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    Japanese bathroom company TOTO focuses on people and their wellbeing, developing products that combine modern design and technological expertise. TOTO’s technologies are perfected over decades and incorporated into its innovative products in an understated, easy-to-use way.

    Established in Kitakyushu, Japan in 1917, TOTO has been developing, producing and marketing its high-end bathroom concepts for the European market since 2009.

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    Japan’s leading manufacturer in the sector, TOTO offers a comprehensive range of products including ceramic sanitary ware, taps and accessories – all created in close collaboration with renowned designers.

    With comfort, hygiene and cleanliness a priority, it’s perhaps no surprise that TOTO’s bathroom products have been embraced by many of Europe’s leading luxury hotels.

    From The Berkeley, Claridge’s and The Stafford in London to Park Hyatt, Vienna, Le Meurice, Paris and Grandhotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, Munich (to name a few), exclusive hotels recognised early on that their demanding clientele would not only be impressed by the comfort, hygiene and stylish elegance of TOTO products, but are also fascinated by the special flair of Japanese bathing culture and the extraordinary functionalities of TOTO products.

    The aforementioned mentioned luxury hotels plus many more have embraced TOTO, especially the WASHLET (shower toilet) and the company’s exclusive bathtubs, incorporating them in their rooms and turning guests into enthusiasts of the brand.

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    Blending classic and contemporary

    Tucked away in the heart of historic St James’s, and just minutes from London’s iconic landmarks and vibrant West End, The Stafford London is one of the finest luxury hotels in the capital. Guests can luxuriate in the stunning individually designed rooms and suites, dine in cool sophistication in The Game Bird and relax with a cocktail in the renowned American Bar.

    The stylish rooms and suites are guaranteed to help guests relax. The Carriage House offers a unique, countryside ambiance in the heart of London; The Gatehouse is a two bedroom, three-storey townhouse perfect for an extended stay in the capital. Both The Carriage House and The Gatehouse include TOTO’s SG WASHLET for added comfort.

    Guests can experience unrivalled luxury in one of London’s most historic and quintessentially English five-star hotels.

    The ultimate in quality

    Opened in October 2013 after a sensitive transformation of a 1914 Edwardian, Grade II-listed building on High Holborn, Rosewood London combines English heritage with contemporary sophistication.

    Moments from Covent Garden, the hotel is located in one of the capital’s most historic yet dynamic locales, a stone’s throw from the eclectic boutiques on Lamb’s Conduit Street, the Royal Opera House, the British Museum and West End theatres. Rosewood London offers 262 rooms and 44 suites, impeccably designed with the feel of a true London residence.

    The hotel also includes the Grand Manor House Wing – located in a private wing of the hotel, consisting of six guest rooms measuring an unrivalled 6,318 sq., a private entrance and elevator and its very own postcode. The luxurious finishes in the Grand Manor House Wing and Garden House Suite extends into the multiple bathrooms, where TOTO’s premium NEOREST LE WASHLETS have been included.

    TOTO celebrated its 100th birthday in 2017. In 2018, the international market research institute Euromonitor named TOTO the World’s No. 1 Brand in shower toilet sales. TOTO employs 30,000 people worldwide.

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