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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa partners with British perfumer, Floris London

The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa has announced its partnership with luxury perfumer, Floris London, a brand that shares the hotel’s uncompromising commitment to luxury, family brand values and British heritage.
Both born in the 1700’s, The Royal Crescent is one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture and Floris is one of the oldest independent family perfumers in the world. Today these two British icons celebrate their partnership that welcomes Floris to The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa with room sprays, candles and toiletries of classic Floris fragrances. Offering their guests the Floris Heritage Collection, infused with the now iconic Floris ‘Cefiro’ scent, from the Spanish word “zephyr”, meaning gentle breeze, the scent has a crisp lemon and lime top with a fresh floral jasmine heart.


The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa is delighted to welcome Floris whose products are created with a passion for detail and inspired knowledge and dedication. It’s the only appointed perfumer in the world appointed by Her Majesty The Queen. Floris and The Royal Crescent & Spa are both family owned businesses, with the hotel under the family ownership of Topland Group.

Edward Bodenham, Director and 9th generation of Floris comments; “The Floris family are honoured to work alongside this historic hotel and share our products with their guests. The hotel defines all the character and values of quality and personal experience we hold close.”

General Manager Jonathan Stapleton comments: “The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa are pleased to welcome the essence of an iconic British brand into the Hotel. Floris symbolises the history, knowledge and dedication that we feel is such a part of our Hotel. We look forward to working with a brand that shares the same traditional family and heritage values as us.”

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