From sinks to showers, technological innovations, luxe materials and plenty of space are seamlessly blending form and function.
Courtesy of Song Saa Island
Song Saa, Cambodia
Song Saa, on a private island in southern Cambodia, has generous terrazzo composite-stone bathtubs placed strategically to afford views of each room’s individual infinity pool and the Gulf of Thailand. Playing to its natural setting, the property created its rustic-chic vanities from driftwood and recycled timbers and incorporated sustainable materials like bamboo into items such as the towel rails. The wooden statues from the hill tribes of the Ratanakiri province in northern Cambodia provide a local touch that counterbalances the Australian Aesop body products. Rooms start at $1,117 (all-inclusive); Koh Rong Archipelago; 855-236/860-360; songsaa.com.