Guests always expect more and more from hotels, and that’s why it’s important to ensure they have everything they need to make their stay comfortable and enjoyable.
In addition to the room’s necessities, you need to make sure that your guests have the best possible toiletries. Your toiletries selection can have a big impact on your guests’ impression of your hotel.
In this blog, we’ll discuss some of the best hotel toiletries to offer your guests to provide the best possible hotel experience.
Shampoo and Conditioner
Shampoo and conditioner are your guests’ primary hair care essentials. No matter what type of hair your guests have, they need shampoo and conditioner that will leave their hair clean, soft, and shiny. Consider providing some small-sized bottles of shampoo and conditioner in the guest room that can come in handy for guests who forgot to pack these essential items.
Soap is an essential item that is definitely appreciated by all guests. Consider providing a fragrance-free bar soap or liquid soap that is friendly on sensitive skin. Ensure that the soap matches your hotel theme and décor.
Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
As a hotel, your guests will need to brush their teeth twice a day and they may forget to pack their toothbrush and toothpaste. Providing these would be a great help for your guests ensuring that they maintain their dental hygiene throughout their stay at your hotel.
Provide a small-sized toothpaste tube and toothbrush for each guest and have them available in the bathroom that way, guests can easily locate and use them.
A shaving kit is a great toiletry item to offer your guests because some may travel with only a carry-on and not be able to take a safety razor or any other shaving equipment. Provide a disposable razor with shaving cream and aftershave lotion to help your guests take care of their grooming routines.
Guests may arrive without certain personal hygiene items such as cotton swabs, cotton balls, nail clippers, or emery boards. Providing these basic hygiene essential items in the guest bathroom will help your guests feel more at home and like you have thought about them.
In conclusion, hotels should always provide the best toiletries to their guests to provide the best possible hotel experience. Offering shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shaving kits, and hygiene products will help your guests feel more comfortable and taken care of.
Moreover, make sure to also place them in an eye-catching way in the guest’s room. As the old saying goes, “it’s the little things that count”, and these small touches can go a long way toward making your guests feel valued and appreciated.