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Europe's first women-only hotel floor

Europe's first women-only hotel floor.

Europe's first women-only hotel floorThe Copenhagen's Bella Sky Hotel greets its female customers with a new women-only floor - Bella Donna, which offers rooms decorated in soft rose and burgundy toned colors, fresh flowers, fruit smoothies, fashion magazines, and a bathroom stocked with exclusive female products, including day and night moisturizers.

This is Europe's first hotel floor dedicated to and designed entirely by women. The idea for this floor came from the well-known fact in the industry, that men and women have different preferences, when it comes to hotel rooms and their atmosphere. When asked for the first thing they check in a hotel room, women say the bathroom, whereas men go for the minibar and the TV.

To be truly successful in this innovative endeavor, the Bella Sky Hotelsurveyed a  number of women, who added to their list of priorities things like cleanliness, a nice bathroom, high-powered hairdryers, steam irons, cosmetic mirrors, healthy options on the room service menus, and full-body mirrors.

Experts find this initiative interesting and many believe that it will prove to be a successful idea, because currently in many cases, no action has been taken to meet women's needs.

Guests also give very positive feedback, saying that unlikethe conditions in other hotels, it seems that in Bella Sky Hotelsomeone actually thought about what women wanted. Also,the number of active business women traveling around the globe is increasing dramatically.

Other places like the Naumi Hotel in Singapore, the Premier Hotel in New York, The London Dukes Hotel and the Georgian Court Hotel in Canadian Vancouver, seem to be realizing the potential in catering for women as well.

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