ResortSuite
ResortSuite
ResortSuite
 
EMPLOYERS: POST A JOB
Free ezines & magazines
Jobs News Video Training Products Magazines Spa Business spa-kit Handbook What's on Advertise Subscribe
LATEST JOBS
Spa Manager
Barnham Broom Hotel
SALARY: Highly competitive
LOCATION: Norwich, UK
Spa Manager
Everyone Active
SALARY: Excellent Package + bonus scheme
LOCATION: Alton, UK
MORE JOBS
Catalogue gallery
More catalogues
Diary dates
Powered by leisurediary.com
16-20 May 2021
Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore
17-20 May 2021
Quinns Hot Springs Resort, Paradise, United States
19 May 2021
Virtual, Malta
23-26 May 2021
Montage Deer Valley, Park City, United States
03-04 Jun 2021
Online,
06-08 Jun 2021
Ritz-Carlton, Miami, United States
07-09 Jun 2021
Virtual summit,
13-14 Jun 2021
Online,
Banyan Tree's kicks off global rollout of new Wellbeing Sanctuary concept
By Megan Whitby 27 Apr 2021
The new concept is designed to put the power into guests' hands to determine what facet of their own wellbeing they want to focus on
In response to the global reevaluation of wellbeing, Banyan Tree has extended its flexible and personalisable wellness concept – Banyan Tree Wellbeing Sanctuaries.

The launch is based on ecotherapy and involves guests staying in a unique Wellbeing Sanctuary villa with a set pay rate allowing them access to up to 50 different types of wellness activities a week inspired by the destination, plus a daily massage.

The villas, in their first guise, quietly launched at the flagship Banyan Tree Phuket, Thailand, in May 2018.

Now, the concept is being rolled out in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Thailand and Vietnam throughout 2021.

As every individual’s journey to wellbeing is different, Banyan Tree wants to provide a tranquil retreat with the time and space for guests to choose their own activities throughout their stay with a unique credit system, in consultation with the property’s wellbeing host.

Through a simple approach of eight wellbeing pillars, guests may personalise their stay and pick up new personal practices to sustain even after returning home.

“Our mission is to demystify wellbeing and democratise it for everyone,” explained Lee Woon Hoe, Banyan Tree’s executive director of wellbeing and the mastermind behind the new concept.

“We’re excited to launch the sanctuary experience globally and hope that in discovering these simple yet impactful ways to improve their wellbeing, our guests will sustain these practices when they return home, into their daily lives and with their loved ones.”

A stay at Banyan Tree’s Wellbeing Sanctuary includes:
  • Accommodation at a wellbeing suite or villa designed for sleep enhancement

  • In-room amenities such as yoga mats, stretch bands and singing bowls for private practice

  • Pre-sleep bath and body rituals

  • Balanced healthy meals and mini-bar provisions using locally sourced ingredients

  • Bodywork and Spa therapy experience

  • Personalised, take-home wellbeing guide for sustained learning


Guests pay around US$500 (€414, £360) a night to stay in one of the 23 Banyan Tree Wellbeing Sanctuary villas in Phuket.

Retreats last for a minimum of two days, with a variety of activities to accommodate couples or families with different leisure and wellbeing preferences.

To read more about the inspiration behind Banyan Tree’s Wellbeing Sanctuaries, check out Spa Business’ in-depth interview here.


