Spa upgrades promote hotels’ wellness

2018-09-07 Tag: hotels’ wellness

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The value of wellness-focused design has already been well established in numerous studies. At the company’s brand conference earlier this year, Danica Boyd, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts’ senior director of operations for full-service brands, said that wellness-focused travelers tend to spend 130 percent more on hotel amenities than other guests. “Wellness tourism is expected to grow 9 percent over last year, and that’s 50 percent faster than regular tourism,” she said. “Guests no longer want the spa, pool, fitness center and healthy food. They want a healthy room with the comforts they’re used to at home.” And for that, she added, guests are willing to pay a premium.

Updating spas can go a long way toward keeping guests coming back, especially with increased competition from both business-focused hotels and dedicated resorts.

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