Wellness Weekly Round-up
Each week we pull together our top articles on the latest in the spa, wellness and hospitality industries.
Aman New York
Aman Resorts, the beacon of luxury hospitality has announced plans for their New York property, located in a historic 1921 building on 5th avenue overlooking Central Park. Opening in 2020, this property will house Aman's first urban residences, along with one of the brand's incredibly beautiful spas. The Aman Spa will be located on the 7th, 8th and 9th floors of the hotel and will house a dramatic 82 foot indoor swimming pool. Click here to read the full article from Spa Opportunities.
Yoga on the Fly
Designed to counteract the negative effects of air travel on our bodies and minds, Yoga on the Fly is set to open on November 6th at the Denver International Airport. This concept is the country's first private yoga and mediation studio in an airport, and will be in place for 90 days — just in time for the busy holiday travel season. Each private, mini-studio is equipped with videos ranging from 8-20 minutes, along with space for luggage and some grooming essentials to refresh after your session. Click here for the full article from Well + Good.
Quiet is the New Luxury
According to a recent article from Skift, "luxury no longer only means opulence as a new generation of travellers — and older travellers with shifting priorities — seek out a different means to satiate their desire for peace and calm". We couldn't agree more, the need to truly disconnect is only growing. The Spruceton Inn, which describes itself as a "Catskills Bed and Bar" as well as Scribners Catskill Lodge are two new lodges recently opened outside of New York City are featured in the article as examples of the type of alternative luxury that today's consumers are gravitating towards. Click here for the full article from Skift.
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