Healthy returns: Hotel Management's Wellness Roundtable 2016

Hotel guests care about wellness. In fact, they care so much about it that they are educating themselves on the subject and bringing that knowledge with them to every business they interact with. From the food they eat to the ingredients in their bath products, guests want to know what is going into and on their bodies and hotels are being forced to cater to that need.

And they've done a good job so far, stepping up to the plate with regards to health and wellness. From construction to operations, wellness has worked its way into ever facet of hospitality, something that was evident during a roundtable held at the EVEN Hotel in Rockville, Md. There, eight wellness experts convened to trade information and talk trends, all related to the wellness practice.

Here, then, is HOTEL MANAGEMENT’s roundtable on the subject. How, then, does your hotel shape up?

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