London Marriott Hotel Park Lane collaborates with Penhaligon's fragnances

The partnership will offer guests access to 14 Penhaligon’s fragrances during their stay

Guests will also receive a complimentary full-sized bottle of their choice of fragrance to keep
Guests will also receive a complimentary full-sized bottle of their choice of fragrance to keep

London Marriott Hotel Park Lane has partnered with British perfume house Penhaligon’s to launch the Suite Scents experience. The experience will offer guests staying in their premier suites access to a collection of the brand’s fragrances to use during their stay.

Guests booking the Suite Scents package will be hand-delivered a personalised Penhaligon’s Fragrance Library presented on a floral display. The library curated by Penhaligon’s presents a collection of 14 of their most popular scents for both men and women.

Guests will also receive a complimentary full-sized bottle of their choice of fragrance to keep.  Guests redeeming the package will enjoy a suite for up to two guests for one night and a British breakfast for two in Lanes of London.

A trained fragrance butler will also be available to assist guests with selecting their Penhaligon’s scents to wear during their stay. Additionally, amenities from Penhaligon’s Halfeti range will be available in every guest bathroom.
 
Suite Scents will be available to book until December 2019.

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