Wellbeing and travel have one thing in common: their success is largely dependent on striking the right balance. The balance between work and pleasure, relaxation and exercise, being open-minded and being in-tune with your personal needs, exploring the world and exploring your inner self…
Ever keen to help you maintain that balance, even thousands of miles from home, at Pullman Hotels & Resorts, we do everything we can to place wellbeing at the heart of your stay. How? By giving you the freedom to stay on top of your fitness regime from the comfort of your hotel. Or the opportunity to soak up some sound advice at our ‘Pullman Pulse’ trend talks, such as from journalist Rowland Manthorpe, who shares his thoughts over the course of the coming pages on keeping a cool head in today’s hyper-connected world.
Once again this year, Pullman has inaugurated over fourteen hotels across all five continents, and is now flying the flag in several new locations including Sydney, Kinshasa, Phuket and Cuba. Every single address was subtly designed with a view to striking a harmonious balance between relaxation and technology, providing a design-conscious yet welcoming setting that would simultaneously offer local and international artists a platform for their work. For instance, this is the case of artist Raphael Hefti whose volcanic artistic performance marked the opening of the Pullman Liverpool where his work is now on display. He looks set to be in very good company too, with Pullman having recently launched "Artist Playground", a global Art Corner Concept, promising a whole host of exciting exhibitions sure to delight art novices and connoisseurs alike.
Sounds like the recipe for happiness, don’t you think?