With rates that easily top $1,000 per night for the comfiest suites, BloombergBusinessweek takes a look at the bare minimums luxury hoteliers must offer. 1. His and her sinks. The double vanity is standard in tony hotels, as is plenty of square footage to accommodate it. Guests with children often assign a sink to the kids; during a parents-only trip, getting ready for a night on the town won’t be delayed by primping in shifts. 2. An enormous bathtub. This tub won’t just be sizable - it will also be plenty deep to allow for a proper “soaking,” in industry parlance. “Very deep - it’s definitely not something you’re going to have at home,” says Sophie Dier, a spokeswoman for the Mandarin Oriental San Francisco. 3. A TV in the bathroom. It’s smaller than the bedroom television, but many people like to watch TV when they’re in the loo. “It’s less about lounging in the bath and much more to do with watching CNBC while you have a shave or do your makeup,” says Paul James, global brand leader for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide (HOT), the parent of St. Regis Hotels. Get the full story at BloombergBusinessweek