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Address Chronic Stress with “Enhanced Feelings of Relaxation”
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Human Regenerator

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Luxury products aside, an attention-grabbing exhibitor at the event was the Human Regenerator that claims to slow down the aging process. Presented by B5 Art of Living LLC, the Human Regenerator is an innovation from human biophysical medicine using a patented technology, which employs deposits of silicon and aluminum to create anti-aging effects on the human body. The machine is valued at $557,000, while a diamond-encrusted version sells for $9.8 million. More info…

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$53.820

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Health tourism is set to boom post-pandemic – and luxury hotels are ready with on-site medical centres the next five-star trend
Switzerland’s Chenot Spa opening at Malaysia’s One & Only Desaru Coast signals a new vogue for hi-tech hotel health treatments – think cryotherapy facials and LED face masks
W Hong Kong has long offered medical treatments – now neighbours Park Hyatt Shenzhen Macau’s The Parisian and The Venetian are upping the game too

Vital dome infratherapy is now offered at the W Hong Kong, as on-site hotel medical treatments become a new travellers’ trend. Photo: W Hong Kong
Vital dome infratherapy is now offered at the W Hong Kong, as on-site hotel medical treatments become a new travellers’ trend. Photo: W Hong Kong

Think of hotel spa treatments, and most of us picture the usual indulgent massages, reviving body scrubs and beautifully scented facials. But at some of Asia’s luxury hotel spas, you can now de-stress, slim down and heal injuries, have a cryotherapy facial that drops to minus 10 degrees Celsius, and be treated with the same LED light that Nasa harnessed to grow plants in zero gravity and heal astronauts’ wounds faster.

While hi-tech treatments like these have been available at luxury medical centres around the world for years, and more recently at some wellness resorts, most hotel spas have kept to relatively traditional offerings that focus on pampering and relaxing their guests.

Specialists at Bliss Spa at W Hong Kong have often been early adopters of new treatments and technologies such as electro-mesotherapy. Photo: W Hong Kong
Specialists at Bliss Spa at W Hong Kong have often been early adopters of new treatments and technologies such as electro-mesotherapy. Photo: W Hong Kong

There are exceptions – Bliss Spa at the W Hong Kong has long been known for its cutting-edge treatments – but now more hotels across Asia are offering medical treatments. These include the One&Only Desaru Coast in Malaysia – Asia’s first outpost of Switzerland’s Chenot Spa – the Park Hyatt Shenzhen, and The Parisian and The Venetian in Macau. These hotels are blurring the boundaries between medical centres, wellness resorts and hotel spas.

 

We now face hyper-knowledgeable guests who have done their homework, know far more than the basics, and look for unique experiences in line with their needs, goals and aspirationsJane Wang, director of spa and fitness, W Hong Kong

 

At Park Hyatt Shenzhen, its wellness centre is becoming one of the most sought-after places for the city’s most discerning wellness fans, offering extensive high-end facilities including a muscle-stimulating machine equipment that promises to build a six-pack body – without hitting the gym.

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Peter Hildebrand, general manager at Park Hyatt Shenzhen, says, “As in most areas of daily life, technology is what is bringing improvements to people’s lives. We also see this high-tech equipment as a natural extension of our spa offering and a way in which we can achieve our vision of delivering real visible results while not compromising comfort or relaxation.”

Stress test at Chenot Spa. Photo: One&Only
Stress test at Chenot Spa. Photo: One&Only

For Dr George Gaitanos, chief operating officer and scientific director at Chenot, the increasing investment in science-driven treatments in the wellness world is in response to the dual drives of customers wanting more varied treatment choices, and looking for options that are focused on specific outcomes. The pandemic has only exacerbated these trends.

 

“With the ongoing pandemic, now more than ever, travellers, health and wellness seekers and spa-goers are seeking ways to further enhance their well-being, from nutrient-rich meals to science-led treatments and diagnostics,” he says.

 

At One&Only Desaru Coast, the Chenot spa has a set of science-based diagnostics that allows treatments to be tailored, and bespoke programmes to be designed, to best suit individual customers’ needs. Packages may combine meditation, relaxation massage and training with biofeedback devices that measure signals from the parasympathetic nervous system to bring calmness and strengthen emotional balance.

One&Only Desaru Coast, Malaysia, houses Chenot Spa’s first Asian outpost. Photo: One&Only
One&Only Desaru Coast, Malaysia, houses Chenot Spa’s first Asian outpost. Photo: One&Only

At the flagship property, Chenot Palace Weggis, specialists are taking the science of wellness a step further by setting up a state-of-the art molecular lab to investigate the expression of certain genes. As with other projects that are first developed in Switzerland, Chenot may bring their technology to Asia.

