I don’t drink alcohol and I hate baths, so if I were one of your guests, I wouldn’t get much use out of those items. Might I suggest instead you think about all the things that would be nice to have right after checking into a hotel after traveling all day? Here are some ideas for you to consider:
-Shampoo and conditioner. The first thing I want to do after getting off a plane or out of car after several hours is take a shower. The last thing I want to do is have to go to the store to buy those things because the hotel either doesn’t provide them or what they provide is not sufficient.
-Healthy snacks. I’m usually pretty hungry after a trip, but I don’t necessarily want to snack on the junk food available from vending machines or the mini bar. An apple or banana, maybe some carrot sticks and crackers, things like that… something to tide me over until I can get cleaned up so that I’m not starving while waiting to go out to dinner. Candy is okay, too, but not something I’d want to eat right away.
-Slippers. Always nice to have and an often forgotten item.
-Bottled water. I absolutely refuse to pay $5 for bottled water from the hotel, nor will I use the provided glasses because I know they never get washed.
-Ear plugs, for the light sleepers.
-A take out menu or two, as well as a small map pointing me to some decent restaurants that are not too far from the hotel. Also nice if the map includes a movie theatre, a grocery store, and a few shopping and sightseeing options, too. If you’re feeling really generous, a gift card to one of those restaurants would probably be appreciated.
-A list of phone numbers of relatives or friends I can call if I need anything or have questions, as well as phone numbers for any essential services, like taxi cabs or what not.
-A printed itinerary reminding people what all the events are and when and where they are, as well as reminders about how to get there.
Those are what I’d consider essentials. Anything else would be a bonus.