The Scientific Impact & Benefits
Scent Central provides cutting edge solutions with significant benefits for hotels and resorts. Specific and tailored research has gone behind our signature essential based fragrances to ensure the following benefits.
Scent memories are ingrained in our minds and provide a powerful tool to build emotional loyalty with your hotel guests. It has been proven that after 3 months a person can recall a smell with 65% accuracy in contrast to only 50% of what they may see visually. This emotional memory can be used to bring positive feelings of happiness, relaxation and comfort that leaves a continued lasting impression.
Being the strongest of our five senses, our sense of smell is responsible for 75% of our emotions. Our olfactory nerve is directly linked to the Limbic System which monitors our memories and emotions therefore effecting our mood, concentration, memory recall and emotional behaviours.
Using scent to inspire consumer connection
& brand recognition...
We can help you to create a signature essential oil fragrance that your guests will identify with your hotel experience. In addition to creating a scent logo for your brand many of our clients choose to gift or sell the fragrance to hotel guests in the form of a candle. This allows your guest to take a bit of their holiday and hotel experience home to remember.
Through your signature fragrance unique to your hotel we can drive positive brand associations to increase repeat clientele, drive positive reviews and create a luxurious experience that your guests will remember.
Fragrance for Your Hotel
Who we work with...
See the below links to learn more about scent marketing and how it can elevate your customer experience.
How can scent help entertainment venues.
Fragrances have been used for thousands of years to enhance experiences and influence behaviours through... (read more)
Hotel Signature Scents.
When Hans van Wees, general manager, Hotel Vermont in Burlington, set out to create the perfect ... (read more)
Scent of a Lobby
Have you noticed, in recent years, that little "je ne sais quoi" that feels so familiar when you step into the lobby ... (read more)