Hotel 1000, located in Downtown Seattle, debuted a new bath menu, dubbed Draw Me a Bath, allowing guests to enjoy a luxurious bath experience of their choosing. Each of the 120 recently refreshed guestrooms now boast a soaking tub with a waterfall faucet from the ceiling.
Four options are available on the Draw Me a Bath menu:
- Destress Mind Bath, at $75, fights jet lag fatigue and refreshes mind and body with its rosemary-spearmint bath water fizzer, water softened with coconut oil and infused with refined CBD in full-spectrum Hi-Bio Hemp Oil, an eye or face mask, a dry brush, and a pot of mint tea.
- Emerald City, with a $200 price tag, takes its name from the hotel’s surroundings and utilizes hyper-local amenities from the Pacific Northwest, including Buddha Bath Seattle Rain-scented bath bubbles, CBD Breath Bath Bomb, natural hemp bath sponge exfoliator, Herbivore Botanicals Emerald Oil, an emerald healing stone and a jade face roller.
- Romance & Rejuvenation, at $175, is perfect for a night of romance away from home, boasting a bottle of wine, Hotel 1000 chocolates, Herbivore Botanicals Coconut Milk Bath Soak and Pike Place Market rose petals.
- A Bath Worth $1000 runs, you guessed it, $1000 — and includes butler service, a cozy plush robe to take home, a bottle of Dom Perignon Brut Champagne 2010, caviar with accoutrements, French Girl Rose Sea Soak, French Girl Rose Body Polish, fresh florals from Pike Place Market, a silk sleep mask and a signature Diptique candle.
Available daily, 9 a.m.–9 p.m, all packages arrive to guestrooms with a bath caddy and goodies to keep, with additional bath amenities offered á la carte.
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