Dusit International, one of Thailand’s leading hotel and property development companies, has responded to the increasingly health-conscious aspirations of global travellers by introducing its new group-wide wellness concept – ‘Devarana Wellness’ – which aims to weave well-being elements throughout the entire stay experience at Dusit Hotels and Resorts worldwide.
Reflecting on the unprecedented challenges of 2020 and starting the new year with renewed energy, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has launched the ‘Inner Strength – Outer Strength’ wellness initiative across all its spas worldwide to assist guests in using this time of disruption to create positive changes and build strength both physically and mentally.
The number of tourists venturing to hotel/resort spas within China is forecasted to double from 7,5 million in 2018 to 14,8 million by 2022, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
UAE-headquartered hospitality company, TIME Hotels, has launched a new health and wellness initiative, ‘Healthy You. Healthy World,’ across all of its properties in line with its Tomorrow’s World Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme.
The Slovenian Tourist Board is striving to becoming the world’s best destination for wellness through a number of ongoing initiatives that promote the country’s thermal spas, medical clinics, pristine nature, organic produce and cuisine, and commitment to green, active and healthy tourism all based on sustainable precepts.
Six Senses Laamu has recently unveiled its summer plans to partner with Tropicsurf, one of the leading Australian-based surf companies, offering guests the opportunity to discover the surfing experience.
Meliá Hotels International is continuing on its growth with the recently inaugurated Meliá Shanghai Hongqiao, a five-star hotel targeting the bleisure segment in China, with 187 rooms as well as meeting, dining and wellness facilities.