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Parisian perfumer creates special scent for Park Hyatt Zurich
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Jun '08
As part of its luxury offerings to guests, the Park Hyatt Zurich has announced that the Parisian perfumer, Blaise Mautin, has created a new scent exclusively for the hotel based on the aromas that reflect the design and details of the property.

Hotel guests can enjoy Mautin's latest creation dedicated to the modern Park Hyatt Zurich, where it captures on a fresh and vibrant aroma. “Fresh lemon is the smell of Zurich,” says Mautin of the dynamic new fragrance.

“The composition of the new scent, which will be used for shampoos, conditioners, shower gels, soaps and scented candles, includes bergamot, orange, lemon and grapefruit as top notes, ylang-ylang and Chinese geranium as middle notes, and base notes of thyme and patchouli.

The design of the packaging for the latest products also reflects Park Hyatt Zurich, with its straight lines and dynamic urban touch.”

Mautin has created fragrances for Hyatt Hotels & Resorts since 2001, successfully launching scents for Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, Park Hyatt Washington and Park Hyatt Dubai.

Mautin captures certain smells to resemble the different properties, where the fragrance for the Paris hotel, for example, features the warm notes of patchouli, while the Washington property has the tender scent of violets.

“The majority of travellers from the Middle East are looking for more than just comfort, they are looking for a personal, exclusive experience while away from their homes.

At Hyatt, we are dedicated to coming up with new ways for our guests to feel great, look good, and enjoy their travel experience,” said Thierry Bertin, VP Sales and Marketing, Hyatt International – Southwest Asia.

The new scented products are an integral part of Park Hyatt Zurich and is now available for hotel guests.

Global Hyatt Corporation


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