Westin Hotels & Resorts and United Airlines have entered into a partnership that will treat first and business class customers who fly Unitedâ€™s p.s. service to a new level of comfort with Westinâ€™s Heavenly Bed products. Also, as part of this partnership, select United Red Carpet Clubs in New York (JFK), Los Angeles and San Francisco will debut custom-designed Westin Renewal Lounges later this year: private areas outfitted with luxurious touches from Westin to create a calming oasis where travelers can relax before or after their flight.
Inspired by the iconic all-white, ten-layer Westin Heavenly Bed, Unitedâ€™s first and business class p.s. service between New York and California will include a signature oversized Heavenly blanket and pillow - bringing a new level of luxury and comfort to flying. The Westin Renewal Lounge areas will provide Red Carpet Club guests with a soothing environment with many spa-like amenities for relaxing and escaping the hustle and bustle of an airport.
â€œWho would have thought our signature Heavenly bedding would reach 35,000 feet? We are thrilled to be the first hotel company to partner with an airline, bringing our highly regarded bed amenities to travelers in flight,â€ said Sue Brush, senior vice president of Westin Hotels & Resorts. â€œAt Westin, we continually strive to provide the services and amenities that make guests feel renewed. Through this exciting new partnership we can reach beyond our doors and help Unitedâ€™s p.s. customers relax in luxury during their travels, whether in the sky or on the ground in a United Red Carpet Club.â€
â€œIt is important that when our guests spend their valuable time with United, they feel relaxed and rewarded,â€ added Graham Atkinson, executive vice president and Chief Customer Officer, United Airlines. â€œBy partnering with Westin, we can welcome aboard our first and business class guests with luxurious pillows and blankets, and treat some of our Red Carpet Club visitors to a calming oasis that feels miles away from the airport. No other airline in the U.S. can offer this level of hotel-branded luxury today, and we are proud to offer it to our valued guests first.â€