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Centara Hotels & Resorts focuses on travellers wellness



Thailand-based Centara Hotels & Resorts has introduced Staying Well, a new programme that encourages guests to take care of their health and wellness throughout their stay.

“We are continually looking for innovative ways to serve health-conscious travellers and promote healthy living,” explained vice president – brand, marketing and digital, Centara Hotels & Resorts, Tom Thrussell. “Staying Well represents a significant enhancement in the level of services available to our guests, enabling them to rejuvenate body and mind, and maintain their lifestyle of choice whilst travelling.”

The Staying Well programme is built around three core pillars: Live Well, Eat Well and Sleep Well. The Live Well kit offers guests everything needed for a private in-room exercise workout. The kit includes fitness accessories such as a yoga mat, Swiss ball, 4kg kettlebell, 2kg dumbbell pair, muscle therapy foam roller and a workout folder with a variety of easy-to-follow exercise routines, from Morning Yoga to Full Body Workouts, accompanied by workout videos. There are also free group exercise classes guests can join throughout their stay and a gym kit with a workout outfit available on request.

Meanwhile, the Eat Well concept entails Centara’s expanded menu, which offers nutritious selections spanning diabetic, healthy-heart, gluten-free, low sodium, reduced calorie and vegetarian options, with easy-to-find nutrition information included in restaurant and room service menus.

Sleep Well encourages guests to end the day with a better night’s sleep. Staying Well features an array of pillow choices, from memory foam to hypoallergenic buckwheat pillows felt by many to promote better sleep and a spa music channel which provides soothing sounds. Guests can order a Rest Well kit complete with ear plugs, eye mask, lavender water mister, and silky-soft pajamas made of bamboo fibre.

Staying Well is currently being progressively introduced at all Centara Grand-branded properties and select Centara hotels and resorts

 


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