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Staying at a nice hotel is decidedly indulgent — not just price-wise, but feeling-wise. You know you’re going to sleep in the nicest bedding, wrap yourself in the plushest robe, and find the best products to pamper yourself with. The glassware is heavy, textured, and rimmed with gold. The coffee station makes you spring out of bed in the morning. And all the decor, from the lobby to the room, is giving you major inspo for a home revamp.
But luxury hotel stays come and go, and you’re ultimately left with your less-than-impressive setup at home. Until now. We’ve curated the items you need to feel just as bougie in the comfort of your home as you do in a classy hotel.
Nothing says cozy quite like a large, plush robe. It’s one of the first things I indulge in once I check-in. This unisex robe is popular among hotels. It’s as soft as it is elegant — featuring a shawl-lined collar and cuffs and front pockets. Finally, a robe you don’t have to try and slip in your suitcase and hope the hotel doesn’t charge you for later!
You can always count on a nice hotel to have a mountain of down pillows for you to dive into. When you wake up, you’re buried beneath their cloud-like goodness, and wondering why you haven’t invested in better pillows at home. Well, now’s your chance. Go for the mid-plush option from Brooklinen for something that’s reminiscent of a swanky hotel, but offers a bit more support.
If you want to be even bougier than a hotel, upgrade your pillowcases to mulberry silk. Not only will it make you feel like you’re being extra, but it will provide your skin and hair the benefits of a frictionless sleep. Trust me, my hair is a mane, and I wake up looking way better than usual with these pillowcases. Brooklinen offers a variety of patterns and colors, from a dreamy white to a cool celestial.
A great hotel knows having a signature scent is one of the keys to making guests remember them. Pura is the one diffuser you need to give your home that dreamy smell. The plug-in device allows you to try out different scents, set timers, strengths, and more. Personally, I love all the woodsy scents the brand offers.
A beautiful bouquet of flowers is a surefire way to spruce up the home, hotel style. But fresh flowers die so quickly! Venus et Fleur has found an innovative workaround that allows you to enjoy a fresh bouquet for up to a year. It’s been six months, and my bouquet still looks as alive as day one and smells delicious.
A bidet just screams expensive — but it doesn’t have to be. Tushy is an easy-to-install bidet attachment for your home toilet. I have one myself and can attest to it being dummy-proof to set up and use. Oh, and it’s very effective.
I will forever be grateful that Nespresso machines seem to be the standard in luxury hotel rooms. At the touch of a button, you can brew three different cup sizes, from a single shot of espresso up to eight ounces of coffee.
When a hotel has a soaking tub, it’s game over for any other plans. Pull out that book, glass of wine, and candle for a bubble bath at home using a luxurious bathtub caddy made of high-quality bamboo. I love that this one has extendable handles to fit most tubs.
Coffee table book
A worldly coffee table book is the perfect addition to your home if you’re trying to mimic the luxe digs of your favorite hotel. From lobbies to rooms, hotels love to lure guests in with gorgeous hardcover books that invite their guests to sit and stay awhile. You can’t go wrong with any of the coffee table books by Gray Malin. See more of our favorite travel books here.
A high-end throw is one of the telltale signs you’ve opted for luxe lodging. I love that this ultra-indulgent cashmere option is reasonably priced, reversible, and decorated with fringe. It’s like the dupe of the ever-popular Hermès option!
Delicate wine glasses
I’m a sucker for good wine glasses, and when I check into a nice hotel, it’s a given I’ll enjoy such pleasures. Waterford is the brand to know in terms of high-quality, luxury stemware, so I was pleasantly surprised to find this set for a bargain!
If there’s one thing you need to make your home feel like a hotel, it’s luxury bedding, and that begins with crisp sheets. This 480-thread count set features a silky-smooth weave reminiscent of that feeling you get when you plunge into a hotel bed.
Nowadays, wallpaper is all the rage at hotels. Level up your home decor by trying out some of the stylish peel-and-stick wallpaper options from Tempaper. A powder room or accent wall is a great place to start.
An intriguing in-room amenity people love to get their hands on is a pair of binoculars. Excite your guests, or give yourself more active decor, by displaying a set on a table or shelf in your home.
Tabletop accents like this U-shaped, modern vase are another great touch to zhush up your space. The Nordic look transcends styles and is excellent for displaying fresh-cut flowers or dried ones.
Bedside water carafe and glass set
A classy bedside water setup is next-level attention to detail the most luxurious of hotels are known for. Bring that energy home without the price tag with this stunning water carafe and glass set. The gold trim adds a touch of glamor that won’t go unnoticed.