Four Seasons hotel adds in-room fitness center

Select Four Seasons Silicon Valley guestrooms feature Tonal, an all-in-one fitness system and personal trainer. Photo credit: Four Seasons Silicon Valley

Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley in East Palo Alto, Calif., is the first to feature Tonal, the intelligent gym and personal trainer, in room for guests to use at their convenience. The guest experience also features a fitness center redesigned in consultation with Harley Pasternak and mindful tips and heart-healthy menu items by wellness consultant and author Yvonne Tally.

“These additions to the guest experience promote holistic well-being and productivity,” GM Florian Riedel said in a statement. “Those who want to maintain their personal wellness while traveling can do so through these multilayered offerings, giving guests opportunities to be more balanced and focused as they go about their trip.”

Select guestrooms feature Tonal, an all-in-one fitness system and personal trainer. It combines coaching, equipment and technology for on-demand strength training, yoga, cardio classes and hundreds of guided workouts.

Virtual Roundtable

Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience

Join Hotel Management’s Elaine Simon for our latest roundtable—Post COVID-19: The New Guest Experience. The experts on the panel will share how to inspire guest confidence that hotels are safe and clean and how to win back guest business.

Guests can also request a Peloton bike, a Streamline treadmill, a stretch ball, a yoga mat and more to be placed in their room.

Tonal’s wall-displayed design replaces dozens of traditional weight machines for a full-body workout, with hundreds of moves and 200 pounds (90 kilograms) of resistance. Tonal’s Coach A.I. technology monitors the quality of every rep and adjusts resistance for each exercise in real-time based on the individual body.

Suggested Articles

The REIT said that it does not expect to see a meaningful increase in demand for its portfolio until there are COVID-19 medical solutions in place.

Choice Hotels International hailed its strong domestic drive-to and leisure markets as it reported growth in occupancy and conversions.

The three companies account for 68 percent of the projects in the total pipeline.