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‘There has been a shift towards designing brighter, attractive fitness areas with more sophisticated kit’

We all know that life on the road can lead to an unhealthy lifestyle. Disrupted sleep, fast food and a fair bit of stress thrown in for good measure can affect everything from job performance to our personal wellbeing.

Meanwhile, wellness has become a buzzword. The wellness economy was valued at US$4.2 trillion in 2017 by the Global Wellness Institute, of which the travel market represents US$639 billion with a predicted growth of 7.5 per cent annually until 2022, making it the fastest-growing sector of global tourism. In response, hotels have launched a range of amenities and services, from in-room kit to ergonomic workstations and nutritional meal plans.


Before booking a hotel, do you check whether it has a fitness centre? According to the GBTA Business Traveller Sentiment

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