With so many jaw-dropping properties around the world competing for traveler attention, every detail, whether it’s design to bespoke services, must be singular. More than ever, that consideration is extending to bath and beauty amenities. Here are a few that stand out in properties around the world.
The design concept at this 73-room hotel in London’s Mayfair district hinges on a fictional story that co-owner Jeremy King created–that it was opened by a New York hotelier, Jimmy Beaumont, who moved to London in the late 1920s to open his own namesake property. All the fine details in the hotel support this London focus, right down to the bath amenities, which are from D.R. Harris, an old-world St. James Street apothecary established in 1790 and the official pharmacy for the queen. Each room features a bespoke range of bath products.
Majestic Hotel and Spa
After staying at the five-star Majestic Hotel and Spa in Barcelona, the teams at Atelier Cologne dreamt up Musc Impérial, a bespoke fragrance that channels the scent of the Mediterranean. The fragrance captures clary sage and bergamot in the warmth of musc and ambrette and is dispersed throughout public spaces of the hotel for a pervasive olfactory experience. In addition to the bath products available in each guest room, a wearable Atelier Cologne fragrance is left on guest pillows each night at turndown—a nice twist on ubiquitous edible souvenirs.
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