60 Stylish Products You Can Buy From Your Favourite Hotels
60 Stylish Products You Can Buy From Your Favourite Hotels

60 Stylish Products You Can Buy From Your Favourite Hotels

Here, we’ve rounded up our favourite shoppable ranges from some of the world’s dreamiest hotels – from Italian glassware to farmhouse produce, iconic home fragrances to bespoke table linens, our edit will help you bring that holiday feeling home.
By Georgina Blaskey

All products on this page have been selected by our editorial team, however we may make commission on some products.

Le Sirenuse

Positano is the iconic vertical town scattered over steep cliffs above the Tyrrhenian Sea on the Amalfi coast. Its jewel is Le Sirenuse – established in 1951, this family-run hotel combines classic Italian heritage with contemporary style, so when you leave, it’s inevitable you’ll want to take a piece of it with you. The latest range by Luke Edward Hall captures the spirit of the hotel in his usual charming way – we love the gradient glassware.

Visit EmporioSirenuse.com

The Newt

In the verdant hills of Somerset lies The Newt, a Georgian manor house set among orchards, lakes and woodland. Easily reached from London via a 90-minute train journey, a luxury weekend can be spent relaxing at the spa and in the outdoor hydrotherapy pool, exploring the extensive grounds and sampling delicious West Country produce from the estate. The online shop reflects the hotel’s sustainable, local values – as do the thoughtfully chosen homeware and kitchen pieces.

Visit TheNewtInSomerset.com

Aller Dorset

This boutique collection of luxury huts earns a place on this list for consistently punching above its weight – in our view, its interiors range is worthy of a premium shopfront. Often facing inquisitive questions over the décor, owner Cat quickly realised she should stock the curved headboards and beautiful cushions herself. A hidden gem well worth checking out.

Visit AllerDorset.com

Soho House

Responsible for a global collection of properties spanning continents and cultures, the design team behind Soho House are revered for a reason – while staying authentic to its location, each House offers that same unmistakable style. With members keen to replicate that feeling at home, they’ve made it possible shop the entire look – from the furniture to the lighting and even the tableware. The best part is, you don’t have to be a member to pick up your favourite items.

Visit SohoHome.com

Soho House Stockholm
Soho House Stockholm
Charlotte Street Hotel
Charlotte Street Hotel

Firmdale Hotels

When an interior designer is also the co-founder of a hotel group, you can guarantee the rooms will be full of personality. Kit Kemp is the mastermind behind the eclectic style of each Firmdale hotel – all of which unite pattern and colour through eclectic textiles and playful finishing touches. Her vision also expands to supporting new makers and craftspeople, especially in the lighting range. From dramatic headboards to pretty china, you can shop the entire look online.

Visit FirmdaleHotels.com

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Every summer the tip of Cap d’Antibes acts as a playground for jet-setters looking to soak up the sun in the Mediterranean. There’s also a sister hotel, Eden Rock St Barths, if the idea of a far-flung break in the West Indies appeals. Each hotel offers plenty of sun, sea and sand – and its range of holiday-inspired artwork, sumptuous beach towels and special-edition candles promises to transport you to sunnier climes.

Visit Boutique.OetkerCollection.com

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc


Arguably the most elegant hotel in London, Claridges has retained its top-ranking position since it opened in 1812 – and yet, it never feels dated. That’s why its shop is such a tempting emporium, full of delicate glassware and smart table linen. Thanks to collaborations with premium brands including Summerill & Bishop and Richard Brendon, customers can now browse a curated selection of refined and sophisticated homeware online.

Visit Shop.Claridges.co.uk

Justin De Souza


Described as a ‘grown-up, elegant hotel that’s all about country life’, Thyme has grown from a simple set of rooms into a cookery school, destination spa and restaurant – it even has its own pub. With local produce at its heart and an active events calendar including floristry and painting courses, it’s no wonder the shop is full of charming ceramics, textiles and glassware.

Visit Bertioli.co.uk

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