What are the bathrooms like in the suites at The Broadmoor?

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Even though you’re paying a pretty penny for a suite at The Broadmoor, you won’t find many differences between the bathrooms in the suites and those in the regular guest rooms.
This Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s sleek suite bathrooms are outfitted with deep-soaking tubs, separate showers, private water closets, and marble-topped vanities lined with double basins, as well as the standard array of tools and toiletries that includes adjustable lighted mirrors, hairdryers, and Broadmoor Signature bath products. You’ll also notice wall-mounted TVs to catch up on the latest news while washing and brushing; in the newly expanded Broadmoor West, TVs are imbedded in the mirrors. Phones are also installed.
Attention nostalgics and antique hounds: a few suite bathrooms boast claw-footed tubs. Ask your reservations agent about availability.

Shauna Sartori

Virtually all bathrooms in the rooms and suites are five-fixture with double basins and marble counters, separate baths, showers and enclosed water closets. Lighted make-up mirrors, hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers and scales are standard. The rooms have large soaking tubs and there are a limited number of rooms with claw-foot tubs. Bathrooms in our superior category rooms and suites have built-in small-screen televisions, and premier category bathrooms have TVs built into the mirrors. Bathrooms have wall phones.

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