TravelNewsAsia.com

Search Travel News Asia for: Sleep

Search Results
Your search for Sleep found the following documents (of 45920 documents searched):
Displaying documents 1-8 of 957, with best matches first:

1. Westin and National Sleep Foundation launch Free Sleep Hotline
Westin and National Sleep Foundation launch Free Sleep Hotline. To celebrate this milestone and its commitment to wellness, Westin has teamed with renowned sleep experts at the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) to help make a perfect night’s sleep a reality for the sleep deprived. The National Sleep Foundation Hotline brought to you by Westin Hotels will debut on August 17th at 6:00
2. Koh Samui’s Kamalaya Launches Sleep Enhancement Program
Kamalaya, a Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa on Koh Samui, Thailand, has launched a Sleep Enhancement program. The focus of the Sleep Enhancement program is to re-establish healthy and restful sleep while addressing sleep issues and imbalances. Sleep difficulties will be addressed through a combination of core treatments and therapies drawing from naturopathy, Traditional Chines
3. Etihad Airways Launches Program to Enhance Inflight Sleep Experience
Etihad Airways has launched a program designed to improve sleep quality on its long-haul flights. Since July 2012, Etihad Airways has been working closely with a panel of sleep experts from the American Centre for Psychiatry and Neurology (ACPN) in Abu Dhabi to research ways to enhance sleep in-flight. The Centre is staffed by American Board-certified aviation psychiatrists and neu
4. Spa at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong to launch Sleep Ritual Treatment
Spa at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong to launch Sleep Ritual Treatment. In January, the Mandarin Spa at the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is to launch a special Sleep Ritual treatment for guests needing a little help relaxing properly. Priced at HK$1,400 for a 90-minute treatment, the ritual is designed to induce sleep through the use of music, scents and massage, thereby relaxing the
5. Mövenpick Hotels to Feature Sleep Rooms
Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts is launching a new room category concept that it says guarantees guests a good night’s sleep. All Mövenpick hotels in Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland will feature this new room category from 17 March 2017, which is World Sleep Day. The new ‘Sleep individually different’ will offer:
6. The Sukhothai Bangkok offering Guests a Better Night’s Sleep with Parker & Morgan Pillows
The Sukhothai Bangkok offering Guests a Better Night’s Sleep with Parker & Morgan Pillows. Parker & Morgan, a world leader in creative sleep enhancement products with over 120 models of pillows, has chosen The Sukhothai Bangkok as an hospitality partner in Thailand to offer a special The Sukhothai Pillow Menu from which its guests can select a headrest for an improved night’s sleep
7. 137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts Creates Sleep by Design Therapy for Guests
137 Pillars Hotels & Resorts has created Sleep by Design Therapy for guests. The two treatments in the programme, now available at 137 Pillars in Bangkok and Chiang Mai properties, are Sleep by Design Therapy which is available for suite or residence guests and is conducted at Nitra Spa & Wellness or in-room; and Sleepdown for suite guests which is conducted in-room at the guests’
8. Wyndham Hotels Set Out to Engineer the Perfect Night’s Sleep
Jet lag, unfamiliar routine and the general stress of travel contribute to poor sleep and post-travel illness. A recent University of Texas study found disrupting sleep and impacting circadian rhythm – commonly caused by jet lag – not only leads to chronic fatigue and insomnia but also causes accelerated aging.

Documents 1-8 of 957 displayed.

Results Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 [ Next >> ]

Travel News Asia - Home Page

Latest Travel News
Advertising
Advertising
Contact Details | Privacy | About Us | TravelNewsAsia.com © Copyright 1997 - 2018 - TravelNewsAsia.com - All rights reserved.