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Pure Wellness Expands into Three Atlanta Properties


ATLANTA—Pure Wellness, a pioneer and leader in hotel guestroom wellness solutions, announces the expansion of their portfolio with the installation of 15 Pure Rooms at three properties in Atlanta, one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation. Now, wellness-minded travelers visiting the Fairfield Inn and Suites Atlanta Kennesaw, or Marriott International’s Springhill Suites Atlanta Kennesaw and Springhill Suites Atlanta Buford/Mall of Georgia can experience Pure Rooms.

“Both the Fairfield and Marriott International brands are known and designed to deliver an inviting and effortless experience for guests,” said Haley Payne, Chief Wellness Experience Officer for Pure Wellness. “The wellness trend is driven by the need for hotels to adapt to traveler’s lifestyles, as an increasing number wish to continue their healthy routines, even while traveling. These additions not only provide Atlanta’s wellness-minded guests with the benefits of a certified Pure Room, but also position the hotels to continue growing during the wellness transformation taking place across the hospitality industry.”

By installing Pure Rooms, hotel partners can better serve a distinct, affluent, and growing market segment with ease—the wellness-minded traveler. Pure Rooms offer the wellness-minded traveler a guestroom experience that promotes well-being. Through a comprehensive and patented seven-step process that includes deep-cleaning, treating all surfaces and equipment, and installing a medical-grade air purifier, a Pure Room delivers purified air, a hypoallergic environment, and allergy-friendly bedding.

Pure Wellness maintains over 3,100 Pure Rooms in leading hotel brands across the country, including many Hilton, Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton, and Embassy Suites locations. The recent Atlanta installations include five Pure Rooms at each hotel.