The global wellness tourism market is expected to exceed $1 trillion by 2030, growing at an annual rate of nearly 10% over the next eight years, according to a June 2022 report by Grand View Research. “The pandemic put a spotlight on our baseline health,” Kane Sarhan, cofounder and chief creative officer of The Well, a health and wellness company based in Manhattan, told the Wall Street Journal.
Now luxury hotels are getting in on the growing market with new high-tech health services.
The Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, Hawaii recently partnered with Next Health, a Los Angeles-based preventive and diagnostic healthcare center. The new Next Health center offers Four Seasons guests a suite of health services including IV drips; an immune- and energy-boosting ozone treatment that fortifies the blood with oxygen; and stem-cell therapy, which goes for $12,000 per hour-long session. The new program also offers genetic biomarker testing. Guests can have their testing done in New York City or Los Angeles before taking off, and then meet with a Next Health provider once they’ve arrived in Hawaii to curate an itinerary based on their profile, which offers a hyper-personalized program for diet, activities, and health therapies.