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Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City We’re dedicating our August features to architecture and design. We’ve never been more ready to check into a dreamy new hotel, city hop on the world's most beautiful subways, or relax in a design-forward coffee shop. Now, we’re excited to celebrate the shapes and structures that make our world beautiful with an inspiring story of how one historic city is prioritizing accessibility, how a Swedish cemetery teaches us important lessons about design, an examination of how climate change is impacting the future of architecture, and a look at the must-have features to put together a dream hotel. When planning a trip there are a multitude of factors that contribute to your stay. It could be the proximity of a hotel to main sites of attractions, whether or not it’s an all-inclusive property, or perhaps you’re looking for pet-friendly amenities for your furry friends. Sometimes, though, it’s the little things – literally – like the toiletries that help us choose exactly where we want to stay for our travels. If that’s you, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most luxurious bathroom toiletries available at hotels across the world. Whether or not they’re your deciding factor to booking a hotel, that is completely up to you. Acqua di Parma: Hotel Principe di Savoia Milano Courtesy of Hotel Principe di Savoia Milano See Rates on Tripadvisor.com Known for authentic Italian Charm, the Hotel Principe di Savoia Milano provides luxury from the entrance of their traditional Milanese hotel design to the rooms that are furnished with high ceilings, rich-colored linens, decorative columns and hand-painted frescoes to bring out the most elegant of atmospheres. The bathrooms are also no short of luxurious. Designed entirely of marble and mosaics, you’ll quickly find the signature yellow of Acqua di Parma products lining up the shelves. Guests will have everything from the line: bath and shower gel, shampoo and conditioner, body lotion, and perfumed soaps. Plus, they all come in generous size bottles. Hermes: Burj Al Arab, Dubai Courtesy of Burj Al Arab, Dubai See Rates on Tripadvisor.com Burj Al Arab is peak luxury. With its opulent design that features gold just about everywhere, this Dubai hotel is deemed one of the most luxurious hotels in the world. All rooms are duplex suites, which already give guests more than enough space to relax – and plenty of areas to recline. The floor-to-ceiling windows show off the amazing views of the Arabian Gulf. Head to the bathroom to find a generous supply of full-size glass Hermès toiletries, which also include his-and-hers perfume. Le Labo: Park Hyatt New York Courtesy of Park Hyatt, New York See Rates on Tripadvisor.com This five-star hotel in New York is located in the heart of Manhattan and is all about smelling luxe. Perfume fans will already know the brand Le Labo, which means you will already know the slight financial investment Le Labo fragrances require. But if you find yourself traveling to New York and staying at the Park Hyatt, you'll see complimentary Tubereuse 40-scented Le Labo amenities in your room. These include shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, body lotion and even bath salts to help you wind down after a day (or night) of exploring the city and will leave you smelling like a warm forest with notes of bergamot, tangerine, tuberose, and amber. While these bottles are mini sizes, housekeeping will refresh your stock every day, so you won’t ever run out. Diptyque: Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur See Rates on Tripadvisor.com Mandarin Oriental in Kuala Lumpur greets guests with Diptyque bathroom amenities from the Philosykos collection. A scent inspired by summers in Greece, Philosykos smells of sweet figs mixed with the freshness of green leaves and the earthiness of white wood. And you, too, can smell this sweetly delicious by using the hotel’s shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and body lotion at this hotel. The hotel formerly used single-use plastics to provide guests with their own bottles, but as of 2021, they have installed dispensers in the rooms in an effort to move towards more sustainable practices. Once bottles are depleted, they are not refilled (to ensure utmost hygiene), rather, are recycled. Byredo: Intercontinental Barcelona Courtesy of Intercontinental Barcelona See Rates on Tripadvisor.com A stay at Intercontinental Barcelona means you can get to spend everyday smelling like Byredo’s Bal d'Afrique, a warm and romantic vetiver infused with neroli. As an effort to reduce waste, all InterContinental properties will be replacing their miniature-size toiletries with full-size, refillable bottles of their shampoo, condition, body wash, body lotion, and hand wash. This move is part of the greater IHG Hotels & Resorts goal to eradicate single-use items in their hotels by 2030. Other Intercontinental locations will begin to roll out this initiative and will feature either the Bal d’Afrique or Blanche fragrances, the latter being a light scent that replicates the closeness of one’s own skin with notes of rose and sandalwood. Votary: Alila Napa Valley Courtesy of Alila Napa Valley See Rates on Tripadvisor.com Famous for their natural facial oils, Votary products can be found inside the bathrooms of Alila Napa Valley in St. Helena, California. All rooms at the property come with the organic brand’s shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and body lotion. Unlike many hotel mini products that often come in cylindrical, white or translucent plastic bottles, Alila Napa Valley’s Rosemary and Chia line of Votary products come in a green aluminum tube that is 98% plastic free. While the green tubes are available only at hotels, you can find Votary’s line of other skincare products online. Aesop: Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City See Rates on Tripadvisor.com An ode to old New York, the Gramercy Park Hotel has a unique composition of colors, textures, art and furniture of old glamor. All rooms, even their smallest Queen room option, feel luxurious with tall ceilings, rich-colored linens with velvet accents, and handcrafted furniture. The bathroom is equally as dramatic with black marble juxtaposed against white subway tiles and dark cherry wood panels, all lit by Edison light bulbs. On top of those dark marble countertops are Aesop bathroom toiletries. Guests will have mini bottles of the Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser, shampoo and conditioner as well as hand wash available to use. Asprey London: The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City See Rates on Tripadvisor.com The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City is one of the hotel brand’s newest openings. The hotel overlooks Chapultepec Park and offers guests wide views of the city. And as expected for all Ritz-Carlton hotels, each bathroom comes stocked with Asprey London’s Purple Water Toiletries. The collection of products is made with essential oils that combine citrus and spicy notes, specifically blends of orange, jacaranda flowers, lemon, mandarin, and ginger. For guests who like the products so much (along with other hotel items like robes and bed sheets), they can purchase the hair and body care set online through The Shops at The Ritz-Carlton. Was this page helpful? Thanks for letting us know! Share Pin Email Tell us why! Submit Continue to 5 of 8 below.