For some travelers, the simple amenities are good enough. They’re looking for a clean, private bedroom and some well-manicured grounds to enjoy. Perhaps free Wi-Fi or a charging station in the lobby.
But today’s hotel trends are indicating that more and more travelers are looking for unique and luxurious when they book their stays at small hotels.
Here’s a few of the over-the-top (or OTT) amenities that can be found at modern B&Bs around the world:
This is a one-of-a-kind amenity that currently can only be found at the amazingly luxuriously and incredibly exclusive Ty Warner Mansion at Las Ventanas al Paraiso.
It costs a mere $35,000 per night to stay at the Ty Warner Mansion, but with this hefty room rate comes the ability to create a customized, private fireworks display from a menu that can be found in the room!
Consider watching your personal fireworks show by sipping on tequila from your private tequila library, which is just another added benefit of booking this ultimate room.
Those who book the Graybarn Cottage enjoy the perks of having their own personal assistant during their stay.
This assistant will deliver breakfast fresh in the morning, and also helps to make reservations, book excursions and complete itineraries for guests.
In Texas, the Inn on Lake Granbury has earned a reputation of being one of the poshest destinations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Not only will guests enjoy first-class amenities throughout their rooms, but they also have access to a saltwater pool!
Visitors love the feeling of swimming in their own ocean, and it’s particularly rejuvenating considering there’s a private waterfall in view of the pool as well.
This is an adults-only B&B, making it an ideal destination for those seeking romance and privacy.
While you likely aren’t going to find these incredible amenities at just any B&B that you book, you are sure to find personal touches and fine details at just about any property across the globe.
The joy of staying at a bed and breakfast is that you get a home-like experience in a new destination.
Innkeepers work hard in order to create a welcoming and relaxing atmosphere within their properties, and they are known for providing their guests with personalized service and devoted attention.
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