A few nice luxury bathroom images I found:
El Transcantabrico – plan of a carriage
Image by Train Chartering & Private Rail Cars
El Transcantabrico is booked via the Luxury Train Club; Train Chartering offers the private charter of this luxury train, and Private Rail Cars arranges the private hire of a carriage.
Every suite offers passengers a compartment that is specially designed for rest and privacy. You can sleep in comfort as the train will be parked at a station each night. This means that your sleep will not be disturbed by moving and jolting and also gives those who enjoy nightlife an opportunity to go out and savour the atmosphere of each town.
Each compartment is supplied with a complete selection of travel accessories. The electrical power is 220 volts.
Every suite-compartment has a double bed and some have the option of an independent upper bunk. All are equipped with a luggage rack, minibar, safe deposit box, wardrobe, writing desk and a telephone with an outside line. The private bathroom has a hydro sauna, turbo massage and steam bath, and a hairdryer. The air-conditioning and heating, piped music and lights are all controlled individually.
There is a large picture window in both the suite and the bathroom so that you can enjoy the passing scenery. All the coaches are interconnected so that passengers can move freely along the whole length of the train.
Besides, the train owns a high-luxe Suite with a 150×200 cm bed, computer with logging in to Internet, videogames, sofa, two television sets, desk, minibar, safe box, etc., all these together with a huge bathroom with sauna, jacuzzi, and Turkish bath.
Exterior, Front Left
Image by Bill Ward’s Brickpile
The left side with slide-outs retracted.
This high-end luxury motorhome allows you to travel in class! Features three slide-outs, including one that is almost the entire left side, a powerful diesel engine in back, two bathrooms, plentiful storage underneath, a well-appointed kitchen, and much more.
Read more about it in Fleetwood Revolution LE 42K Motorhome on Bill Ward’s Brickpile.
Image by Andrea Kirkby
The ladies’ toilet at the Baglioni Hotel, Kensington