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Aesop Amenities Now in Place at The Gramercy Park Hotel

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February 3, 2014 at 5:01 PM | by | ()

When Gramercy Park Hotel first opened in 2006, the hotel prided itself on its hodgepodge of bath toiletries which were hand-picked by the editors at Allure magazine. Fast forward eight years, and the Gramercy Park Hotel has gone a different but still luxe route with Aesop skincare products.

The Melbourne-based line (also found at some Park Hyatt hotels) uses plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients of the highest quality, which sound like they will actually help out your skin and hair during your stay. Here's what can now be found in the bathrooms at GPH:

· Rind Concentrate Body Balm - An intensive hydrating body balm with orange peel, pink grapefruit and lemon rind to hydrate, soothe and cool.

· Body Cleansing Soap Slab - A soap slab rich with steam-distilled extracts of bergamot rind, ylang ylang and wild lime. Combined in a gentle soap, the trio effectively cleans and hydrates the skin.

· Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser - An exhilarating, low-foaming shower gel with geranium leaf to cleanse without drying. It's an ideal alternative to conventional soap that leaves skin clean and refreshed.

· Classic Shampoo/Classic Conditioner - Lather with rosemary leaf, cedarwood bark and juniper berryent then condition with bergamot mint, cedarwood bark and lavender stem. Aesop's hair care products are inspired by new ingredients that cleanse without stripping the hair of its natural protective oils and condition to improve appearance and make hair more manageable. Both guard against breakage while working to soften, add shine and hydrate the hair.

Rates at GPH start around $450 a night.

[Photo: Gramercy Park Hotel]

Archived Comments:

Love me some Aesop!

It's my favorite brand of skincare and, in my opinion, it's a perfect partnership with GPH. Both the hotel and Aesop and be described as 'unique with little quirks, yet still true to the luxury and product at hand'.
Hats off to GPH!


Crazily enough, I don't think I've ever stayed in a hotel with Aesop. I don't think they are in the Park Hyatt Chicago, where I stayed a few years ago. Either way, I love me some Aussie amenities!