Molton Brown's Essential Collection II launches at the Grand Hotel Stockholm
Luxury bath and body brand Molton Brown – the prestigious hotel amenities partner for The Grand Hotel Stockholm – is now supplying the hotel with its exclusive Essential Collection II.
[USPRwire, Mon Jul 15 2013] The Grand Hotel, Stockholm has chosen to treat its guests to Molton Brown's exclusive Essential Collection II which includes a range of exotically scented washes, body lotions and hair care in handy travel tubes.
The Essential Collection II of body and hair essentials is packaged in flip-top tubes which are 100% recyclable and ideal for travel. The collection also includes a range of handy travel accessories such as dental sets and a vanity kit. The travel-sized tubes in the collection include some of the most popular shower gels, body lotions, shampoos and conditioners by Molton Brown www.moltonbrown.co.uk, including the travel-reviving Cempaka Collection and the bestselling Pink Pepperpod Bath and Shower.
At The Grand Hotel Stockholm guests are treated to additional services coordinated by Molton Brown. The Bathing Butler service allows guests to ring the reception and order a butler to draw them a bath using Molton Brown blends of their choice with additional information on which products might be best suited to them.
Exclusive to The Grand Hotel, Molton Brown also offers a Fragrance Butler who will give guests a choice of fragrances to wear for the day or night ahead. The guest has a choice of five fragrances from Molton Brown's 'Navigations through Scent' collection which blends some of the most precious ingredients in perfume to create unique scents inspired by locations across the globe.
About the Grand Hotel
French chef Régis Cadier founded the hotel in 1874 with the mission to create Sweden's first world-renowned luxury hotel. Since 1901 the Nobel Prize laureates and their families have all been guests of the Grand Hotel and many royals have chosen the hotel as their place to stay when visiting Stockholm.
Today the hotel offers 300 rooms of which 34 are suites (The Princess Lilian Suite, measuring a huge 330 square metres and offering panoramic views over Stockholm, being the biggest of them all). The lavish interiors of the hotel have led it to be designated as a 'Swedish national treasure' and in 2007 the hotel opened four new meeting rooms on top of the existing 24 meeting and banquet rooms.
Gastronomy is also a big part of what gives The Grand Hotel its impressive reputation. Renowned Swedish chef, Mathias Dahlgren, opened his eponymous restaurant, Mathias Dahlgren at Grand Hôtel in May 2007. The restaurant offers two different dining experiences which complement each other through the dual concept of Matsalen (The Dining Room) and Matbaren (The Food Bar) and a daily-changing menu. In March 2011 Matsalen was awarded with two Michelin stars and Matbaren one Michelin star.
About Molton Brown:
Over the decades Molton Brown has built up a reputation for being London's bath, body and beauty connoisseurs. Their perfumes, shower gels, body lotions, candles and hand care products blend exotic ingredients with a touch of London eccentricity for bold fragrances and bright colours that stand out on the shelf. You’ll now find Molton Brown in 5 star hotels, stylish homes and high-end department stores across the world and yet each product is still blended in London, the brand's home since 1973.
To find out more about Molton Brown, visit their website www.moltonbrown.com.