7 Plush & Cozy Hotel Robes Of The World

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7 Plush & Cozy Hotel Robes Of The World

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I love hotels and the entire experience that each unique space brings to my travels. Sometimes it is the architecture and other times it is the history of the place. One thing I do enjoy is opening the closet and seeing hotel robes hanging there. Funny thing is, I don’t wear a robe at home, don’t even own one. It’s a simple indulgence that I think others enjoy on their travels as well. Here is my list of plush and cozy hotel robes of the world.

This list is in no particular order although I do have a few favorites. If you don’t see your favorite hotel robe listed and have a photo of it, feel free to send it to me or share your social post that includes it. I would be happy to add it to the list. If this list inspires you, here are several you can buy at a reasonable price on Amazon.


The Royal Hawaiian Hotel hotel robes are known for their pink color.

The “Pink Palace” of the Pacific, The Royal Hawaiian Waikiki, is known throughout the world thanks to its signature salmon color. The hotel actually provides 2 different robes depending on where you stay at the hotel. The photo shows the hotel robe you will receive when staying in the historic wing.

The new tower has a different robe design in a more muted color. Thicker then it looks and the terry cloth like collar make this a warm robe in a tropical climate.


One of the Halekulani hotel robes laying on a bed

The crisp white and fluffy comfort of the Halekulani Hotel bathrobe is one of the best I have worn. Thick and yet soft, it’s a perfect fit for those cozy Hawaiian nights.


One of the Kahala Hotel and Resort hotel robes laying on a bed

A raised diamond designed hotel robes at The Kahala Hotel and Resort is the perfect weight for a tropical climate. Monogrammed and presented in a smart way. I think the “waffle” or diamond design is best for warmer climates.


The bathrobes at The Ritz-Carlton Washington D.C. are just as perfect as the rooms. Extra with a polished trim. One of the heaviest robes I have worn which must be perfect in the winter months.


The “extra” in the collar almost makes it a smoking jacket but the St. Regis Washington D.C. does it in style. The cuff and lapel trim are perfect for this luxury hotel.


A heavier stitch and weight that reminded me of a judo gi more than a bath robe. While well made and comfortable The Ritz-Carlton Waikiki could look to its sister properties for tips.


A comfortable chamois like cotton bathrobe that worked well for this mountain retreat. The Westin Monache Mammoth Mountain could look to the nearby snow covered mountains for inspiration in design.

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