The Opposite House embraces Chinese design influences with its smooth and elegant lines and bamboo textiles. Sporting birds’ eye views of China’s capital, this duplex master bedroom impresses with its colossal size: a cavernous 465 sqm of bedroom living space.

Photo credit: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
Photo credit: The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong

6. The Ritz-Carlton Suite, Hong Kong

The Ritz-Carlton Suite of the Hong Kong’s The Ritz-Carlton is an absolute masterclass in bedroom luxury. Incredible 270 degree views of Hong Kong’s skyline are afforded by its position perched atop the 117th level of the hotel while jacuzzis and over-sized baths are a luxurious second thought. Designed to resemble the inside of a jewellery box, it’s no wonder that Lady Gaga choose to stay there whilst on her last Asian tour.

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