Crosswater and Bathroom Brand comes to a suitable collaboration

Published on : Friday, November 25, 2016

cross waterSleep 2016 saw Bathroom Brands launch its new Group Contracts Division bringing together the leading hotel brand, Crosswater, with its sister brands to form an all-encompassing service for hotel bathroom design and specification.

 

Crosswater Contracts has a respected pedigree in the hospitality sector, working with both boutique and international brands such as Hilton, Mondrian, Malmaison, Ampersand and Laslett. Creating stunning guest bathrooms, across a wide range of national and international groups and boutique hotels, has made Crosswater the UK’s seminal provider of brassware and showers. Bathroom Brands’ Group Contracts can create the most stunning comprehensive hotel bathroom solution, with the experienced and longstanding team now able to harness the company’s full array of designer bathroom products.

 

crosswater 2David Balmer, Hospitality Sector Sales Manager explains, “Bathroom Brands is one of the fastest growing bathroom companies in the world, with compelling designs drawn from international markets and cultures. There are eight brands in the group, each offering a unique design personality, matching individual hotel styles and providing the ultimate in guest comfort”.

 

A 20 page “Look Book” of hotel bathroom solutions has been produced to give insight to the breadth of products now available to hotels from the Contracts team.

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