Radisson Blu Selects This Works for Guest Amenities Worldwide
Thursday January 16th, 2014 - 1:10PM A
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MINNEAPOLIS—Radisson Blu has partnered with This Works, the natural product line created by Kathy Phillips, creative director of Condé Nast Asia and a leading beauty and health expert.
Available exclusively at Radisson Blu hotels and resorts around the world, the new guest amenity line is titled In Transit. The global rollout across all Radisson Blu Hotels & Resorts worldwide will begin in early 2014.
The This Works guest amenities line echoes the aspirations of the Radisson Blu guest, a world-traveler who seeks a comfortable, unique experience, enhanced by beauty essentials with aromatic fragrances and therapeutic effects. The In Transit range of products includes a shower gel, shampoo and conditioner, as well as shower cap and vanity kits. Radisson Blu will also provide additional indulgences like bath salts and healing hand cream in select hotels. The line features an uplifting signature fragrance, containing the effects of green mandarin and rosemary.
“Radisson Blu continually strives to provide its guests with an upscale international hotel experience, and guest amenities are an important part of it. This Works was a natural fit. The incredibly bold vision of Kathy Phillips is now brought to our guests at our more than 270 Radisson Blu hotels around the world,” said Rose Kutzli, vice president, Branding, Radisson Blu. “This Works’ vision is to deliver iconic solutions for modern beauty needs, drawing upon nature’s laboratory – responsibly. Our guests will be rewarded with this beautiful promise as they indulge at any Radisson Blu hotel or resort, near or far.”
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