Luxury Hotels


Social fitness and community wellness are likely to be the biggest 2023 trends coming out of Global Wellness Institute’s 2023 wellness trends, to be unveiled in New York tomorrow – as if in readiness, see the image above, social yoga at ANANTARA AL JABAL AL AKDHAR, high above Muscat.

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL LONDON AT TEN TRINITY SQUARE is more precise.  Through April it offere a two-night Vitality Experience, for ‘up to’ two a a time. The packages includes a 50-minute Body Slimmer treatment using cutting edge technology to achieve effective results, a one-on-one personal training session with Matt Darius as well as a healthy lunch, say Daniele Bartolo Polito’s Superfood Salad.  Body Slimmer uses vacuum technology with infrared radiation to accelerate and intensify the slimming process and you should see improvement of blood and lymphatic circulation, muscle toning, elimination of toxins and stimulation of collagen production. 

Girlahead does wish, by the way, that hotel designers would make more of an impact of staircases.  They have to be there, for safety. Why not make them more publicly attractive, for fitness?  Not everyone wants to climb down from the top (103rd) floor of RITZ-CARLTON, but the staircase of, say, the Swiss Government’s BELLEVUE PALACE BERN, Leading, has 117 lushly-carpetted stairs up to the top, fifth, floot. Similarly, back in London, it’s a great workout staying at THE LANGHAM – 214 stairs up to the ninth floor.

Talking of Langham, hear CEO Brett Butcher, here: