Wellness tourism

Why Wellness Tourism Should Be Part of a Destination’s Marketing Strategy

Wellness has many dimensions—physical, mental, holistic—and means something different to everyone. Regardless of how wellness takes root, it’s becoming more of a focus in...
Wellness

Getting on Board With Wellness Trends

Health-, weight-, or spirituality-focused properties such as destination spas, weight-loss resorts, and ashrams have nearly always been around for those with the means and...
Wellness Traveler

What’s the Difference Between a Wellness Retreat and Resort? Eight Terms To Know

Industry veteran and journalist Anne Dimon, who is president of the industry-focused Wellness Tourism Association (WTA), as well as founder/editor of the consumer-focused Travel...
IHG and Healthe's circadian lighting

IHG Partners With Healthe To Pilot Circadian Lighting in Guestrooms

IHG has partnered with Healthe by Lighting Science to pilot the use of circadian lighting to help guests sleep better while traveling. Crowne Plaza Atlanta Airport...
Spa Bar at Solage Resort & Spa, Calistoga, Calif. - wellness activities

How to Increase Revenue From Wellness Activities

Every industry is signing onto the wellness trend, and hospitality is no exception. Spas have traditionally been viewed as the sector’s “wellness” component, and...
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