PARSIPPANY, NJ—The upscale Wyndham Hotels and Resorts brand has launched a new bath amenity program designed to elevate the guest experience while also supporting the brand’s commitment to sustainability and reducing operating costs for hotel owners, according to the company.
Now available at Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, Wyndham Grand and Wyndham Garden properties throughout the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean, the new Blue Harmony personal care bath amenities feature a signature Gingerlily scent and are made with sea botanicals and minerals. Additionally, the amenity line is biodegradable, paraben-free and never tested on animals, adhering to the Wyndham brand’s continued efforts to help protect the environment.
The Blue Harmony name is exclusive to Wyndham Hotels and Resorts and is the brand behind spas and fitness centers at many properties.
The new line includes Blue Harmony purifying shampoo; Blue Harmony replenishing conditioner; Blue Harmony nourishing face and body bar; Blue Harmony hydrating body lotion; Blue Harmony shower cap with a convenient hair band; Blue Harmony signature grooming kit with cotton balls, ear swabs and emery boards; and a brushed stainless-steel amenity tray and soap dish.
Hotels also have the option to provide shower wash and mouthwash products in guest bathrooms.
“Guests’ interactions with these new spa- and sea-inspired Blue Harmony products will create a richer amenity experience that complements the upscale, relaxing and comfortable atmosphere they expect to find at Wyndham properties,” said Wayne Susser, VP of operations for Wyndham Hotels and Resorts.
The new amenity line will also impact hotel owners’ daily operations by reducing costs, Susser added. “We are committed to finding ways in which we can help our franchisees minimize operating costs without sacrificing quality,” he said. “A consistent, high-quality amenity line across the brand portfolio helps us do just that, allowing for greater economies of scale and lower costs for the hotel owners and operators who partner with us.”