Bedtime confectionery remains common­place from grand hotel to guest house, though its origin is largely unknown to managements and guests. Photo: Shutterstock Bedtime confectionery remains common­place from grand hotel to guest house, though its origin is largely unknown to managements and guests. Photo: Shutterstock
Bedtime confectionery remains common­place from grand hotel to guest house, though its origin is largely unknown to managements and guests. Photo: Shutterstock
Luxury travel

What makes chocolates at bedtime so enticing and why some hotels are going a step further

  • Pillow chocolates are often cited as one of guests’ favourite things, but many of the best hotels have moved on to other amenities
  • Establishing a connection with the local area is a common strategy, such as gifts that introduce a country’s culture

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Bedtime confectionery remains common­place from grand hotel to guest house, though its origin is largely unknown to managements and guests. Photo: Shutterstock Bedtime confectionery remains common­place from grand hotel to guest house, though its origin is largely unknown to managements and guests. Photo: Shutterstock
Bedtime confectionery remains common­place from grand hotel to guest house, though its origin is largely unknown to managements and guests. Photo: Shutterstock
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