Radisson and some others have been early on this trend, part of larger wellness trend at hotels. Now others are jumping in.
The latest craze? Giving customers a good night’s sleep.
At the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek in Colorado, the hotel recently brought on a Sleep Ambassador to train employees on the art of a restful night’s sleep. The hotel offers a Sound Sleep TV Channel…oxygen canisters to adjust to the altitude and slumber massages…In Berlin, the Swisshotel uses light therapy, aroma therapy, nutritional supplements and a sound pillow.
Even airlines are getting in on the trend. Starting this summer, Delta Airlines will provide Westin Hotels’ famous Heavenly Bedding in BusinessElite cabins.
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