Marriott Hotels Partners with THANN for New Amenities Launch
Thursday September 26th, 2013 - 3:18PM A
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BETHESDA, MD—Marriott Hotels and THANN, a natural Thai skincare line, today announced their partnership to reinvigorate the guestroom beauty experience by rolling out a new amenities line in Marriott properties throughout the Americas and Asia.
Propelled by growing consumer demand of its customers for high-end products, Marriott Hotels selected THANN amenities, which are made from high quality raw materials and botanicals. THANN's high-end amenities will be available in all Marriott Hotels properties throughout the U.S. and Canada by the end of October 2013 and in Latin America and Asia by the end of 2013.
"Marriott Hotels is on a journey to reimagine the future of travel and THANN amenities will elevate the guest experience at our hotels," stated Matthew Carroll, VP, brand management, Marriott Hotels. "Our research shows that customers rank bathroom amenities among the top five most important influences on their overall guest room experience. Partnering with THANN will also enable Marriott to meet another customer desire for the introduction of new amenities on a regular basis. As THANN's products continue to become available in North America, we are excited to be among the first to offer the brand's products to our guests."
In addition to being featured in Marriott Hotels' guestroom bathrooms, the Aromatic Wood Collection will also be available for purchase on www.shopmarriott.com.
Tags: Marriott Hotels • THANN • Hospitality • Amenities •
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