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8 Awesome Extras in Luxury Hotel Rooms

If you have never stayed in a luxury hotel, chances are you have no idea about the awesome extras they offer. Although some may be over-the-top outrageous, such as your own soap concierge; others are just downright awesome. From loaner workout gear to endless movies to a pillow menu; these awesome extras will have you booking into a luxury hotel in no time.

8. Workout Gear

Don’t have room in your bag to pack your exercise gear, no problem if you are heading to luxury hotel. Many of these hotels are realizing the benefit of providing their guests with such things as high performance workout shorts and shirts, loaded iPods, yoga mats and weights; right to your room for free. Trump Hotels even lets you keep the shirts, shorts and shoes. At Ink48 in New York City the hotel offers loaner kits to runners that include loaded iPods, running belts equipped with water bottles, a sports watch and even a map. As well as a hydrating drink waiting for you in your room on your return. Exercising has never been easier at a luxury hotel.

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7. Mobile Phones

Imagine checking into a hotel and being handed a mobile phone, with unlimited data and calling capabilities. It sounds too good to be true right. Luckily for luxury hotel guests, this is now becoming the norm and many resorts are also picking up on the trend. At the Shangri-la Maldives guests are provided with a mobile phone complete with phone numbers programmed in, such as their personal butler, hotel restaurants and spa. The phone is also used to call for resort buggies to take them from point A to B The Cue Hotel in Hong Kong on the other hand provides a mobile phone with unlimited data, just in case you are visiting from outside the country and don’t want those nasty roaming charges. Many luxury all-inclusive hotels offer mobile phones to parents when they leave their children in the kid’s camps, ensuring they can check in and see how their kids are doing at all times.

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