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Stressed out? Check in to Eventi, a Kimpton Hotel

written by | Posted on March 28th, 2013

Eventi Suite.

Eventi Suite.

This April, you can take advantage of one of Eventi’s new stress level reduction packages. In conjunction with National Stress Awareness month, Eventi wants to keep your stress levels in check while you enjoy your stay in New York City.

Dealing with high stress? Reset with a Zen room stripped from technology. Medium stress? Unwind with feel-good movies and popcorn. Low stress? Regain a healthy mental state with yoga poses and aromatherapy to soothe the senses.

Depending on how you feel, you can choose from one of the following Stress Reduction packages and reward your body with all the ingredients needed for a rejuvenating stay.

The High Stress package includes a Zen room stripped from technology; a complimentary bottle of wine; complimentary basket of healthy snacks (think dark chocolate, nuts, dried fruit); rose petal filled bathtub; your own Kimpton robe to take home; 90-minute in-room massage; and the “Turn-off” turndown service: shades drawn, extra pillows, sleeping mask left on pillow, sleepy time tea or warm milk and honey, cut up cold cucumbers, and ambient sleep music. Rates start at $600.

The Medium Stress Package includes free in-room movies and popcorn; tea-infused cocktails; your own Kimpton robe to take home; 60-minute in-room massage; and the “Turn-off” turn down service: shades drawn, extra pillows, sleeping mask left on pillow, sleepy time tea, cut up cold cucumbers, and ambient sleep music. Rates start at $490.

The Low Stress Package includes aromatherapy scents; yoga video and mat; 25-minute in-room massage; and the “Turn-off” turn down service: shades drawn, extra pillows, sleeping mask left on pillow, sleepy time tea, cut up cold cucumbers, and ambient sleep music. Rates start at $330.

Based on double occupancy, the Stress Reduction packages are available for bookings from April 1 to April 30.  To book, contact Katherine Brooks at Katherine.Brooks@eventihotel.com.

For more information on the hotel, visit eventihotel.com.

 

 

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