Articles tagged “wellness”

Hotels

Hotels Look to Alleviate Guest Stress Starting With the Journey to Get There

Travelers are ready to adventure again, but they just may not be ready for the pitfalls of getting to their destination. Hotels are enhancing wellness, relaxation, and convenience in anticipation of those often-rocky journeys.

Hotels Look to Alleviate Guest Stress Starting With the Journey to Get There

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

Travel Technology

5 Key Takeaways From Skift Design the Future Forum

If necessity is the mother of invention, its first cousin must be travel demand. The coming rebound is spawning a surge in innovative thinking.

5 Key Takeaways From Skift Design the Future Forum

EventMB

Rethinking Wellness Activities for Events of the Future

With the stresses caused by the ongoing pandemic, there’s a growing drive to make wellness a priority. Experts explain how to incorporate wellness activities into events and keep attendees energized, whether remote or in the room. 

Rethinking Wellness Activities for Events of the Future

Business Travel

Who Decides When Employees Are Fit Enough to Travel Again — And How?

It will be a delicate operation, but with the right systems in place, health checks could prove effective in reassuring employees that it's safe to get back out there.

Who Decides When Employees Are Fit Enough to Travel Again — And How?

Coronavirus

Wellness Hospitality Will See New Models Emerge in Wake of Pandemic

Having a robust wellness tourism industry built on science-based approaches will be a positive that can come from a damaging pandemic.

Wellness Hospitality Will See New Models Emerge in Wake of Pandemic

Coronavirus

Wellness Will Enjoy a Tailwind as a Design Theme for Resorts and Cities: The Long View This Week

Design's importance to travel has taken on a new urgency because of recent events, says Richard Centolella, the pioneering design thinker. We agree, and welcome all the new functionalities.

Wellness Will Enjoy a Tailwind as a Design Theme for Resorts and Cities: The Long View This Week

Luxury

Ski Resorts Struggling With Climate Change Take Double Hit With Coronavirus

Climate change is forcing ski resorts to get creative to keep high-end travelers on the slopes — and pull in a new wave of customers. Now with the coronavirus epidemic impacting the end of this season, and potentially future seasons, the industry needs to do even more problem solving.

Ski Resorts Struggling With Climate Change Take Double Hit With Coronavirus

Business Travel

Are Ski Resorts Ready for a Warmer World?

Climate change is more than an existential threat to the outdoor ski economy. It will take a combination of greener operations and smarter business practices to ensure its viability for decades to come.

Are Ski Resorts Ready for a Warmer World?

Luxury

How a Women-Led Hospitality Team Is Paving a Path for Africa’s Next Generation

For Africa to realize a lot of its economic potential, especially within hospitality, elevating women to positions of leadership will help power and accelerate growth. Asilia's Dunia Camp in Tanzania, run by General Manager Angel Vendeline Namshali and her team of all women, is an example of this positive change.

How a Women-Led Hospitality Team Is Paving a Path for Africa’s Next Generation