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Be Relax joins Priority Pass network to offer services at US airports – The Moodie Davitt Report


US. Spa specialist Be Relax is to offer its services, including chair massages, loungers and aromatherapy, through the Priority Pass network at selected US airports.

Wellness before take-off: Be Relax will gain an extended audience through Priority Pass at US airports

Collinson-owned Priority Pass offers its members access to over 1.300 lounges and airport experiences in more than 650 airports worldwide.

As reported, Priority Pass will add over 150 new luxury airport lounges worldwide across 2021.

Along with 100 new premium dining and relaxation experiences and railway/sea port lounges set to be completed this year, the expansion represents a +20% growth for the network.

Be Relax services are available at two US airports – San Francisco International and Detroit Metropolitan – with further locations to be added soon.

Collinson Group Managing Director – Travel Experiences Andy Besant said: “Welcoming Be Relax spa experiences to the Priority Pass network means adding new opportunities for relaxation to our members’ journeys.

“Something as simple as a massage or aromatherapy session is often all it takes to put people in the right frame of mind for a better journey ahead”

“As the world gets moving again, it is especially important for travellers to focus on their health and wellbeing, which includes managing stress and anxiety. As always, we want to make the travel experience as enjoyable as the destination. Whether coming or going everyone can benefit from some extra personal attention.

“Something as simple as a massage or aromatherapy session is often all it takes to put people in the right frame of mind for a better journey ahead,” Besant added.

Note: The Moodie Davitt Report has launched a new publication titled Airport Consumer Experience, in association with Airport Dimensions, dedicated to airport guest services and experiences.

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