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Kempinski reveals new fitness-focused rooms nternational luxury hotel group Kempinski has launched a new room category, which it will

market as a “new wellness solution for travellers”




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around the world. The Kempinski Fit Room will provide guests with in-room training solutions and on-demand fitness services and are in addition to each hotel’s wellness centres.

With the new room category, we are meeting the need of our guests to stay fit on the go Each room will be equipped with a Technogym Bike and Case

Marc Feller

Each Kempinski Fit Room will be equipped with a Technogym

preferred trainer, type of

Bike and Technogym Case

workout, language and music.

and will offer guests training

With a QR Code, guests can

The Technogym Case offers

options catering to their

guests a range of fitness

individual preferences

tools – including a foam roller,

of customer experience,

also enjoy a guided workout

said: “The trend towards

with a brand new virtual

wellness will certainly

trainer on their phone.

intensify in the future. “With the new rooms, we

The first properties to offer

massage ball, exercise mat

the Kempinski Fit Room are in

are meeting the need of our

favourite classes from

and loop bands – and a library

Germany, Dubai and China.

guests to stay fit on the go.”

Technogym’s on-demand

of training video content

library, based on their

to instruct in their use.

Users can choose their

Marc Feller, Kempinski Hotels’ senior director



nited Fitness Brands

portfolio – joining Boom Cycle

(UFB), the ‘supergroup’ of

and KOBOX – and adds 12

boutique fitness brands,

sites to the group’s estate.

has acquired Barrecore,

The acquisition will extend

the barre studio operator.

the UFB portfolio to more

Barrecore will become

than 20 sites and – thanks

the third brand in UFB’s


United Fitness Brands acquires Barrecore

to Barrecore’s studios in Alderley Edge, Hale and Bristol – will establish it as a national operator.


Founded in 2011, Barrecore is currently in the process of opening its 13th location in Leeds. Hilary Rowland, co-founder of Boom Cycle and one of the

We’re on the lookout for brands that mean more than just a workout to join the group

driving forces behind UFB,

Hilary Rowland


said: “We’re on the lookout for brands to join the group.”

Read more about United Fitness Brands in HCM here Barrecore has 12 sites and will now be owned by UFB

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