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A rubber ducky for Madame?

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?

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