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Health and Wellness Tourism in Norway

Hotels in Norway have upgraded their facilities in order to offer spa treatments to their guests or those who want just to have a spa treatment without using the accommodation. Spa facilities give hotel owners additional earnings independently of the...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Israel

In the last two years there was a strong focus on medical tourism. Israel is known for its advances in medical technology and specialist doctors, which make it an ideal candidate for medical tourism. Therefore, medical tourism has a significant ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Bulgaria

A key trend in health and wellness tourism in Bulgaria in 2013 was continuous striving on the part of health and wellness operators to attract more consumers from the middle class and more inbound tourists from the economy segment, rather than being ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Greece

Health and wellness tourism posted a decline of 43% in current value terms in 2013. The decline derived primarily from medical tourism, with poor infrastructure and major cuts in the healthcare system amidst the recession hindering growth and the ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Sweden

Trade sources note a deliberate and ongoing need to remain innovative in the attraction and retention of consumers in 2013. This is leading to what players report as a gradual movement away from spa orientation to a more all-inclusive wellness ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Ecuador

Ecuador continued to experience significant development in the offer of luxury travel accommodation in 2013, much of which was closely related to rising demand for health and wellness tourism. Many of Ecuador’s high-end travel accommodation outlets ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Finland

Health and wellness tourism recorded current value growth of 1% in 2013, and value sales reached 54.7 million. This category, which grew healthily during 2011 and 2012, saw growth almost stagnate as both domestic and international visitors cut back ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Denmark

Health and wellness tourism in Denmark is benefiting from a trend of consumers investing more time and money in spoiling and indulging themselves. The main group for this is domestic travellers, aged 30-50 years, who go to spa and other health and ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in China

Health and wellness tourism in China remained unpopular over the review period compared with developed countries, although sales grew by 12% in current terms in 2013, mainly due to relatively high prices, previous low awareness and consumer ...

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Health and Wellness Tourism in Canada

Although wellness tourism and spa visits are not a big draw in themselves for inbound tourism, there are an increasing number of visiting travellers who take advantage of high-end hotel spas during their stays. It has become a standard in high-end ...

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