Almost every single hotel in the entire world offers a few different packages that ensure their guests are more than comfortable and have a wonderful experience. Some resorts, however, go to the extreme by offering somewhat extravagant packs. Everything from quirky to outright bizarre have been discovered at a few hotels across the world. These odd extras seem to set the hotel chain apart from the rest. Whether you actually need what is included or not, it might be a good idea to check it out anyway. Here are ten hotels offering ridiculous extras to customers.
Happy Guest Hotel
At the Happy Guest Lodge, customers are able to receive a sleeping partner in the form of a goldfish named “Happy” within their room upon arrival.
Family Pillow Fight Package
The Ritz-Carlton in Palm Beach, Florida, has become known for offering a $60 package that includes a bag of satin pillows, a CD, and a book of games for the entire family to enjoy.
Swimsuit Vending Machines
At the Standard Hotel, vending machines have been set up to offer customers the opportunity to buy big-name swimsuit brands for both men and women.
Dog Surfing Lessons
At the Su’ruff Camp at Leows Coronado Bay Resort & Spa, customers can opt for the chance to teach their beloved canine pal how to surf big waves and participate in a dog surfing contest.
The Rosewood Hotel offers an olfactory experience for those in need of a nice scent for the night. Available 24 hours a day, the butler features top brands of various fragrances, including Hermes and Chanel.
At the Ashford Castle in Ireland, any guest planning to ask their significant other that question can opt for a package that includes a owl-delivered engagement ring.
V-Day Haters Package
The Night and the Time Hotels in New York have become known for their “I Hate Valentine’s Day Package” offered to lonely, single guests. It includes a single table at an upscale restaurant, a double shot of liquor, and “adult entertainment” channels.
Best Man For Hire
If you find yourself lacking a best man for the wedding ceremony, the folks at South Carolina’s Wild Dunes Resort offer a ‘Best Man for Hire’ package, providing the best wingman possible.
Personal Oxygen Devices
The air in Boston is not horrible, but still not great. The Revere Hotel has begun selling personal oxygen devices for $40 apiece.
The Henn-na Hotel in Japan has begun using robotic staff to help their guests with every need. The robots were designed at Osaka University and manufactured by Kokoro.