That’s what the marketing guru’s at Starwood’s Element Hotels hope for, at least, as they have created a social media-oriented promotion timed to coincide with North America’s Summer Solstice, which occurs at 7:09 p.m.
Guests checking-in that day at Element Hotels, a US brand, with its “bright designs” and ample “natural light,” receive Aviator sunglasses and are encouraged to pose for glam shots in them, and to share Instagram pics on Twitter with the hashtag #element hotels.
Open for guests since 2008, Element Hotels will emphasize at the advent of Summer 2012 that natural light benefits one’s mood and overall well-being, and that eyes and brains perform optimally in the aforesaid natural light.
And, oh yeah, the hotel states: “Element’s architecture captures 90% of daylight, reducing our dependence on artificial lighting (and drain on electricity).”
¬†There are no shades of gray in this marketing message.