These Hotels Have the Best Free Beauty Products
You booked the flight, charged the hotel room to the card, and have excursions planned day-in and day-out. Can’t something, for once, come cheap?
These hotels have found creative ways to pamper and thank their guests, and it isn’t just by offering complimentary WiFi. We’ve rated seven hotels based on the lavish complimentary beauty products they leave their guests. You won’t believe how much No. 1 would cost you out-of-pocket.
Hyatt hotels offer a number of complimentary bath products to their customers. The hotel chain surveyed guests in the “largest guest-listening exercise in the history of the brand,” according to a Hyatt representative. They stepped up their beauty product offerings as a result.
Next: This hotel gives complimentary products right from its spa.
6. W Hotels
W Hotels stock their bathroom with complimentary Bliss products. Eighteen W Hotels worldwide feature Bliss-branded spas to give you a relaxing experience with the products you can take home (for free)! Enjoy your stay and pamper yourself with the brand’s Lemon+Sage Body Butter, Supershine Shampoo, and Conditioning Rinse.
Be sure to grab a few for the road. Or go for the full-sized products you love from your W Hotel stay at the W Hotel store.
Next: This hotel had a scent custom-made for its guests.
The lavish brand Le Labo strikes again at Fairmont properties worldwide. They provide shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, and an exclusive Rose 31 scented soap that was designed just for Fairmont. Le Labo products are created in their New York City lab using organic ingredients that are 100% biodegradable and never animal-tested.
You can find Le Labo products at Barneys New York and various boutiques according to Le Labo’s list of suppliers. For the Fairmont-exclusive fragrance, visit U.S. and Canadian Fairmont stores.
Next: You’ve probably shopped for this luxury skincare brand before.
4. Renaissance Hotels
You’ve probably heard of the natural skin and haircare brand Aveda. But did you know you can get their products for free in your Renaissance Hotel guest room? The Marriott Hotel brand stocked over 160 locations with the popular plant-based line.
Locking down Aveda wasn’t easy for Renaissance. Hotels who want to carry their beauty products have to complete an environmental analysis application. They need a property rating of at least four stars and Aveda looks into their ecological policies, so you know the hotel chain aligns itself with Aveda’s values.
Next: You’ll blow money on this hotel room but save on the hair products.
3. The Standard
The Standard, a group of boutique hotels in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami Beach, keeps luxury his-and-hers products stocked for their guests. Men can keep it clean-shaven with custom grooming kits by Harry’s, a high-quality brand at an affordable price.
They offer complimentary beauty and skincare products by Kiss My Face, a natural brand which prides itself on its wholesome ingredients (they started by selling Olive Bar soaps). The Standard supplies guest rooms with Kiss My Face shampoos, conditioners, and lotions.
Next: Enjoy this ‘hotel with a heart’ with clean skin and healthy hair.
2. Joie de Vivre
Joie de Vivre, a “collection of hotels with heart,” is also a collection of hotels with lavish beauty products. Lather boasts “clean skin for a radiant life,” and their products are well suited to make your Joi de Vivre stay comfortable. Their cruelty-free skincare line is made from exclusively natural ingredients, and it will cost you more than your average drugstore brand.
The boutique hotel brand has locations throughout California, Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and New York City. You can buy Lather products online through their company website.
Next: This hotel offers high-end products and a high rate for a one-night stay.
1. Le Parker Meridien
The luxury hotel stocks its guest rooms with the best (and priciest) skin and hair care products. A one-night stay at Le Parker Meridien will set you back nearly $400 a night on average, so it comes as no surprise they provide Bulgari body lotion at their chic New York City and Palm Springs locations.
Along with the $58 lotion, the hotel keeps L’Occitane soap bars ($14), Molten Brown body wash ($30), and Penhaligon hair care products (around $35) on hand for guests.
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