India is fast emerging as a great and lucrative market for Spa owners.
Tricia Bannister, group spa head of The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts claims that they are witnessing more resident as well as local external guests who take packages from one to five days in cities like Bengaluru and Mumbai.
Another Hotel Accor’s Sofitel, situated in Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex, converted its spa into a 24/7 facility eight months ago. They extended the timings for their corporate travelers and have designed a series of treatments to prevent jet lag. Due to hectic lifestyles, spas are not vlog seen as a leisure activity anymore, and about 13-14 guests are walking into their spa every day.
Tattva Spa, the New Delhi-based operator of about 40 spas across India – a mix of standalone units and those managed for hotel chains such as Marriott, Radisson and Hilton – is expected to turn profitable this year. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Hotels are increasingly outsourcing specialized services like spas to external companies as they realize this can lead customers to extend their stay.
Most of the upper crust Indian Hotels are reporting mid double-digit growth in spa revenues and there’s an increasing demand from city residents as well. Wellness has become an important part of a guest’s journey from the new year onwards.