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‘Headspace,’ Hyatt Partner for Hotel Wellness Strategy

The meditation company has partnered with the hotel chain to offer wellness to guests and employees.

Hyatt hotels have partnered with meditation app “Headspace” to provide wellness programming and exercises to both hotel guests and employees at all of its properties around the world.

“By teaming up with industry leaders like Headspace, we are better positioned to care for our guests and employees and help them prioritize their own wellbeing both during and in between stays at Hyatt hotels around the world,” says Mark Vondrasek, chief commercial officer, Hyatt.

Complimentary access to Headspace will be available via in-room TVs, which can include meditations, soothing sounds to encourage sleep and guidance from Andy Puddicombe, co-founder, “Headspace.”

Through the loyalty club app, “World of Hyatt” members will have access to mindfulness meditation content during their stay. Exclusive “Headspace” member offers will also be available to them.

In the future, meeting planners will have the option of adding “Headspace” content and experiences to corporate conference packages.

Later this year, a meditation experience especially curated for conference attendees will become available and be powered by Headspace.

“Traveling can often take you out of your routine – so it’s important to take the time to pause, be present and take care of yourself,” says Puddicombe. “We’re excited to partner with Hyatt in this shared mission to incorporate wellbeing into the day-to-day experiences of Hyatt team members and guests everywhere.”

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