News
1 to 12 of 7794 news stories
14 May 2021
Italian destination spa Preidlhof in South Tyrol is welcoming back guests with new retreats, signature rituals, specialist therapists and freshly renovated spa areas. Preidlhof has reopened following a COVID-19 lockdown and now offers 12 transformational ... More
13 May 2021
The International Spa Association (ISPA) has revealed its annual five key spa industry financial indicators from its 2021 US Spa Industry Study – known as the Big Five – during its Stronger Together Summit. Conducted ... More
13 May 2021
Luxury linen supplier Tielle Love Luxury wants to get tails wagging with the launch of its first luxury bathrobe created exclusively for dogs. The company works with five-star properties such as London’s Rosewood and The ... More
13 May 2021
COVID-19 has presented our industry with a chance to reinvent itself, said thought leader Seth Mattison at ISPA's Stronger Together Summit. Mattison, the founder of FutureSight Labs, helps leaders from organisations such as Johnson & ... More
12 May 2021
In the Global Wellness Institute ’s (GWI) latest Q&A, spa and wellness icon Sue Harmsworth spoke to VP of research and forecasting Beth McGroarty about the trends and challenges facing the spa and wellness industry. ... More
10 May 2021
Marketing guru and New York Times best-selling author Seth Godin kicked off ISPA’s Stronger Together Summit today (10 May) with an insightful keynote Power Session about the benefits of using creative, remarkable thinking to transform ... More
10 May 2021
Glasgow’s iconic Kimpton Blythswood Square has launched La Chambre Verte, an immersive hotel suite experiment measuring the psychological and physical benefits of biophilic design. The hotel partnered with Scottish CBD skincare brand La Rue Verte, ... More
07 May 2021
Sha Wellness Clinic 's latest programme targets those suffering with long-term symptoms of COVID-19 – a syndrome clinically referred to as long-COVID. The minimum seven-night retreat at Sha’s flagship in Alicante has been developed to ... More
06 May 2021
Attractions and hospitality brand Pursuit has launched Sky Lagoon, a relaxing and restorative geothermal retreat just outside of Reykjavik, situated against the striking backdrop of the North Atlantic Ocean. The new retreat is a competitor ... More
05 May 2021
Health club operator Bannatyne is repositioning itself as a wellness provider, as it looks to bounce back from the effects of the pandemic lockdowns. Speaking exclusively to HCM, Bannatyne' FD, Ken Campling, says the decision ... More
05 May 2021
Spa therapist wellbeing is the focus of an upcoming training course launching in Newquay, UK, in September 2021. The two-day in-person event will be hosted by The Massage Hub Training Academy and has been designed ... More
04 May 2021
Actress, entrepreneur and founder of lifestyle brand goop Gwyneth Paltrow has been appointed wellbeing advisor for cruise operator Celebrity Cruises. In her new role, Paltrow has designed a wellness event concept named goop at Sea ... More
     
International SPA Association - iSPA
GM Collin Skincare Inc
Company Profile
THALION Laboratories
Thalion offers face, body, men and thalasso products and protocols, together with a full range of [more]
 
MORE PROFILES
Featured Supplier
Cryotherapy specialists, L&R Kältetechnik, launch new artofcryo.com division
L&R Kältetechnik has launched a new division, named artofcryo.com, after 30 years’ experience with -110 °C electrical solutions. ... more
Hydrafacial / Edge Systems Corporation
Product news
Dermalogica announces launch of new Melting Moisture Masque
Dermalogica announces launch of new Melting Moisture Masque
Spa Life UK focuses on education and self-development in a COVID-19 landscape
Spa Life UK focuses on education and self-development in a COVID-19 landscape
Hytte introduces Scandi-style modular cabins
Hytte introduces Scandi-style modular cabins
Preparing for the new guest
Preparing for the new guest
Ionto-Comed presents dynamic treatment table suitable for both spa and beauty treatments
Ionto-Comed presents dynamic treatment table suitable for both spa and beauty treatments
Bioline Jatò upgrades Age Beauty Secret line with gold facemask and new treatments
Bioline Jatò upgrades Age Beauty Secret line with gold facemask and new treatments
Directory

 
JOBS
NEWS
VIDEO
TRAINING
PRODUCTS
MAGAZINE
 
SPA BUSINESS
SPA-KIT.NET
SPA BUSINESS HANDBOOK
SUBSCRIBE
ADVERTISE
FREE DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
CONTACT US

Leisure Media
Tel: +44 (0)1462 431385

©Cybertrek 2021



ResortSuite
ResortSuite
ResortSuite
ResortSuite
Jobs   News   Products   Magazine
NEWS
Banyan Tree's kicks off global rollout of new Wellbeing Sanctuary concept
POSTED 27 Apr 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
The new concept is designed to put the power into guests' hands to determine what facet of their own wellbeing they want to focus on Credit: Banyan Tree
Our mission is to demystify wellbeing and democratise it for everyone
– Lee Won Hoe
In response to the global reevaluation of wellbeing, Banyan Tree has extended its flexible and personalisable wellness concept – Banyan Tree Wellbeing Sanctuaries.

The launch is based on ecotherapy and involves guests staying in a unique Wellbeing Sanctuary villa with a set pay rate allowing them access to up to 50 different types of wellness activities a week inspired by the destination, plus a daily massage.

The villas, in their first guise, quietly launched at the flagship Banyan Tree Phuket, Thailand, in May 2018.

Now, the concept is being rolled out in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Thailand and Vietnam throughout 2021.

As every individual’s journey to wellbeing is different, Banyan Tree wants to provide a tranquil retreat with the time and space for guests to choose their own activities throughout their stay with a unique credit system, in consultation with the property’s wellbeing host.

Through a simple approach of eight wellbeing pillars, guests may personalise their stay and pick up new personal practices to sustain even after returning home.

“Our mission is to demystify wellbeing and democratise it for everyone,” explained Lee Woon Hoe, Banyan Tree’s executive director of wellbeing and the mastermind behind the new concept.