“Nowadays, there is a lot more to wellness than just massages,” says Gaitanos. “Guests are becoming more interested in diagnostics-driven and targeted spa experiences. By adding certain elements of the overall offerings of Chenot, and combining it with what the location has to offer, this just gives a more unique yet truly holistic wellness journey.”

At Chenot, wellness seekers are looking to science-led treatments and diagnostics. Photo: One&Only
At Chenot, wellness seekers are looking to science-led treatments and diagnostics. Photo: One&Only

Offering a holistic wellness experience is another key driver behind the integration of science-driven treatments into spa menus.

 

“Hi-tech treatments have no conflict with traditional spa offerings; quite [the] opposite, they can help maximise the treatment benefits and elaborate the overall experience,” says Jane Wang, director of spa and fitness at W Hong Kong.

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Chenot Spa’s neuro-acoustic deep relaxation Treatment at One&Only Desaru Coast. Photo: One&Only
Chenot Spa’s neuro-acoustic deep relaxation Treatment at One&Only Desaru Coast. Photo: One&Only

“On the other side, these science-driven treatments can also deliver the aesthetic and wellness results that traditional spa offers may not be able to fulfil. We aim at providing 360-degree wellness solutions involving treatments, activities, nutrition, spiritual healing programmes and educational workshops, to help guests achieve total well-being physically, mentally and emotionally,” she adds.

 

Wang says Bliss Spa members are “always open-minded and willing to try” new treatments, technologies and ingredients. Some of the technology-focused treatments at Bliss Spa include light and cryotherapy, electro-mesotherapy (use of electric impulses to revive the skin), virtual reality meditation sessions, and treatments within a bubble of 99.995 per cent purified air.

LPG Cellu M6 Endermologie at W Hong Kong. Photo: W Hong Kong
LPG Cellu M6 Endermologie at W Hong Kong. Photo: W Hong Kong

Wang points to variety and personalisation as the buzzwords for wellness success. “We now face hyper-knowledgeable guests who have done their homework, know far more than the basics, and look for unique experiences in line with their needs, goals and aspirations,” she says. “Introducing ancient energy medicines like traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) alongside cutting-edge technologies for a blend of old-meets-new, East-meets-West. Focusing on prevention and protection over repair is another rising trend.”

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Park Hyatt Shenzhen now offers customised high-performance facial programmes. Photo: Park Hyatt
Park Hyatt Shenzhen now offers customised high-performance facial programmes. Photo: Park Hyatt

Hildebrand adds that the scientific wellness trend is going strong in China. “It is accelerating,” he says. “China’s well-heeled wellness customers become worldly, global consumers increasingly exposed to the very best the world has to offer. The focus on wellness for many is now less related to appearances or status and more an intrinsic part of life on which they place a high value and importance.”

Deesse Pro red LED mask at Venetian Macau. Photo: Venetian Macau
Deesse Pro red LED mask at Venetian Macau. Photo: Venetian Macau

A growing range of hotel spa treatments show an openness to blending wellness approaches from different cultures and traditions.

 

The Georgia Louise Angel Glo Facial at Le Spa’tique of The Parisian Macau, for example, uses American celebrity aesthetician Georgia Louise’s natural range of skin products, applied with a gua sha massage (a TCM massage using a rose quartz tool to boost circulation and lymphatic drainage). There is also an enzyme-peeling mask, an LED face and neck mask, an ice cryo massage using cold-freeze tools, and an iodised bamboo sheet mask used in conjunction with a headband that sends galvanic current through the skin to increase absorption.

“Many hi-tech treatments can deliver longer-lasting results within a shorter time, they are non-invasive and require no downtime, unlike more invasive medical treatments, and the comfort and convenience make them incredibly popular in our hectic city lives,” says Wang.

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Health and Wellness Trends in the Hospitality Industry

At the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, there are 171 “Stay Well” rooms available within the hotel’s inventory. These rooms come with vitamin-infused shower water, blackout shades and protection from electromagnetic fields. Despite the fact that these rooms cost an extra $30 a night, they see higher than average occupancy rates.

While this statistic would have been surprising a decade or so ago, it actually represents a growing trend in today’s hospitality industry. Health and wellness tourism is steadily on the rise, with this sector’s revenue increasing 14% from 2013 to 2015—a growth rate that is more than double the overall expenditures of the tourism industry. According to research conducted by the Even Hotels brand, wellness-minded travellers represent about 40% of all travellers, yet up to 17 million of these travellers find it difficult to stay active and to eat right while traveling.

Today’s travellers expect hotels to be conscious of and receptive to this trend, and to provide them with ample amenities to ensure they can maintain their regular routines, away from home. The hotels that deliver on this expectation cultivate an enduring appeal for their guests, which can go a long way to helping them stand out from the crowd.

