Park Hyatt Istanbul takes part in Global Wellness initiative

The hotel was among Hyatt’s 400 global properties who participated in the Global Wellness programme

The Park Hyatt Istanbul's guests and colleagues enjoyed relaxation exercises at the pool
The Park Hyatt Istanbul's guests and colleagues enjoyed relaxation exercises at the pool

The Park Hyatt Istanbul has taken part in various health and wellness programmes as part of Global Wellness Day.

During the week leading up to Global Wellness Day (8 June 2019), the hotel invited a dietitian to deliver healthy eating tips during their wellness event, where colleagues and guests enjoyed detox shots and relaxation exercises at the pool.

The hotel was among the group’s 400 properties who took part in health and wellness programmes across the world.

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Hyatt’s chief commercial services officer Mark Vondrasek said “wellbeing was at the core of its DNA”.

“We know that wellbeing is increasingly important to our colleagues, guests, and customers, and Global Wellness Day provides an opportunity to jointly celebrate our focus on wellbeing at a global scale,” said Vondrasek.

“Today, we’re excited to showcase distinct wellbeing experiences and bring our landmarks of wellbeing - Feel, Fuel and Function - to life for colleagues and guests at our hotels around the world.”

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