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The Egerton House Hotel’s turndown service leaves rooms soft and inviting, perfect for bedtime. The heavy tasseled curtains are pulled shut, and all lights are turned off with the exception of the bedside lamps, giving the room a warm glow. On special occasions, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s staff will even leave lit candles on the nightstands and tub edge. The bed is neatly turned down, with the decorative cover and throw pillows discreetly stored away. Pillows are fluffed up at the head of the bed, and a breakfast menu, remote control and mesh bag filled with treats such as chocolates or green teabags are laid across the pillows. Clothing and shoes throughout the room are neatly straightened, and slippers are placed on either side of the bed.