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Health and Wellness Tourism in the US PDF Print E-mail
Written by Euromonitor   
22 Aug 2013

Health and wellness tourism experienced a year of positive growth in 2012, with both medical tourism and spas (hotel/resort and destination) making gains. Hotel/resort spas accounted for two-thirds of total spa revenue, with destination spas accounting for only 4%. Other spas – including spas located on cruise ships and traditional mineral spas – accounted for 30% of total spa revenues.

Day spas – the core of the US personal care service industry - are excluded from Euromonitor International’s travel and tourism definitions.


Health and wellness tourism is anticipated a constant value CAGR of 3% over the forecast period, reaching sales of US$13.1 billion in 2017. An additional 444,000 hotel/resort spa outlets are expected over the five-year period as hotel operators seek to drive value through inclusive spa experiences as a broader part of wellness-focused growth agendas.

The Health and Wellness Tourism in USA market research report includes:

·         Analysis of key supply-side and demand trends
·         Historic volumes and values
·         Five year forecasts of market trends and market growth 
·         Robust and transparent market research methodology, conducted in-country

Our market research reports answer questions such as:

·         What is the market size of Health and Wellness Tourism in USA
·         Are hotel/resort spas outperforming destination spas?
·         Do domestic spa visitors outweigh international spa arrivals?
·         What is the rate of hotel/resort spa outlet development?


Republished with permission from Euromonitor Market Research Blog, originally posted on August 2013

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