Wellness: Five health needs of hotel guests

By Sara Stewart

29 March 2013
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Are hotels in tune with the health and well-being needs of their guests – especially those that have just arrived following a long and tiring journey ? Not always, says Sara Stewart, Managing Director of Jax Coco UK. By making five simple improvements in the things they offer their guests, hotels could make a real impact on their well-being – not to mention demonstrate their attentiveness.

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Sara Stewart

Sara Stewart is Managing Director of Jax Coco UK. Jax Coco is a 100% pure coconut water drink sourced from the Philippines and Hainan. We use a micro-filtering process, promise to only flash pasteurise the coconut water and it will be bottled within 2 hours of picking - this is essential in order for the natural sugars not be activated and to maintain the taste and health properties of a fresh young coconut.

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