Upgrading Health and Wellness Throughout the Hotel

The number of hotels offering an exercise room or fitness facility rose from 63% in 2004 to 85% in 2016, highlighting how hotels are adapting to this trend. What’s more, many hotels are thinking outside of the box and are taking a systematic approach to improving health and wellness amenities across the board.

  • In the room: Adding fitness equipment like yoga mats, exercise balls and even treadmills to the room itself allows guests to work out privately., while improving mattresses and sleeping conditions promotes restfulness. Simply including healthy options in minibars and providing nicer toiletries satisfies a major priority for travellers.
  • In the hotel: Existing health and wellness facilities are being updated with new classes, equipment, treatments and amenities, with a particular emphasis on group activities like yoga or organized runs. Some even provide sneakers, iPods and workout clothes for free. Hotel menus are incorporating healthier options and organic ingredients while catering to vegan or gluten-free diets. Hotels are also improving air quality, natural light levels and insulation in order to project a healthier image.
  • In the approach: Today’s travellers are looking less for indulgence and more for relaxation and rejuvenation. Hotels that understand this mentality are actively improving and promoting their health and wellness credentials. In addition to adding amenities, they are incorporating sustainable practices, rethinking how they provide value to travellers and rebranding to emphasize happy and healthy guests.

Capitalizing on Guest Priorities and Preferences

Upgrading their current health and wellness options is a great start for hotels looking to get onboard this fitness trend, but hotels need to go a step further in order to attract the bulk of these wellness tourists. This niche sector of the tourism industry spend 130% more than the average traveller, so it’s worth investing time and money to target them strategically.

  • Personalize optionsPersonalization is a priority for every traveller. Providing options that cater to specific wants, schedules, abilities and, most importantly, budgets allows guests to pursue their own health goals and priorities.
  • Upgrade bookings: When wellness is a priority it doesn’t feel like an upsell. The booking process should make it as easy as possible for guests to find, understand and access the complete health and wellness resources of the hotel.
  • Improve outreach: Marketing new health and wellness options is key. In addition to making these central to outreach efforts, staff should draw on guest profiles to inform and connect guests with targeted wellness opportunities.
  • Monitor trends: Trends come and go quickly in the health and wellness sphere, and early adoption is crucial. Growing trends include a focus on mental health, digital detoxification and ethical living. Hotels that offer cutting-edge health programs stand out in a hospitality market that is increasingly prioritizing fitness, beauty and mindfulness.

The wellness tourism market is expected to grow 17% by 2022. Furthermore, 60% of millennials say their health is the most important thing in their lives. Incorporating this changing landscape into every aspect of the guest experience can be a big change for many hotels, but it is a change that will see hotels prosper into the future.

A comprehensive property management system like RoomKeyPMS makes it easier to integrate new health and wellness options. It also makes connecting guests with those options more effective for all involved. Contact us to learn how RoomKeyPMS supports and facilitates all your most ambitious initiatives.

Photo Credits: Shutterstock / Monkey Business Images

 

 

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Meddy

Total Funding Amount: $2.6 million 

 

Meddy, one of the top tech startups in Qatar, is a service for booking doctor’s appointments. The platform allows users to not only search for various medical care centers in their region but also book appointments. Initially launched in Qatar, Meddy is now available in the UAE as well. 

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Founders: Abdulla Alkhenji, Ali Naqi, and Haris Aghadi

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Droobi Health

Total Funding Amount: $948,000 

Droobi Health is one of the best tech companies in Qatar. The digital therapeutic product combines proven behavioral science techniques, data analytics, and AI to provide personalized support to people to build healthier habits and reduce their risk of developing chronic diseases. Droobi Health designs digital health solutions, in Arabic and English, for the management and prevention of chronic diseases such as obesity and diabetes, which are prevalent in the MENA region. 

About: Digital Therapeutics

Founders: Abdulla Almesned, Majed Lababidi, Trio Investment

Industry: Health Care, Medical, Therapeutics

Rimads 

Total Funding Amount: NA 

Rimads, one of the most promising start-up companies in Qatar, offers a mobile app that is focused on reimagining the healthcare ecosystem. The professed mission of the company is to reshape the healthcare sector and make it safer and more easily accessible with the help of technology. The innovative solution offers an “Assess, Connect, and Cure” ecosystem. Users can talk to Avey (AI-driven medical pal) for an instantaneous and accurate assessment, connect with the best doctors through Avey, and have Rimads deliver medicine quickly by clicking a button. 

About: Healthcare Mobile App

Founder: Mohammad Hammoud

Industry: Health Care, IT, Software

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