The spa experience has evolved beyond pampering to include a wide range of healing therapies for the mind, body, and soul, as well as non-invasive treatments for those who wish to make minor adjustments to their physical appearance.
The hospitality industry has always been at the forefront of adapting to changing trends and customer preferences. As we approach 2024, it’s evident that the industry is on the cusp of significant transformation. Here’s how to stay ahead.
Arch Amenities Group, a full-service global provider of wellness, spa and amenity management and meeting services for commercial and residential properties, hotels, private clubs and pools, today announced its expansion into Canada with the acquisition of Personal Best Health and Performance Inc., a Canadian leader in corporate wellness services.
Hotels must shift their F&B programming in stride with dietary cultural changes and there are specific ways within this food-as-medicine trend to activate new revenue streams and greatly enhance loyalty.
Six Senses is taking its wellness and sustainability formula to a sanctuary in Napa County, an agricultural haven producing some of the world’s most sought-after wine. Named after the natural thermal Aetna Springs discovered in the 1870s, the original resort thrived until the 1970s as a natural spa destination, with Aetna Mineral Water also sold throughout the American West.
There’s a great demand for experiences that immerse guests in nature and a heavy emphasis on experiential design, which will continue to define hospitality in 2023.
Arch Amenities Group today announced the appointment of Blake Feeney, a luxury spa industry veteran, as vice president of development, spa.
In this episode, we explore the latest trends and developments in spa and wellness with Tammy Pahel, Chief Wellness Officer for Alchemy Wellness Resorts and VP of Spa & Wellness Operations for Carillon Miami Wellness Resorts.