The Westin New York Grand Central Continues Well-Being Focus with Offer for Women

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Westin’s Well-Being movement this year has been focusing on the total health of guests. Recently I wrote about their introduction of some new nutritional partnerships.

Now, The Westin New York Grand Central has partnered with author Melanie Notkin (of the book Otherhood) to offer a 3 night package aimed at a certain demographic – women that do not have children whether by choice or chance.

Called the “Womanhood Redefined” package, bookings must be made 5 days in advance and the package is available through December 31, 2014.

Here’s a booking link.

Use promo code LYPKG when booking.

Maureen O’Brien, Director of Sales & Marketing at The Westin New York Grand Central said of women, “we have all been part of this group at some point in our lives.”

Aimed at relaxation and rejuvenation, according to their website the package includes –

A copy of Melanie Notkin’s Otherhood
A $25 food and beverage credit
A personal consultation with Executive Chef Brian Wieler
Complimentary New Balance® workout gear lending
A personal consultation with our RunWESTIN™ Running Concierge
A 10% discount on classes at the nearby Mang’Oh Yoga Studio (guests must present guest room keycard at studio)
A complimentary Westin White Tea candle

This sounds like a fun package for women to book together, or maybe just something that a traveler could enjoy for a moment of calm in the middle of a busy schedule. The package requires 3 days though rather than just a standard weekend, so you’d have to be able to set aside enough days to do so.

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