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A rubber ducky for Madame?
London’s Goring Hotel is now offering a bath menu in partnership with product company Molton Brown. The £20.12 price point package includes essential oils and bath products, cocktails, scented candles and a “Bath Butler” to draw the bath for you.
Why it matters
Be it bath menus or more complex spa packages, this system of “hotel experiences” is a good way for hotels to attract locals and target other customers that wouldn’t necessarily consider a stay. Are these ‘outside the box’ partnerships the way forward to open new opportunities and markets for hotels?
The Four Season’s luxury hotel in Toronto has launched a participatory project with its audience via social networks. The hotel is moving locations and so to celebrate the history and moments that the building has seen, past guests and employees are invited to create and become co-authors of a memory book.
EasyJet has launched a new contest via Foursquare and Facebook Places, called “le rendez-vous gagnant”. Each weak, on its website, the brand unveils a location in a French city. The person that checks in the most becomes the mayor that week will be offered a trip for two in one of the most beautiful cities of Europe.