The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa celebrates World Sleep Day

The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa celebrates World Sleep Day

Denarau Island 13 March 2020 – The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa celebrated World Sleep Day today as part of a global annual event, intended to be a celebration of sleep and a call to action on important issues related to sleep, including medicine, education, social aspects and driving.

“For you to be at your best, 8 hours of sleep is essential to your well-being. We want guests to make the most of your travel experiences, especially with our wellness brand, Westin, by getting a full night’s rest so they can take on the day ahead and enjoy our beautiful paradise” commented Yvo Van Dijk, acting Hotel Manager – Westin Resort, Fiji. “This World Sleep Day, Westin is encouraging guests to get their full 8 hours in the Heavenly® Bed so they can rise to the challenge of taking 8 hours to experience something new wherever they travel.”

The lower deck at the Westin lobby had a setup of Heavenly® Bed to reflect one of the brands main pillars, Sleep Well. The Westin Heavenly Bed is uniquely designed with a plush, pillow-top construction for premium comfort and support. Guests slip into the Westin Heavenly Bed and experience a night of restorative sleep that is simply divine.

Known as the premier brand truly committed to helping guests get a good night’s sleep, all Westin hotels offer complimentary Sleep Well Lavender Balm bedside amenity, infused with the calming essential oils of lavender and chamomile – the latest in a series of sleep offerings that promise a better slumber for travelers.

About World Sleep Society:

World Sleep Day ( is organized by World Sleep Society, an international association whose mission is to advance sleep health worldwide. World Sleep Society promotes and encourages education, research and patient care, particularly in those parts of the world where the practice of sleep medicine is less developed. World Sleep Society currently represents over 900 individual healthcare providers and 31 regional sleep societies, totaling over 14,000 members. Learn more at and Find us on Twitter @WorldSleep and