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The Chicest Hotel Merchandise

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Stave off the post-holiday blues with a selection of the most covetable pieces from some of the chicest hotels around the world. Long gone are the days of smuggling home the mini toiletries – the new wave of hotel merch will see you filing your suitcase with logo tote bags, classic caps and even tableware.

The white and yellow stripes of Il Pellicano on the Amalfi Coast are instantly recognisable. To recreate the look at home, visit Issimo, the hotel’s online store, where you'll find everything from bags and T-shirts to homeware and beauty.

The 34 destinations of Aman Resorts are renowned for their tranquillity. Inspired by them, Aman Essentials is a collection of bespoke products that allow you to recreate the lifestyle at home. The cork yoga mat is top of our wish lists. 

The signature aesthetic of Positano's historic Hotel Sirenuse, has been captured in a small collection of resort wear, available at Emporio Sirenuse. You’ll find dresses, homeware and even a dedicated merch section.

Savour the taste of a stay at Cape Town’s Babylonstoren with its cold-pressed, hand-harvested olive oil, made from olives grown on the slopes of the Simonsberg mountain.

As well as a sleepwear line and even trainers featuring The Beverly Hills Hotel’s signature palm motif, you can also find classic caps embroidered with its iconic logo.

Beloved by celebrities and stylists alike, Frame’s collaboration with The Ritz Paris was the hotel’s first ever merch partnership. The line-up of classic essentials all feature the hotels signature logo.

The swimming pools of Soho House are iconic. Wrap yourself in one of their signature towels post bath or shower and transport yourself to some of the coolest cities in the world.

The incredibly stylish homewares brand Summerill & Bishop has collaborated with Claridge’s on a collection of table linens inspired by the hotel’s signature art-deco design and checkerboard lobby.  

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