Articles tagged “wellness travel”

Hotels

Hilton Surveys Find Guests Define Wellness More Broadly After Pandemic

Wellness talk seems to spread at about the same pace as people's waistlines. But if you look beneath the averages, you'll really find a consumer segment that shops for trips that enhance their well-being.

Hilton Surveys Find Guests Define Wellness More Broadly After Pandemic

News Blog

Canyon Ranch to Expand Wellness Resort Brand With Investor Vici’s Help

A real estate mogul has made a small bet on the evolution of experiential wellness in hospitality by helping to back the growth of Canyon Ranch, a four-decade-old, destination spa resort brand.  Vici Properties said it had tapped a loan facility for up to $200 million to fund the development of Canyon Ranch Austin in…

Business Travel

Hotels Overload on Wellness in the Battle to Host Company Retreats

The sky's the limit for the hospitality sector, coming up with ideas like "togetherness programs" and offering increasingly bizarre spiritual and nature-based activities. But for how long will companies take the bait?

Hotels Overload on Wellness in the Battle to Host Company Retreats

Hotels

Hotels Refresh Better Sleep Strategies for Reimagined Wellness

When it comes to sleeping and good sleep habits, hotels would be best served to market the experiential, not just just the material — especially if science supports the potential benefits.

Hotels Refresh Better Sleep Strategies for Reimagined Wellness

Tourism

Wellness Vacations Are the Next Big Splurge for Global Travelers

Yoga retreats will always have a place, but it's this expanded consumer definition of wellness activities that presents big opportunities ahead for the travel industry.

Wellness Vacations Are the Next Big Splurge for Global Travelers

Business Travel

Tour Operators Push Wellness Trips as Relief From Pandemic-Scarred Year

The pandemic was a wake-up call from many, about their physical and spiritual health. No surprise that travelers then are choosing wellness trips as their first getaways as restrictions loosen. Tour operators didn't miss a beat.

Tour Operators Push Wellness Trips as Relief From Pandemic-Scarred Year

Luxury

How Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Others Are Tuning In to Sound Healing

If you have been noticing more spas offering treatments that incorporate Tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, or gongs, you aren’t alone. Sound therapies are starting to make waves in the spa industry.

How Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Others Are Tuning In to Sound Healing

Luxury

How Wellness Travel Became a Thing in the Past Decade

More people want wellness woven into their travel than ever before, whether through retreats or one-off experiences, and the trend will likely gain momentum in the next decade.

How Wellness Travel Became a Thing in the Past Decade

Business Travel

SoulCycle’s Move Into Retreats Will Test Loyalty of Its Spin Fanatics

Considering SoulCycle is a fitness company, it’s not outlandish to think it would want to get into the wellness retreat business. Whether it will actually earn enough of a profit from the trips to make it worth its while is another story.

SoulCycle’s Move Into Retreats Will Test Loyalty of Its Spin Fanatics

Hotels

Hot Springs as Wellness Destination Takes Hold in U.S.

This week in wellness news, the hot springs movement gains traction in the U.S. Meanwhile, mental health apps aim to address the rising tide of anxiety in the U.S. Admirable, yes, but it’s debatable whether apps that gamify the quest toward beating anxiety can really catch on.

Hot Springs as Wellness Destination Takes Hold in U.S.