Luxury is a word the world uses on a daily basis, whether they are selling a million dollar car or a 40 dollar shampoo. Where did this word come from? Read on to find out.
The Latin word luxus means excess and in some context, even lechery or lust. The word luxury is derived from luxus and is used to describe opulence or anything lavish.
Luxury, this term is as old as the world and civilisation itself. Anything and everything can be luxurious, from luxury hotel brands to luxury food brands, people are pulled towards this word automatically. This does not mean the world is becoming a mass web of materialistic needs, on the contrary, it could mean that throughout the generations, the humans are always looking for a way to improve themselves, whether it is by service or advancing a product.
Where it is used
If you to go a luxury hotel, for instance, to Anantara Hotels Resorts and Spas, you’d see that the decor and style of service are highly advanced when compared to a hotel that calls itself homely or boutique style.
What to expect
The word luxury usually means pampering and excess lavishness, thereby, costlier than the usual items or services too.
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