Hotel Spa Slippers from Custom Amenities


Give your guests something different with our luxurious and comfortable hotel slippers. We offer closed toe & open toe options, all white, with choice of Terry Cloth, Velour, Waffle and Pillow Walk. All are made from 100% absorbent top quality natural cotton and offer an anti slip sole that helps guests walk around with confidence!

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

Hotel Slippers Terry Cotton Closed Toe 10 per case As low as $2.55 each!

Hotel Slippers Waffle Cotton Closed Toe 10 per case As low as $2.55 each!

Hotel Slippers Velour Open Toe 10 per case As low as $2.50 each!

     

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



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