“We’re excited to launch the sanctuary experience globally and hope that in discovering these simple yet impactful ways to improve their wellbeing, our guests will sustain these practices when they return home, into their daily lives and with their loved ones.”

A stay at Banyan Tree’s Wellbeing Sanctuary includes:
  • Accommodation at a wellbeing suite or villa designed for sleep enhancement

  • In-room amenities such as yoga mats, stretch bands and singing bowls for private practice

  • Pre-sleep bath and body rituals

  • Balanced healthy meals and mini-bar provisions using locally sourced ingredients

  • Bodywork and Spa therapy experience

  • Personalised, take-home wellbeing guide for sustained learning


Guests pay around US$500 (€414, £360) a night to stay in one of the 23 Banyan Tree Wellbeing Sanctuary villas in Phuket.

Retreats last for a minimum of two days, with a variety of activities to accommodate couples or families with different leisure and wellbeing preferences.

To read more about the inspiration behind Banyan Tree’s Wellbeing Sanctuaries, check out Spa Business’ in-depth interview here.
RELATED STORIES
Banyan Tree Krabi opens with rainforest-themed spa, inspired by legendary mythical sea serpent


Banyan Tree Group has begun welcoming guests to a new 72-key beachfront resort and spa in Southern Thailand, named Banyan Tree Krabi.
Banyan Tree leads by example and rolls out three new staff mental health initiatives


Banyan Tree Group has announced it’s rolling out three groupwide initiatives to promote staff wellbeing, in particular mental health, during COVID-19 and beyond.
FEATURE: Interview: Lee Woon Hoe


Banyan Tree’s executive director of wellbeing tells Spa Business magazine why now is the right time for the group to launch its new wellness concept
Banyan Tree still plans to debut in Malaysia in Q3 2020 with beachfront wellness resort


Hotel group Banyan Tree is opening a luxury beachfront wellness resort – called Angsana Teluk Bahang – in Penang, Malaysia.
MORE NEWS
Preidlhof reopens in Italy with refreshed wellness offering and spa updates
Italian destination spa Preidlhof in South Tyrol is welcoming back guests with new retreats, signature rituals, specialist therapists and freshly renovated spa areas.
Study: ISPA’s latest research shows signs of hope for US spa industry's recovery
The International Spa Association (ISPA) has revealed its annual five key spa industry financial indicators from its 2021 US Spa Industry Study – known as the Big Five – during its Stronger Together Summit.
Pampered pooches: Nobu's London hotel introduces bespoke spa robes for dogs
Luxury linen supplier Tielle Love Luxury wants to get tails wagging with the launch of its first luxury bathrobe created exclusively for dogs.
How can spas reimagine the future? Asks ISPA keynote Seth Mattison
COVID-19 has presented our industry with a chance to reinvent itself, said thought leader Seth Mattison at ISPA's Stronger Together Summit.
Sue Harmsworth: “I’m starting to hate the word wellness”
In the Global Wellness Institute’s (GWI) latest Q&A, spa and wellness icon Sue Harmsworth spoke to VP of research and forecasting Beth McGroarty about the trends and challenges facing the spa and wellness industry.
Seth Godin leads ISPA masterclass on how spas can optimise their marketing strategy
Marketing guru and New York Times best-selling author Seth Godin kicked off ISPA’s Stronger Together Summit today (10 May) with an insightful keynote Power Session about the benefits of using creative, remarkable thinking to transform spa businesses' ideas and practices.
+ More news   
 
COMPANY PROFILES
Living Earth Crafts

Since 1973, LEC has been manufacturing premium spa equipment for the world’s finest spas and resorts [more...]
+ More profiles  
VIDEO GALLERY

BC Softwear Product Demonstration Pure Spa Linen & Energy saving SupremeSoft Towels
BC Softwear introduces the new Pure Spa Linen cotton sheets, duvet covers and pillow cases especially designed for luxury spas. The SupremeSoft range offers incredible energy saving over traditional towelling with a cashmere soft feel. Find out more...
+ More videos  

DIRECTORY
+ More directory  
DIARY

 

17-20 May 2021

Hot Springs Connection Conference

Quinns Hot Springs Resort, Paradise, United States
23-26 May 2021

Global Beauty & Wellness Exchange

Montage Deer Valley, Park City, United States
+ More diary  
 


CONTACT US

Leisure Media
Tel: +44 (0)1462 431385

©Cybertrek 2021

ABOUT LEISURE MEDIA
LEISURE MEDIA MAGAZINES
LEISURE MEDIA HANDBOOKS
LEISURE MEDIA WEBSITES
LEISURE MEDIA PRODUCT SEARCH
PRINT SUBSCRIPTIONS
FREE DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS