Impress The Guests: Create A Luxury Hotel-Style Room For Your Visitors

Impress The Guests: Create A Luxury Hotel-Style Room For Your Visitors
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Create a plush ‘staycation’ guest room for your visitors and impress them from the get-go with your fabulous hosting skills. Why is important to design a luxury living space for your guests? Because you love your friends and relatives and you want them to feel comfortable, secure and happy when they are staying over, of course! Read on to discover some of the best ways to impress your guests. And follow the click for more ideas for everything to do with your home.

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Sleeping In Luxury

Everyone loves the feeling of sinking into a sumptuous bed made up of Egyptian cotton bed sheets and the plumpest fluffiest pillows. Treat your guests to a super luxe hotel-style experience by investing in high-quality bedding and plush pillows. Choose neutral shades of soft light and dark gray to create an elegant room that will appeal to all. On the bedside cabinets leave a fresh bottle of water for each guest, favorite books and a couple of current magazines in case they want to read. Make sure that curtains or blinds have a black out feature so your guests are sure to get a sound night of sleep. And also be sure to invest in elegant bedside lamps and also a main light with a dimmer switch for added ambiance. Invest, as well, in an ornate full-length mirror so they can easily put on makeup and check out what they’re wearing before they leave the room!

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The Little Extras

For cute luxury hotel appeal, fashion your towels how they do when you’re on holiday. This towel animal folding guide will teach you how to make those delightful swans that exotic hotels always lay on the bed. A sweet touch! Also be sure to include enough hangers in the wardrobe for your guests’ clothes. And add an extra fluffy bathrobe and slippers for each guest so they can lounge around in comfort. Also use a deep wicker basket to store extra pillows and blankets in case your visitors are feeling the chill. Invest in some tall vases and have fresh cut flowers ready for when your visitors arrive. This is one of the sure-fire ways to make the guest room look fresh and chic. For a true boutique hotel style feel, leave out a pretty tray stashed with a teapot, teabags and coffee so your guest can treat themselves whenever they want. Then all they need to do is holler to their host if they need fresh milk or extra hot water.

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Plush Guest Bathroom

If you are lucky enough to have a guest bathroom, don’t forget to make this look super chic too. Have a bale of fresh fluffy white towels and flannels that your guests can use. And create a special travel pack which includes extras they may have forgotten. In here you can include toothpaste, a toothbrush, hand lotion and face wipes. Always make sure you are fully stocked with shower gel, bubble bath, and toilet roll too. Holding on to travel sizes you get from hotel stays is a great way of making your guest bathroom look like the ultimate swanky hotel.

And last but not least don’t forget to leave a spare set of keys on the bedside table for them. This way they’ll certainly feel like a luxury hotel guest. Hopefully, they’ll then make you breakfast in return for the board!

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