Unfortunately, there aren't really a lot. The Aeon Multisensor is a popular choice, though perhaps because it's only one of few. It does motion, lux, temperature, humidity, vibration, and UV. Before the end of the year, they also plan to release the TriSensor, which does motion, lux, and temperature. There also Monoprice and ZooZ 4-in-1 sensors that do motion, temperature, humidity, and lux. If you're not opposed to Xiaomi, the non-"original" motion sensors also can do lux and temperature, but (I think) no humidity. However, they also have a standalone temperature and humidity sensor. I know the Aeon Multi and Zooz 4-in-1 (might also work with Monoprice?) has a driver built-in to Hubitat. Xiaomi devices don't, but it's really not much harder than copy-and-paste to add one.
Of the above, I've used the Aeon Multi 6 and the ZooZ 4-in-1. Both were slow-ish to respond to motion, but the Aeon in particular seems to work well for most else (and really everything, but the delay in motion--not that much worse than most Z-Wave sensors but slower than most ZigBee sensors--might get annoying if you're using them for lights). I didn't use the other features on the ZooZ much (which looks identical to the Monoprice, though maybe they have different firmware and work differently) but it was so unreliable for motion I had to switch it out.
Any of the above should work for your living room automation, and most should work for your bath (just make sure you get humidity). If speed is important, you might also consider getting a separate, fast motion sensor (probably ZigBee if you're not opposed) and adding whatever other sensors you need to make it work. You might actually get some additional benefit from this--say, a fast motion sensor that sees motion coming into the bathroom door, and but maybe the Aeon mounted somewhere that can see the rest of the room, even someone in the shower (and this sensor, of course, can also monitor humidity, etc.). Sometimes just one sensor in a room like this will be problematic since, for example, people in the shower might not register motion on one and have the lights turned off on them.
Also, a suggestion: my lighting automations mostly work based on mode, which I have change automatically based on time of day (relative to sunrise/sunset and my typical bed/wake times). If you play around with lux enough, you can probably figure out what works for you in each automation, but I found this easier in my case. Just another idea!