hotel spa trends
Louis de Vilmorin | February 7, 2022
By Louis de Vilmorin The wellness industry is transforming into a booming trillion dollar market with plenty of potential for new entrants in the sector, be it new products or services. EHL has compiled a list of the top 10 global spa trends for 2022. The spa experience is no longer simply about pampering; spas are now required to offer an extensive menu of healing therapies for the mind, body and soul. The COVID impact on the Wellness Industry and Spa Trends Today, spas may answer most of the desires of an older generation expecting to be offered additional pampering services or a health & wellbeing destination from th...
the Authors | March 25, 2019
By Mark VanStekelenburg and Jenna Finkelstein According to the December 2018 edition of CBRE's Hotel Horizons®, the annual growth in RevPAR for U.S. hotels is forecast to decelerate from 2.8 percent in 2018 to 0.1 percent in 2021. As the main source of hotel revenue is plateauing, hoteliers are looking up and down their operating statements to find alternative sources of income. For hotels that operate a spa, this department has stood out as a bright spot not only for growth in revenue, but gains in profits as well. The slowdown in revenue growth will be particularly acute in the nation's major markets. Since 2010, the majority of n...
Robert Mandelbaum | February 17, 2016
By Robert Mandelbaum and Andrea Foster Coming out of the great recession, U.S. hotel operators struggled to earn revenue from sources other than the rental of guest rooms. However, in 2014, we began to see guests spend their money in other areas of the hotel. According to the 2015 edition of Trends® in the Hotel Industry, rooms revenue increased by 7.3 percent in 2014. Concurrently, revenue within the food and beverage and other-operated departments grew by 6.2 percent. One example of an other-operated department enjoying growth is the hotel spa. In 2014 hotel spa revenues increased by 5.1 percent, while department profits grew 10....
PKF Consulting USA, LLC | October 21, 2013
October 21, 2013, Boston, Mass. - While U.S. hotel guests are curbing their appetite for hotel restaurants and room service, they appear to be expressing a desire for pampering and wellness. For the second consecutive year, hotel spa revenues and profits have increased at a pace greater than other non-rooms department sources of hotel revenue. According to the recently released 2013 edition of PKF Consulting USA, LLC's (PKFC) Trends® in the Hotel Spa Industry report, spa department revenue increased by 5.0 percent at the properties in the survey sample. For reference purposes, this compares favorably to the 2.3 percent increase in food...
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