If you’ve ever made a beeline straight to the bathroom in a gorgeous hotel or resort to see what kind of beauty amenities they have available, this one-of-a-kind list is for you.
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Go to: Fontainebleau Miami Beach
Get: The Est. 1954 line
There’s a lot going on at the always-bustling scene that is Fontainebleau Miami Beach, and now the resort has a new unique feature to hang its hat on: a bespoke scent. Created by Histoires de Parfums founder Gerald Ghislain, the scent was inspired by and available exclusively at the property (it’s also the first time the niche fragrance line has designed products for a hotel partner). Called Est. 1954, the year Fontainebleau was founded, the scent is offered to guests in-room via shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion and bar soap.
Go to: The Royalton
Get: Soap Cherie Bubble Bath
The Royalton may be in midtown Manhattan, but it’s brought a little bit of the Brooklyn borough into its super-luxe bathrooms (complete with Philippe Starck–designed soaking tubs and mirrored-glass mosaic tiles) with Soap Cherie’s handmade Revitalize Bubble Bath. The skin-softening mix of peppermint, eucalyptus and rosemary notes is really hydrating and will transform even those strictly shower types into immediate converts. (An added bonus: There are also bath amenities by Malin + Goetz in-room as well.)
Go to: Canyon Ranch
Get: Its all-new signature bath and body line
Wellness powerhouse Canyon Ranch just debuted a new signature bath and body line in-room and across its resorts. All products (and their zesty lemongrass-sage scent) are naturally derived and feature a ton of skin-loving oils and botanicals like dilo oil and chia seed oil, chosen for their exceptional skin and hair benefits.
Go to: Gansevoort Meatpacking NY
Get: A full-service, in-room beauty bar
Move over, minibar—Glamour Bar at Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC is every beauty addict’s dream. Equipped with a custom-made Hollywood vanity mirror with adjustable incandescent lighting, super-luxe cosmetic brands and flat irons, this in-room corner is the only place you need to go before a big night out. The all-inclusive menu also offers a ton of must-have makeup, skin- and hair-care items that put Sephora to shame.
Go to: Domaine de Manville
Get: The signature line of products grown on-site
Using extracts of almonds, verbena, jasmine and maritime pines, Domaine de Manville’s products incorporate royal jelly from by local honeybees, as well as locally produced olive oil and honey. All ingredients are grown directly on the 250-acre restored farming estate in the heart of Provence.
Go to: A COMO property
Get: The signature line
You can pretty much smell the amazing essential oil–powered scents of the COMO Shambhala products the minute you walk in the door at one of the brand’s outposts. The range of massage oils, body care, hair care, home and travel products are free from parabens, silicones and synthetic substances and include three bespoke blends chosen for specific mood-enhancing properties.
Go to: Burj Al Arab Jumeirah
Get: Full-size Hermès fragrances
Guests of the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah in Dubai can indulge in the hotel’s custom Hermès in-room amenities line. Sure, you can find Hermès at some other exclusive high-end hotels, but theses amenities—including the fragrances—are full size!
Go to: Jumeirah Emirates Towers
Get: Full access to a cosmetics fridge
Another Dubai must-stop-at spot, the Jumeirah Emirates Towers, allows female travelers to stay on the exclusive Chopard ladies floor, which is solely serviced by female colleagues and comes equipped with a full cosmetics fridge and luxe Chopard bathing products.
Get: Beauty products via room service
The Arrabelle at Vail Square offers old-world charm but has a decidedly modern take on room service in the form of beauty-on-demand right to your door. The spa experience lets guests order face masks, bath salts and sugar scrubs (you can also call down for wine and chocolate) directly to the room (think lavender and honey bath bombs, honey-oat yogurt masks and sore-muscle milk baths).