Hotels Enhance Their Fitness Centers to Appeal to Travelers

Hotels Enhance Their Fitness Centers to Appeal to Travelers

Once banished to basements, hotel fitness centers are now getting more attention from hotel operators who realize fitness has become more important to travelers. The shift could provide new sales opportunities for manufacturers and partnership possibilities for club operators.

Not many hotel guests expect to use an 85,000-square-foot fitness center for free with their $259 per night hotel room. Nor do they expect to take a Zumba class, book a session with a personal trainer or receive nutritional counseling while there. However, at Renaissance ClubSport, they can do just that.

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