Wellness and mindfulness continue to trend favorably in the hospitality industry. From new hotels to new programs, there are plenty of opportunities to book your clients on a getaway that positively affects their well-being.
Three New Wellness Opportunities
The new JW Marriott Hotel Berlin, the brand’s second property in Germany, recently debuted with mindfulness at its core. The new 505-guestroom hotel is next to the Tiergarten with nearly 520 acres of forests, paths and lakes, but its pièce de resistance is its spa boasting over 3,730 sq. ft. of space dedicated to wellness and relaxation. It also offers eight eateries that source local produce, including the JW Steakhouse which not only serves steak and meat specialties but also includes vegetarian and vegan options, an elegant Lobby Lounge Bar, Cigar Lounge and the fun Bar 26. Note: This property is still a work in progress: the complete renovation of all its guestrooms will be complete by 2025.
“JW Marriott blends a legacy of extraordinary hospitality with a modern commitment to mindfulness and well-being that is so important to today’s luxury traveler,” said Bruce Rohr, Global Brand Leader, JW Marriott. “JW Marriott Hotel Berlin brings these pillars to life—from its JW Garden where guests can harvest their own herbs, to its not one, but two fitness centers and rejuvenating spa—to offer a holistic, wellness-forward stay.”
For more information, visit marriott.com.
Wellness resort BodyHoliday in Saint Lucia has launched the Ultimate Wellness Experience package that blends the ultimate in luxury with private chef experiences, spa and fitness treatment and James Bond-level helicopter transfers to and from the property—that’s in addition to everything the 155-guestroom property already provides. The resort has four villas, each tucked away on quiet hillside areas throughout the property with views of the stunning Cariblue Bay. When you book clients on the Ultimate Wellness Experience package, they can stay at the resort’s two Oasis Villas. These accommodations have two stories with a junior suite and a penthouse—booked as a complete unit, they’re perfect for two couples traveling together.
Your clients will enjoy premium wellness treatments that are part of BodyHoliday’s BodyScience program, which blends cutting-edge technology combined with Eastern preventative methods that include personalized health, fitness and nutrition programs. Your clients will also have access to private catering services courtesy of the resort’s culinary team, a personal concierge, daily spa treatments in their villa and much more.
“Studies are showing that 2023 travelers are continuing to look for transformative wellness retreats that will help them become the best version of themselves,” said Andrew Barnard, Chief Executive Officer, Sunswept Resorts [BodyHoliday, Rendezvous], in a press statement.“Guests who book the ‘Ultimate Wellness Experience’ will be able to embark on their holistic wellness journey in the privacy of their own luxe villa and fully reset body, mind and spirit.”
For more information, visit thebodyholiday.com.
A new therapeutic arts menu is on tap at the Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa’s Island Spa that revolves around five healing therapies: acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion (a complement to acupuncture), physiotherapy and reflexology. The treatment can help your clients get rid of pain—they can choose one session or choose a “blended” approach. The resort offers 3- and 5-day packages; the treatments are performed by their highly qualified resident acupuncturist and physiotherapist. Book your clients in one of the resort’s new Deluxe Beach Pavilions with its private pool for a complete experience.
For more information, visit fourseasons.com/maldiveskh.com.