Attendee and employee well-being are ranking high in the results of many surveys and research related to the meetings and events industry. Booking properties, venues, and destinations that place guest wellness at the forefront can help convention registrants and meeting-goers stay on track with their health goals while traveling.
With a mission of providing signature wellness programs that empower guests, Westin Hotels & Resorts has reimagined its gear lending program to feature the latest in high-tech recovery and total body strength training equipment. The updated WestinWORKOUT Gear Lending program is rolling out at the brand’s more than 230 global properties globally beginning this month, allowing guest to borrow from a library of kits to maintain and improve their wellness routines.
Westin has tapped well-known companies that provide high-quality fitness essentials to help create the first two in-room and on-demand kits.
Recover & Recharge by Hyperice
In this kit, Hyperice features its massage and compression products that are ideal for addressing post-workout recovery and soothing stiffness and tension from long travel. The kit includes Hyperice’s most sought-after recovery gear such as Normatec Go, Hypervolt Go 2, and Hypersphere Mini.
Sculpt & Flow by Bala
Whether an avid runner that needs recovery tools or cross-training, a yogi that wants to maintain daily routines, or a guest that seeks to relieve tension from a long day of meetings, guests can utilize Bala’s full-body workout essentials such as bangle weights, resistance bands, balance blocks, and a Westin-branded yoga mat.
Westin plans to continue expanding its gear lending program with more kits and adding enhanced wellness experiences to the roster. In addition, guests and groups can tap into the offerings available at WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studios and the more than 225 on-property run concierges around the world. Run concierges host group runs and encourage athletes of all levels to request a RunWESTIN map and explore the destinations they are visiting.