The Latest in British Hotel Bathroom Design

With the Duchess of Cambridge's recent visit to the newly redesigned Goring hotel in London (the Buckingham Palace-adjacent hotel where she and her family spent the night before her wedding), we thought it'd be fun to take a look at what's happening in British hotel design, specifically in the decoration of loos. From city glam to understated country elegance, these newly updated properties offer a bounty of fresh ideas that may inspire you to rethink the most private, relaxing and indulgent room in your home. With countless options, Snyder Diamond can help you create a spectacular bathroom worthy of a royal visit.

The Arbuthnot Suite at Coworth Park, a late-18th century estate near Ascot in Berkshire

The Arbuthnot Suite at Coworth Park, a late-18th century estate near Ascot in Berkshire

The Dorchester hotel, located in London's posh Mayfair neighborhood

The Dorchester hotel, located in London's posh Mayfair neighborhood

Situated in the heart of London, the 45 Park Lane hotel offers breathtaking views of Hyde Park

Situated in the heart of London, the 45 Park Lane hotel offers breathtaking views of Hyde Park

The Presidential Suite at The Grove in Hertfordshire, not far from London, a historic house set within 300 acres of pristine English countryside

The Presidential Suite at The Grove in Hertfordshire, not far from London, a historic house set within 300 acres of pristine English countryside

The Manor House, a 14th-century estate, is located in Castle Combe, in the heart of the Cotswolds

The Manor House, a 14th-century estate, is located in Castle Combe, in the heart of the Cotswolds

Set atop London's historic Connaught hotel is The Apartment, an entire penthouse residence that is perhaps the city's most luxurious guest accommodation

Set atop London's historic Connaught hotel is The Apartment, an entire penthouse residence that is perhaps the city's most luxurious guest accommodation