Kimpton hotels in Florida initiate ‘sound effects’ program for groups

Kimpton Epic Hotel in Maimi

Kimpton Hotels in Florida announces four of their properties will be teaming with Bowers & Wilkins to allow group guests, both meetings and social, to receive a complimentary set of Bowers & Wilkins state-of-the-art headphones.

Delegates participating in a meeting hosted at one of the following Florida and Grand Cayman Kimpton hotels: EPIC, Miami; Surfcomber Miami, South Beach; Vero Beach Hotel & Spa; and Seafire Resort & Spa, Grand Cayman now may be eligible to receive the headphones. The program will be officially rolled out in the coming weeks, with a similar offering also in the works for weddings/social groups.

“Our aim is to consistently surprise and delight guests with innovative programs that enrich their experience with us,” said Eric Jellson, area director of marketing and strategy, for Kimpton Hotels of Florida and Grand Cayman. “To achieve that, we have been fortunate to work with a number of leading brands with Bowers & Wilkins, being the latest and greatest. Our guests love all things high-tech designed to enhance their personal hobbies and interests, including music and more. I’m certain our group guests will be wowed at being able to take home one of these superior headphones as a reminder of attending their meeting at one of our participating hotels.”

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Group guests will be receiving the Bowers & Wilkins P3 headphones, which are ideal for traveling and music-listening. Lightweight and foldable, they easily fit into a coat pocket or handbag, yet provide size-defying bass and musical dynamics. The P3 retails for $149.99.

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