The new luxurious 24-hour service hotels are
throwing in for free!
There's a new hotel trend emerging, and it's one
that's going to make your next getaway a thoroughly
pampered one. Turns out, many hotels are now
providing complimentary 24-hour butler service!
That's right, a team
and women are standing by right now to fulfill your every
serving your morning coffee and afternoon tea to
running a bath for you complete with rose
petals. Looking for entertainment? They’ll arrange
an evening itinerary for you and make all your
reservations. Too busy to do your own shopping? Just
tell them your size and preferences and they’ll
bring back your new wardrobe. You may even be
provided with a special cell phone to contact your
butler should you find yourself away from the hotel
when a request occurs to you.
Here are four of our
favorite hotels from around the globe that offer
this indulgent (and much appreciated) service free
Alvear Palace Hotel, Buenos Aires
This hotel's butlers are all about the details
from the start of your stay
(their first assignment is to iron the entire
contents of your suitcase and hang it in your
the moment you
check out (they'll pack all those ironed clothes
right back up for you!).
$403 per night, Avenida Alvear 1891, Buenos Aires,
The Head Butler at this distinguished Scottish hotel
used to run Buckingham Palace, so these guys are
gunning to set the standard in butler service. No
request is too big or small. Want a bath drawn for
you at 3 am? No problem. Need the web surfed for
you? They’re all over it.
Treat yourself: $350 per night,
34 Great King Street, Edinburgh,
Regis Resort, Aspen, Colorado
Butler's specialty: Butler
service isn’t limited to the indoors at this resort.
Your butler works the slopes, too, carrying your ski
equipment out to the slopes for you, helping you
decide which trails to ski and offering you a hot beverage
upon your return.
Treat yourself: $482 per night, 315
East Dean Street, Aspen, Colorado,
Ginza, Tokyo, Japan
Here the butlers are
known for their skill in combining European
tradition with Japanese hospitality to create a
unique fusion in indulgent service.
Treat yourself: $450 per night,
1-11-2 Ginza, Tokyo,