Have had experience of a wetroom and I wouldn't have one again. You feel very very cold. In our last house we had this shower enclosure, it was pricey but was so worth it, it looked amazing. A wetroom is great if you have the TINIEST en-suite/bathroom in the world and cannot fit a shower enclosure in but never again would I go down the wet room route, you don't enjoy a shower in them whatsoever and they are a NIGHTMARE with children.
My favourite is to have a big shower cubicle which you don't need a door for, in a normal bathroom.
But if you can only fit a tiny shower cubicle in the room, then I guess a wetroom would be more pleasant to use.
Our old shower-room managed to get a shower cubicle, loo and tiny basin into the tiniest space you can imagine, but the cubicle needed a folding door and was tiny so you always ended up with your butt against a cold wall.
Wetrooms have lots of downsides too, but I think better than a tiny shower cubicle.
WE had underfloor heating and a large towel radiator thingy. It wasn't that the room wasn't warm, it was, it was the fact I felt so exposed. Didn't seem right iykwim? Needed a steamed up door! What size is your shower room?
IME Wet rooms are great but need underfloor heating ( a completely titled room can be very cold plus it will dry out faster) and the design of the room allowing the toilet to be placed out of splash zone or at least have a panel or wall placed by or around the toilet.
WE have a wet room (it was in place when we bought it). Almostreal is right - you do have to have underfloor heating (which is very expensive for us is they installed electric!)
Also it drives me mad having to do a quick mop up after every shower as I'm always worried about DC's slipping and sliding
Personally I wouldn't have one again. It does look amazing and everyone ohs and ahhs when they see the room (and it did make an impact on us when we were deciding to buy) - but I would much rather have a walk in shower enclosure bit - which would give the same visual impact without the faff of mopping.