According to the Global Wellness Institute, wellness tourism is expected to grow 10 per cent annually from 2020 to 2025. With modern culture placing a greater emphasis on physical and mental well-being, many are seeking travel experiences with a focus on wellness.
For some, this means a getaway to detox, decompress and re-energise. Such is the goal of the posh Chenot Palace Weggis in Switzerland. Nestled on the banks of Lake Lucerne, the 5,000 sqm medical spa facility offers a unique seven-night wellness programme based on the Chenot Method, a holistic healthcare philosophy that combines the principles of traditional Chinese healing with the latest scientific advances in Western medicine.
If indulging in hydrotherapy using natural volcanic bedrock water is more up your alley, check out WE Premium Health Resort on the picturesque Jeju island – a popular destination for a relaxing break.
For inner and outer equilibrium, luxuriate in COMO Shambhala Estate’s 360-degree approach to wellness in Bali. The sanctuary offers massage therapies, body care and other integrated programmes tailored to each guest’s goals.
Time away from the grind is sacrosanct. When paired with accommodation-related bonuses, there’s really no reason not to book that getaway. Citi Prestige cardmembers can enjoy one complimentary night when four consecutive nights are booked at any hotel through Citi Prestige Concierge1.
Golfing enthusiasts also have much to cheer about. With the Citi Prestige Card, golfers are privy to three local and three regional complimentary green fee rounds hosted at participating golf clubs per calendar year1.
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