Each suite includes a private tuk-tuk to chauffeur you around Angkor Wat

We take for granted the toiletries in our bathroom, the welcome cocktail on check-in, room service… That’s why when a hotel goes the extra mile to make us feel extra special, or perfectly at home with a never-experienced-before service, we can’t help but feel giddy with delight

 

The One With Oxygenated Air

Songstam Retreat at Shangri-La, Yunnan

Why oxygenated air, you ask? Simply because the hotel is located at 3,300 meters above sea level, making us prone to altitude sickness. Ahhh, breathe in that fresh air!

 

The One With A Fragrance Butler

Rosewood Hotels (North America and Saudi Arabia)

New city, new fragrance, that’s the Rosewood Hotels new motto. Thanks to its Fragrance Butler’s help, guests are able to try out new scents from a fragrance menu, which are tailored to the hotel. Perfect for trying out Daisy Marc Jacobs or Tom Ford for Men before deciding it’s your new signature scent.

 

The One With Free Ice Cream

Six Senses Yao Nai

We all have a sweet tooth, and the only time we allow ourselves to deviate from our healthy and balanced diet is on holiday. Six Senses knows that, and to help us make the most of our diet-fast, hand out free ice cream all day, every day. Food heaven!

 

The One With Free Cell Phones

Seven Hotel, Bangkok

Bangkok is a vibrant and buzzing city, and it’s not always easy finding your way through its hustle and bustle. With that in mind, Seven Hotel issues free cell phones to guests who are worried about getting lost. In addition to having the hotel’s contact details, the phone is loaded with restaurant, bars and nightclub recommendations.

 

The One With A Private Tuk-Tuk

Amansara, Siem Reap

Though the hotel is located a mere 10-minute stroll from the heart of Siem Reap, it’s nice to know that each suite is designated a private remork (Cambodian tuk-tuk) to chauffeur you around the massive Angkor Wat complex.

 

The One With A Tea Sommelier

The Lanesborough London

As a quintessentially British hotel, it only seems fitting that the Lanesborough London promote the most British of beverages: tea! The hotel has created the world’s first tea sommelier, who is delighted to explain the characteristics and benefits of each tea. As the winner of the United Kingdom’s Tea Council’s Award of Excellence three years in a row, The Lanesborough knows its tea!

 

The One With Presidential Cookies

Ritz-Carlton, Washington D.C

Ever wondered what President Obama’s favourite cookie was? Whether President Jefferson had a sweet tooth. Or if President Lincoln loved lemon squares? The Ritz-Carlton, Washington D.C is revealing these very well kept secrets just for its guests… Every evening, the hotel prepares one of the presidents’ favourite cookies in the hotel lobby, along with the recipe for guests to take home.

 

The One With A Sleep Concierge

The Benjamin, New York City

The Benjamin’s sleep concierge, headed by Rebecca Robbins will have you asleep in a jiffy: pillow menus with a dozen choices, sound machines, soothing aromatherapy bath products, the ever comforting warm milk and cookies and relaxing teas… All the necessary sleep-inducing apparatus are just a phone call away.

 

The One With An In-Room Mixologist

The Surrey Hotel, New York City

Ever wanted to try your hand a making cocktails? Well, The Surrey should be your next home away from home in NYC. The hotel’s in-room mixologist is on-call 24/7 to teach you the tricks of the trade. Call him up and he’ll come running with a fully stocked cocktail cart, and the lessons begin. Pick a cocktail, he’ll give you a demo then it’s your turn to whip up a storm!

 

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