10 of Our Favourite Hotel Products for Home

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From artisanal quilts and homemade granola to plush robes and scented candles, many signature products from our favourite hotels, both in Canada and around the world, are available for purchase. Here’s how to get that blissful hotel feeling at home.

February 12, 2021
A jar of pear butter from the Naramata Inn
   Photo: John Hollands
  1. Breakfast treats from the Naramata Inn, Naramata, B.C. —

    Smother a fresh scone in one of the inn’s seasonal fruit butters and you’ll feel like you’re breakfasting in the Okanagan. Also available to start your morning off right: chef Ned Bell’s homemade granola with sun‑dried cherries. Housemade Apple Butter, $8; Housemade Pear Butter, $8; Housemade Apple and Cherry Granola, $14

Black and grey tipped chopsticks from Trunk (Hotel), Tokyo
  1. Chopsticks from Trunk (Hotel), Tokyo —

    Made from the upcycled wood of broken baseball bats and leftover timber from the baseball‑bat production process, these sleek and sustainable chopsticks are the perfect souvenir from the ultra‑stylish, minimalist hotel that’s sandwiched between Shibuya and Harajuku. Otemoto, ¥2,750 (approximately $33)

Take Me Back Eucalyptus Shower Mist from Ste. Anne’s Spa
   Photo: Chris Oliver, CCO Productions
  1. Shower mist and tea from Ste. Anne’s Spa, Grafton, Ontario —

    For that fresh‑from‑the‑massage‑table feeling, hit the shower with Ste. Anne’s Eucalyptus Shower Mist, followed by one of the spa’s signature teas – White Honey Fig (a sweet‑scented white tea with chunks of figs, apples and pineapple) is one of our favourites. Take Me Back Eucalyptus Shower Mist, $18; White Honey Fig Tea, $18

Luxurious bedding from Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
  1. Bedding from Fairmont Hotels & Resorts —

    If you’re like us, one of the things you’re missing most about travel is an over‑the‑top hotel bed. Luckily, Fairmont has made its bedding, from the pillowcases down to its signature pillowtop mattress, available in its official store, so you can remake the dreamy sleep experience you had at the Fairmont Banff Springs (Rocky Mountains not included). The Fairmont Bed and Bedding, from $89

Spa candles in black hand-blown glass containers from Aman resorts
  1. Relaxing candles from Aman resorts —

    Be transported to a luxurious Aman resort – in Phuket, Thailand, or maybe Marrakech – with one of the brand’s new spa candles, made from natural and mineral waxes in hand‑blown black glass containers. Nourishing (one of three available scents) features notes of bergamot, jasmine, clove and sandalwood for a comforting and soothing aroma. Nourishing Candle, $84

A couple wearing the Helly Hansen Rain Jacket from Wickaninnish Inn
   Photo: Jeremy Koreski
  1. Rain gear from the Wickaninnish Inn, Tofino, B.C. —

    Every room in the iconic West Coast property has bright‑yellow Helly Hansen rain jackets hanging in the closet, for donning before heading out on a wet Chesterman Beach walk (plus rain pants and umbrellas, too). Mimic those Tofino storm‑chasing vibes at home with your very own version of the hooded jacket. Helly Hansen Rain Jacket, $110

Shangri‑La Hotel, Toronto’s B‑Wall Honey Pot
  1. Local honey from Shangri‑La Hotel, Toronto —

    Swirl a teaspoon of this ultra‑smooth and sticky local honey – produced by the downtown Toronto hotel’s own bees – into your tea to recreate the Shangri‑La Afternoon Tea experience at home. Shangri‑La Hotel, Toronto’s B‑Wall Honey Pot, $14

A colourful daisy patterned Quilt Throw from Fogo Island Inn
  1. Locally made quilts from Fogo Island Inn, Fogo Island, Newfoundland and Labrador —

    Tuck yourself in under a cheerful quilt crafted by local makers, just like the ones in the guest rooms at the inn. Both summer and winter quilts use natural vintage fabrics in patterns inspired by Fogo Island’s long‑standing quilting tradition. Quilt Throw, from $1,300

1 Hotels Hooded Jersey Robe in grey
  1. The robe from 1 Hotels —

    If you can’t lounge in a comfy king bed complete with organic cotton sheets overlooking the treetops at 1 Hotel Central Park in New York, then cozying up in one of the hotel’s signature jersey robes is the next best thing. Picture the softest sweatshirt you own, but as a robe. 1 Hotels Hooded Jersey Robe, US$85

Three beautifully patterned cushions accented in blue from Halcyon House
   Photo: Kara Rosenlund
  1. Throw pillows from Halcyon House, Cabarita Beach, Australia —

    Bring the bright, exuberant prints found splashed around the beachfront Halcyon House to your own place with these cushions by Anna Spiro, the interior designer behind the hotel. Vacation vibes: activated. Anna Spiro Oahu Blue Grotto with JAB Anstoetz Switch Trim Cushion, AU$275