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Auberge Du Soleil Offers INTENTIONS™ by Peacock Alley on Guests' Beds Providing a Unique Sleep Experience
Date:7/29/2014

Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) July 29, 2014

Guests at Napa Valley's quintessential luxury resort, Auberge du Soleil, will be indulged in a new sleep experience. The top of each luxurious resort bed is adorned with soothing INTENTIONS™ Linens by Peacock Alley.

These expertly crafted, 100% Egyptian cotton white duvets and pillow shams have a simple striped pattern from a distance, yet upon closer look, words are woven in the linens that serve as a gentle reminders to relax, sleep and breathe.

Intentional breathing and visualization are keys to relaxing body, mind and spirit. Auberge du Soleil is also providing INTENTIONS custom breathing techniques to assist guests with deeper relaxation needed due to jet lag or insomnia.

”Resort guests are drawn to Auberge du Soleil for its tranquility and style,” said Jason Needleman, CEO of Peacock Alley. “The Auberge philosophy ‘Pleasure is healing’ aligns with that of Intentions Linens. With Intentions, our quest is to facilitate a more restful and serene sleep experience, making our linens the perfect selection for their guest beds.”

Conceived and developed by veteran luxury hotelier Armella Stepan, INTENTIONS provides guests with a serene sleep experience, from linens to methods they can use to relax further where ever they may travel.

INTENTIONS “Tranquility Stripe” is available for purchase through the Spa at Auberge du Soleil. See the full line of INTENTIONS bedding at

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