As the world leans more into wellbeing with the pandemic’s widespread impact, luxury resort group Banyan Tree is launching 16 new Wellbeing Sanctuaries in 2021.
Wellbeing Sanctuaries combine club floors or resort wings, with dedicated dining options, Spas, and multifunctional practice spaces.
Beginning this month with the first launching in China, more will be progressively rolled out in Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Thailand and Vietnam over the next 12 months.
“While the resumption of business travel is dubious given a paradigm shift in the future of work, we have absolute conviction that leisure travel will rebound into personal wellbeing practices that work in this new normal,” said Ms Ho Renyung, VP, Brand HQ of Banyan Tree Holdings.
“We have always been known for our Spa experiences – we are now going beyond that, in our unique approach of combining personal wellbeing and greater sustainability into one concept.”
Catered for the wellbeing-curious, the Wellbeing Sanctuary concept enables leisure travellers to design and combine a leisure vacation with wellbeing elements in a flexible, and open way.
They may personalise their stay as well as create a personal practice to sustain even after returning home.
A stay at Banyan Tree’s Wellbeing Sanctuary includes accommodation at a wellbeing suite or villa, in-room amenities such as yoga mats, pre-sleep bath and body rituals and balanced healthy meals.
Banyan Tee says it has taken two years of study and thousands of participant feedback to develop the new concept.