All the elements that make up the complicated business of planning, designing and operating a hotel, it is often the small details which your property will be judged on.A good case in point is the decision over which toiletries and amenities your guests will find in their bathroom. For many choosy guests, this is as crucial as the comfort of the bed. “It is well understood and documented that the two most important aspects in a luxury hotel stay are ‘the bed’ and ‘the bath’ experience. These are two areas a hotel should never compromise for a discerning guest. They help a hotel build their luxury credentials.
Fragrance and scent memory are more memorable than taste, says the company – selecting the right products will not only enhance your guest experience, but create a ‘scent memory’ for your hotel.
“When selecting toiletries, the key is to know your hotel demographics: young, old, family, more male or female, nationality of your guests, corporate or resort etc. In addition, the hotel’s destination and season should be reflected in the fragrance selected. Perhaps one fragrance does not fit all. it offers a variety of luxury hotel collections with over 25 fragrances and formulations to truly customize your guest experience. We have fragrance experts that will assist hotel in not only picking the right scent but creating a signature experience.
It offers five Luxury Hotel Collections of amenities and accessories with more than 25 formulations and fragrances. Its offer includes an exclusive bespoke hotel collection and dual label hotel collection for larger hotels and hotel groups. A full complement of partnership benefits including butler and concierge programs, corporate gifting, room to retail programs and more are available.
“What gives us such sweeping global reach is the supreme value that we place on creating the finest amenities available, our commitment to concierge-level service, and our dedication to environmental stewardship and clean, skin-friendly formulations,” says the company.
“Whether a design-minded urban boutique hotel or a luxury serviced apartment, amenities detailed to enhance the experience for guests on a global scale. Hoteliers and operators can explore an abundance of house collections and specialty brand amenities; from celebrity-endorsed Italian brand Salvatore to the uncompromising perfection of British perfumer celebrity hairstylist.
As well as the long established brands in the amenities space, the last few years have seen a surge of exciting new brands entering the market. One of these is Noble Isle, which describes itself as “an exquisite bath & body brand, made in the UK and inspired by the natural and cultural riches of the British Isles, featuring unique extracts sourced from celebrated local producers, including rhubarb from England, sea oak from Ireland, malted barley from Scotland and beetroot from Wales.” This collaboration has been followed by the launch of a new amenity range for the Hotel, with guests receiving a rosemary and water mint candle, bath salts, body balm and bath and body oil.
“It has been part of the company’s growth and expansion plan for some time to extend our offering into a range of British made bespoke and tailored organic and natural amenities. Having worked within the hospitality industry for over 30 years I have a keen interest and understanding of the benefits of offering effective organic and natural amenities to promote a company’s credentials and commercials. Being authentic and focusing on the customer is fundamental to this. The projects we work on all consider sustainability as well as cost.”