In most hotels and motels, the bathroom is the corner space with no window and, hopefully, a noisy but effective ventilating fan. But, USA Today points out, for some hotels, it's a real room with a view. In a recent article with slideshow, the paper presents a gallery of 28 spectacular bathrooms with views on some of the world's most iconic landmarks. P.S.: if you plan to try any of these rooms...they're mostly in luxury hotels.
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