Leading Wellness Brand Miraval Announces Partnership With NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness
A global leader in destination wellness resorts and spas, Hyatt’s Miraval brand announces its new partnership with NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, a non-profit, grassroots organization providing no-cost advocacy, education, and support to all those affected by mental illnesses. Together in 2021, the Miraval and NAMI teams plan to launch a series of events and programs that aim to promote the intersection of mindfulness and mental wellbeing, which are more important now than ever in today’s world.
Riyadh’s hotel industry reported its highest overall performance since the start of the pandemic, according to preliminary January 2021 data from STR. Year-over-year declines remained significant.
STR’s preliminary January 2021 data for Berlin hotels showed slightly higher performance levels compared with the previous month but at overall low levels.
Sydney’s hotel industry reported lower performance levels compared with the previous month, according to preliminary January 2021 data from STR.
SevenCapital has submitted plans to Birmingham City Council for the transformation of the Royal Angus Hotel, Birmingham city centre, following its acquisition in August 2020.
Glencoe Inn, a Highland hotel, is set to receive a £500,000 investment as its owner, Crerar Hotel Group, aims to deliver a “boost to tourism” upon the lifting of travel restrictions.
Hadley Park House, an award-winning, four-star hotel and wedding and events venue, has been brought to market on a freehold basis with a guide price of £2,350,000.
Hoteliers in Bristol are calling on the government for additional support for the industry ahead of the chancellor’s upcoming second budget in March.
Multiple digital health passport solutions are in
development from companies including the International Air Transport Association, AOKpass, Airside Mobile, Yoti, Daon, Ink Aviation and the Commons Project – all aiming to facilitate the resumption of international
travel since it came to a virtual standstill due to COVID-19.
People who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus — right now that means with two doses of either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccine — can skip quarantine if they are exposed to someone infected with the virus, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday.