Traveling is hard on your body, mind and soul, which is why health-focused hotels are becoming more and more prevalent.
No matter where you're going, you have to adjust to different time zones and environments -- not to mention endure the journey itself. Being stuck in a cramped aisle seat for twelve hours next to someone with an unrelenting cough and sneeze? No, thanks.
When you finally (finally!) arrive at your destination, you want to be able to take care of yourself. Hotels are implementing unique features that show clients that their health is one of their primary concerns. For instance, W Hotels teamed up with yoga guru Tara Stiles to create a series of routines designed for fatigued travelers. Meanwhile, the Even Hotels by InterContinental Hotels Group are specially designed and geared towards the health and wellness.
From Health Rejuvenation Vacations to In-Hotel Yoga Programs
Tailored Spa Services
The 'Spa by JW' Marriott Hotel and Spa Experience Suits Individual Needs
Resort Race Training Camps
The Four Seasons Westlake Village is Offering a Triathlon Training Camp
Fitness Gear Vending Machines
Westin Hotels & Resorts’ Machine Trades Tweets for Running Gear
The Stay Well at MGM Grand Program Boasts Invigorating Technology
Luxe Mountainside Resorts
The Alpina Dolomites is Elegant and Eco-Conscious
Health Rejuvenation Vacations
Medical Travel Yucatan Offters Luxe Health Care Services Abroad
Peacefully Holistic Hotels
The White Wolf Hotel is Dedicated to the Well-Being of its Visitors
Rural Geothermal Retreats
This Chinese Spa Resort Boasts Natural Hot Springs and Mountain Views
Unorthodox Yoga Hotel Programs
Kimpton Yoga Mat in Every Room Encourages Fitness and Health
Indulgent Fitness Retreats
Sadie Nardini's Wine and Yoga Retreat Focuses on 'Healthy Hedonism'
Healthy Hotel Vending Machines
Marriott & Farmer's Fridge Combine Fresh Food with Travel
In-Hotel Yoga Programs
W Hotels' FIT with Tara Stiles Provides Yoga Routines for Travellers
Even Hotels Are Designed Specifically for Health-Minded Travelers
Human-Powered Hotel Ammenities
The Bike-Fueled Cottage Lodge TV Operates on Foot Peddling