Digital wellness platform TagWell launches mobile and web solution

Guests will not only have access to in-house wellness services and activities right from check-in, but also local experiences and excursions at discounted rates. Photo credit: TagWell

TagWell, a digital wellness marketplace, launched a mobile and web product to assist in the quest for wellness at hotels and resorts.

TagWell acts as the point of contact between hotels and guests by increasing in-house communication regarding activities and services in order to increase bookings and hotel profits. TagWell can be used to better inform guests of, and then book, both on-site and off-site services at a hotel or resort.

TagWell is also designed to provide guests with access to all on-property wellness sessions, from fitness classes to spa treatments offered on property, promoting healthy living for both businesses and leisure travelers while increasing non-rooms revenue. With Tagwell, guests will not only have access to in-house wellness services and activities right from check-in, but also local experiences and excursions at exclusive discounted rates.

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TagWell provides:

  • On-demand access to all hotel services and activities
  • Access to hundreds of local experiences and excursions at discounted rates exclusive to hotel guests
  • Thorough descriptions and details of all activities and services with images and a video preview of available sessions
  • Communication features allowing guests to inquire on activity details, and get to know other attendees.
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