Returning to your hotel room in the evening, wouldn’t it be fun to be greeted with a surprisingly creative service with a personal touch that goes beyond generic chocolate on the pillow? Guaranteed an unconventional landing
To add richness and depth to the accommodation experience.
During the exhausting tides of the pandemic, a handful of local luxury hotels offering innovative turning-down services have opened their doors to pamper travelers.
Hospitality away from home.
Lulu Hotel in Anaheim, California.
With the innovative Pops & Sparkle Bedroom, Lulu Hotel makes your evenings full of vitality
Because guest rooms offer views of the nightly Disneyland fireworks show. But this is not so
All: This boutique hotel, which reopened in May after a complete renovation, also adds edible food
Pop in with handcrafted homemade pastries daily by local Crema Artisan Bakers.
“After enjoying a day at the park, sometimes the best place to watch the fireworks is from your own room, with a special treat. We thought pop pies and sparkle of fireworks go hand in hand,” says General Manager John Chan.
Keswick Hall in Keswick, Virginia.
Although Keswick Hall has been fascinating guests since 1912, it recently reopened, revealing luxurious upgrades. Reflecting its commitment to sustainability and fair trade,
Keswick Hall makes home-made, locally inspired chocolate. Owner Molly Hardy says the chocolate includes seasonal herbs and flavors. For the warm winter months, the dessert will contain ground mint. “Each chocolate is engraved with the clever fox that is our logo mark,” she says, “a true nod to our property’s property heritage.” Hardy hopes that the souvenir of time spent at Keswick Hall will continue with guests until they can return, because, she points out, who doesn’t remember the great chocolate?
Hilton Aventura Miami Hotel in Aventura, Florida.
The elegant Hilton Aventura Miami opened in March, and it’s making a great impression
On the guests with the creatively designed Fruit Puzzle, an eye-catching mixture
The culinary art of celebrity Executive Chef Philip Thompson. “As a child, I
He was always fascinated with puzzles – shapes and colors – and it seemed like
It is a natural progression to incorporate it into food. It was originally conceived as
A wedding amenity that symbolizes the bride and groom to find their last piece
Another mystery, the new landing is meant to spark thought and bring smiles.
Taking the traditional fruit platter to the next level, the delicious treat fits precisely into the cut
Fruit together to form a presentation of puzzles worth watching on Instagram.
YOTEL Washington DC
After a multi-million dollar remodel completed during the pandemic lockdown, YOTEL Washington DC welcomed guests in February. Focus especially on the most important part of your stay: sleep, says Shaun Jervis, the hotel’s general manager. “Our signature SmartBed converts from a day sofa to a full-size bed with the push of a button, while our mood lighting system allows you to go from cold to snoozing with a quick tap to provide maximum flexibility in arranging the home when and how you want it,” says Jervis.
The Legoland Hotel in Goshen, New York
At the brand new LEGOLAND New York resort, which opened in July, children will already open
We look forward to going to bed because the fun doesn’t stop when the park closes, hotel manager Scott Case promised.
The next-generation sleep experience is the ultimate in interactive closure and, like any other resort, has been specifically designed with kids in mind. “Google Nest Alice helps get kids ready for bed with an immersive bedtime story or sends them on a prize hunt inside the room for prizes to get them out of the house at the end of their great day!” Explain the situation.