Inspired by Greta Garbo, who often retreated to her hotel room to keep the
world at bay, Room Service is all about the private pleasures of solitude that
may be enjoyed in a luxurious hotel room when left alone to our own devices.
Fittingly, the fragrance is a boudoir-ish floral oriental, with touches of film
noir and 1940's glamour. Opening with a sheer wash of blackberries and orange
over a powdery sandalwood, it is immediately apparent that this is a very
pretty, ultra-feminine scent suitable for femme fatales who value the rituals of
dress and bath before dinner. The whispers of violet petals, pink orchid, and
green bamboo recall the cool, faint touch of cosmetic powder that floats in the
air of the boudoir. A scent that demands a pair of fluffy pink Marabou slippers
and one finger on the hotel' room service button.