Hotel Slippers Pillow Walk Waffle Closed Toe 10 per case As low as $3.91 each!

Hotel Supplies Canada by Custom Amenities Inc

$48.90 

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Buy quality Canadian hotel guest supplies by Custom Amenities Inc.

Nothing beats slippers after a bath or shower!

Your guests will love being pampered in any of our luxurious toiletries and these Pillow Walk Waffle Closed Toe Slippers are the extra touch that will make you stand out from the rest.

  • Anti Slip Soles
  • One size fits most.
  • Each set is individually wrapped in a clear cello bag.
  • The more you buy, the more you save!

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