Walking through the door of a top hotel is to step into luxury. A huge aspect of this immediate sense of pleasure is that of aroma and something that hotels such as W, Westin, Edition, and more spend millions to get right. Your home or business space can also feature such refined fragrances, enjoy the wide range of hotel-inspired scents that you can bring into your home.
Hotel Scents For Your Home:
The Edition Hotel Scent
1 Hotel Scent
The W Hotels scent
The Atlantis Hotel Scent
The Westin Hotel
There’s no better solution to a beautifully scented home than the hotel-inspired aromas from industry leader, Hotel Scents. Aroma is a personal choice, and if you’ve ever dreamed you could reproduce a fragrance you’ve enjoyed in any luxury hotel around the world, then the following are sure to appeal:
Black Velvet is inspired by the gorgeous scent made famous by The Edition Hotel and combines a twist of lemon with encapsulating amber for a subtle, sultry aroma.
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Visitors to the 1 Hotel in Miami Beach are enveloped in a sensual, delicious tone, featuring iris, sandalwood, and cedar, that’s led to the creation of the scent, My Way.
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24K Magic is aptly named, as this citrusy fragrance develops into a delightful floral bouquet, such as that enjoyed by guests in W Hotels around the world.
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The Atlantis Resorts embrace the heady scents of orange blossom and jasmine to delight their customers. Skyfall is the delicious aroma that embodies this warm and welcoming fragrance to use within your home.
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Beautifully revitalizing, Dream On is a wonderful interpretation of the bespoke scent enjoyed by visitors to the best Westin Hotels around the world.
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How To Scent Your Home: Candles, Reeds, And Scent Diffusers
Your home scenting needs are perfectly catered for with the wide collection of hotel-inspired fragrances from the experts at Hotel Scents. You can disperse these fragrances into the air via a candle, reed diffuser, or—the ultimate option—a scent diffuser that uses an advanced procedure known as “cold air diffusion”.