There is always something so special about visiting the Grand Floridian at Disney World. I guess that I personally romance it as a dream vacation that I aspire to have one day, so when I get to visit and just wander, it's always a lovely day. On my last trip, my mother and I decided to have a day just visiting the resorts, so we hopped on the monorail and ended up at Basin White, a luxury bath products store that is on the second floor of the Grand Floridian. It's pretty hard to miss, as its located directly next to the doors once you enter coming off the Grand Floridian.
Lord. This store is something straight out of my dreams. I love the black and white decor, bright lights, and products displayed beautifully. I wholeheartedly went in without planning to purchase anything, and within seconds, I just realized that it wouldn't be possible for me. The smell in this shop is phenomenal, and a billion times better than Lush to me. While they don't boast as many products as Lush, this shop definitely felt way more luxe, fitting well into the Grand Floridian Resort.
This place had me like a kid in a candy store. All of the products are so colorful, with some even featuring tiny Disney motifs. My mother and I were gasping at just about everything because everything was so over the top adorable.
The amount of bath bombs in this store is insane. I'm obsessed with bath bombs like the rest of the world, but I was afraid that if I picked one up, it wouldn't survive my flight back home. However, they also offer a product that they call "Bath Bomb Marbles" which are teeny tiny bath bombs that you can mix and match for about $5. I picked out some favorite scents, as well as picked up some soap samples.
Another incredible thing that they offer in store is a sink to test out hand scrubs. Let me tell you, once you've been in the parks for a couple days, something that pampers you a little is so welcome. We selected a scrub, and our hands felt amazing for the rest of the day.
Another super affordable option that Basin White offers is a station to make your own bath salts! The salts are all in super pretty glass containers, and you get to select different scents to mix together in a vial. I just think its really fun to get to have a little DIY moment with the bath salts and get to personalize your own product to take home.
I'd be remiss if I failed to mention the cast members that were staffed in Basin White. The ladies that helped my mother and I were over the top sweet and helpful. We only had about eight billion questions for them, and they knew it all!
We really had a ton of fun getting to visit Basin White in Orlando. Have you stayed at the Grand Floridian and spent some time in this shop? Just visited the shop while on vacation? Let me know in the comments!