Disclaimer: I do not get paid for this Westin Scent Diffuser Review. I am only including this sentence to improve the SEO for this post.
TPOL is a luxurious minimalist. I don’t like stuff but there are a few things I need in my life. The list includes A/C, hot shower, reliable Wi-Fi, and a great bed. Living in Mongolia was perfectly fine absent the lack of hot water which inexplicably always went missing when I needed it the most: i.e., when I was hungover. Beyond that, there are things I would not like to live without. That includes my Nespresso machine, my air fryer/BBQ (essential tools for the Tahiti diet), and my golf clubs.
If I could pack one extra item in my expat luggage (see What to Pack: “Take 1/2 the Clothes, Twice the Money”), it would be this:
I’ve stayed at many hotels around the world and have concluded that the scent of the Westin is the best. It smells fresh. That’s why I dropped $145 on the Westin Scent Diffuser. The gadget has many settings to regulate how much white tea enters the atmosphere. I have it running on auto to increase the longevity. Refills are $60.
If you want your home at home and your home away from home (see you soon Albania) to smell like a Westin, buy one of these. If you’re truly nuts, you can take it on the road with you and have your Marriott or Motel 6 smell like a Westin too.
I have to admit that I ended up returning the diffuser, not because it didn’t work but because I started thinking about it running out and the cost of replacing it every time. That’s a cost and anxiety that I do not need!