Long gone are the days when “going on vacation” was code for “eating all the unhealthy stuff.” Now, wellness is a $4.2 billion industry, and hotels, airlines, and excursions are racing to keep up with the 17 million travelers who identify as “health and well-being focused.”…”The No. 1 app trend of 2018 was wellness/mindfulness, and as mental health conversations continue to grow in popularity and become a part of today’s lexicon, we want to make it easy for our guests to explore new ways to relax and unwind,” Jason Webb, the general manager of Tilden Hotel in San Francisco, says of the recent decision to offer guests free access to meditation app Simple Habit… By Emma Loewe
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