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Andrew Gibson outlines fitness and spa concepts for FRHI's brands

Andrew Gibson, VP of spa and wellness at Fairmont Raffles Hotels International (FRHI), has spoken exclusively to Spa Opportunities about the branding for each of the three hotel groups managed by the organisation – Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel – and how spa, fitness and wellness will be represented within each.

FRHI, owned by Doha-based Qatari Investment Authority and Saudi-based Kingdom Holding Company, has regionalised its business – instead of running the brands as separate entities, they will be streamlined for future growth opportunities, according to Gibson.

At a roundtable briefing with members of the media earlier this month at the Savoy in London – a Fairmont hotel – FRHI brand presidents Jennifer Fox of Fairmont and Peter French of Raffles outlined consumer research results which has helped them to better understand their respective target markets. This information has then been used to help Gibson design a framework for each branded properties’ spa concept.

The consumer research, conducted by international online market research agency YouGov, demonstrated that the Raffles brand caters for guests with an average age of 39. Seventy-seven per cent of Raffles consumers purchase luxury goods and services while on vacation, 91 per cent fly first class, 88 per cent like ‘rare’ brands and 53 per cent like to be regarded as wealthy.

In terms of spa, the three principles that will permeate each of its spas are space, privacy and time. “Excellent service is no longer a USP, it is an expected part of luxury service,” Gibson told Spa Opportunities away from the briefing. “To make the difference, we are designing our facilities with space and privacy in mind. For example, the spacing between fitness equipment will be thought through to give a degree of privacy when using the equipment. The treatment rooms will be capable of private changing and they will be adequately spaced to provide room to move.

“The spa facilities are also designed primarily for the hotel’s guests,” Gibson continued. While local clientele will be able to use the spa, the design and treatment menu will be geared toward hotel guest satisfaction. The pools and fitness facilities usually will be for hotel guest use only, but some locations may make different arrangements.

The Raffles spa imagery of a lotus flower from bud to bloom has been altered as part of the shift. The lotus now represents the body's different chakras, using different colours. “The colours are more organic in nature to imply that we will have natural-based products available wherever possible,” added Gibson.

In contrast, the Fairmont brand attracts consumers with an average age of 47. Seventy-four of these consumers feel successful, 89 per cent know what they want and what they are willing to pay for, and 81 per cent are concerned about the economy.

The Fairmont brand uses a mixture of Willow Stream, Fairmont and outsourced spas. “While Willow Stream is a clear concept it is only available in a minority of the Fairmont Hotels,” said Gibson. “It is important that a strong identity for the Fairmont Group is created irrespective of which ‘spa’ brand is operating the facility. Our first step, therefore, is to create an identity and then to deploy this in the hotels where we currently operate the facilities.”

The big difference between Fairmont and Raffles spas will be that facilities under the Fairmont brand will be designed to create social hubs, to attract the local community. This will be done by offering memberships or allowing local clientele to use the spa as regular guests. “The spa and fitness offerings will be designed to accommodate guests with two sets of changing facilities, one for spa and one for fitness-related activities/ pool,” said Gibson.

“Fairmont guests want results and we believe that our spas should provide treatments that our guests request,” said Gibson. “Technology will therefore be used to improve the skincare and facial programmes. Skincare doctors are also being introduced to some locations to provide specialist backup.”

To differentiate itself further, Fairmont will create spaces for social fitness and has started to rethink the way hotels offer fitness facilities and services. “Very few hotels allow space for functional training, which local clubs are concentrating on because it is seen as the most effective form of exercise,” said Gibson.

FRHI’s Swissôtel properties, however, have an established wellbeing brand, Pürovel Spa and Sport. These properties, located in essential urban spots, are growing at a rapid pace in Asia. The Swissôtel brand’s average consumer is 43 years old, with 43 per cent of consumers are interested in fashion, design and quality – and are willing to pay for it, according to the consumer data.

“We have decided to change the emphasis to Pürovel Sport,” said Gibson. “By this, we aim to provide the best fitness facilities that cater for unmanned services. Self-analysis and a choice of workout styles will be incorporated in the design. The changing rooms will be standard but efficiently-designed with a sauna and steamroom wherever possible. The spa will offer a basic list of 10 treatments, designed primarily for the hotel guest. They will concentrate on massage and utilise the special massage oils made with products from Swiss farms supported by the Pürovel programme.”

“We are also looking closely at how to integrate fitness and wellness into hotel rooms in an innovative way,” said Gibson. “Each hotel will try to add a parkour outdoor programme for guests too.”

Andrew Gibson, VP of spa and wellness at Fairmont Raffles Hotels International (FRHI), has spoken exclusively to Spa Opportunities about the branding for each of the three hotel groups managed by the organisation – Fairmont, Raffles and Swissôtel – and how spa, fitness and wellness will be represented within each.
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