Hospitality Embraces Wellness Architecture

    Health-centric amenities in hotels are fairly commonplace these days—from fitness centers and classes to health-conscious food and beverage offerings. The trend has become a two-way street as athletic clubs forge partnerships with hotels, some even venturing into the hospitality game to launch their own properties. Boutique hotels and more widespread brands alike are putting wellness at the front and center, starting with architecture. To learn more about wellness architecture and what goes into designing a health-centric building, click here.

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