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The Phoenician may be luxurious, but the bathrooms at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel — which are larger than some New York apartments — take comfort and opulence to the next level. The signature Roman oval tub is the first thing to catch your eye — that is, until your eye wanders to the Italian marble floors. Double sinks are situated under large, frameless mirrors, which perfectly reflect the Southwestern art that hangs over the bathtub. There is a separate shower as well as a closed toilet room — making the morning bathroom schedule a little easier to navigate. While the colors of the bathrooms in this Scottsdale hotel are slightly darker than those in the rooms, they emanate the same peacefulness and just about beg you to crawl into the tub for a relaxing soak.