Westin Encourages Travelers to Get Away After the Holiday
PHOTO: Sun and sand at Westin Seven Mile Beach. (Photo by Theresa Norton Masek)
It's no secret that the holiday season holds a special place in Americans' hearts, but a majority still acknowledge that they need a break from the arguably the most demanding time of year.
In a timely move, Westin Hotels & Resorts has announced the launch of its "Holiday After the Holiday" promotion aimed at couples, families and solo travelers in search of some time away from the daily grind this holiday season.
The seasonal promotion will continue through January 2016 and is a part of Westin's broader campaign known as "You Need Better Vacation Days," which launched earlier this year in the wake of increasing reports of Americans' unused vacation days piling up.
The purpose of the Holiday After the Holiday promotion is to highlight Westin's expansive portfolio of hotels and resorts, many of which are offering packages geared toward stressed-out lesiure travelers.
The Starwood Hotels & Resorts brand boasts a handful of properties ideal for almost every invigorating activity a traveler could be interested in, including skiing. For example, the Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain and the Westin Snowmass Resort both offer seasonal packages that include access to ski lifts and equipment.
Westin's portfolio also includes properties offering packages for travelers hoping to enjoy a relaxing spa day, a few rounds of golf and other activities.
For travelers eyeing a trip to a tropical paradise this winter, the Westin Cape Coral Resort at Marina Village in Florida offers a Sunset Getaway package that includes tickets for a dolphin sunset tour, a VIP welcome amenity and resort credit. Meanwhile, Moana Surfrider, A Westin Resort & Spa in Hawaii offers an extended stay featuring Beach Club Lounge access.
"The holidays are a great time to celebrate with loved ones, but it is also a hectic time filled with traveling, hosting and indulging," said Westin's Vice President of Brand Management Bob Jacobs in a statement. "As Americans are taking fewer and fewer vacation days, we want to encourage our guests to take time to recover from their holidays with Westin, where guests leave feeling better than they did when they arrived."
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