Unlimited Luxury

Luxury has gotten its hands on all-inclusive and the trend isn’t slowing.

Luxury hotels are experimenting now with what looks like a fully stocked, free minibar, daily breakfast for two and other amenities like laundry or a cocktail in the lounge. At the 24-room, 5-star Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary in the Himalayas, guests receive as many treatments as they’d like over three, four or seven night stays.

It’s a trend that really draws on the experiential — if a guest is already paying luxury prices, giving them that extra bit of luxury will only result in delighted guests.

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