MH&R capitalises on health-conscious tourists
Mövenpick Hotel & Resorts, (MH&R) is casting a sharp strategic eye on a rapidly growing sector of the hospitality industry and responding to an increased interest shown in health tourism.
The Mövenpick Hotel and Resort Beirut is a fine example of a property offering the complete resort experience. It contains the exclusive, state-of-the-art Essential Spa and Health Club covering 2000 sq m.
Mövenpick Hotel and Resort Beirut, is the perfect destination for health conscious leisure travellers who are seeking the ‘new age’ remedies as well as traditional remedial therapies, many of which go back to the Roman Empire. For the business traveller, aware of the benefits of a fully-equipped health and fitness centre and invigorating spa, it is the ideal place to alleviate the stresses and strains brought on by a hectic work schedule.
Also, recently opened, is the elegant Mövenpick Hotel Bahrain. The wellness facilities include a large infinity edged lagoon pool, a fully-equipped gymnasium and a spa and massage centre, managed by a Thai firm. In addition, Mövenpick Resort & Spa El Gouna will open Angsana Spa in spring 2005.
MH&R are no strangers to this growing sector of the market for. back 1999, the Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea, Jordan opened at the lowest place on earth. Where there are endless supplies of water, as well as copious amounts of salt and mud, making it an ideal location for remedial and therapeutic tourism.