A poll of 2,000 adults who travel found seven in 10 focus on their well-being when abroad – with walking (61 per cent), reading a book (50 per cent) and exercising (33 per cent) high on the list of holiday activities.
And while 24 per cent simply maintain their usual good habits while away from home, 50 per cent use a trip away as the perfect time to start a new self-care routine.
When it comes to taking part in fitness activities, 37 per cent would choose this over enjoying a cocktail and 31 per cent would turn down relaxing on a sunbed in favour of being active.
The research was commissioned by Hilton, which has expanded its partnership with Peloton offering its bikes to hotels across the UK, Germany and Puerto Rico, and participating properties in Canada.
Amanda Al-Masri, vice president of wellness at the hotel brand, said: “Wellness can be an influential factor when it comes to holiday choices for some travellers – even when people are away, they don’t want to break their routine or healthy habits.
“Expanding our industry-first partnership with Peloton allows us to offer an elevated wellness experience, whether guests are starting a fitness routine or are looking to maintain the habits they keep at home.”
The study also found that to ensure a self-care routine is maintained away from home, 30 per cent always make a list of priorities beforehand while 29 per cent set time aside each day during their stay.
Nearly three in 10 (28 per cent) only focus on the smaller habits, 25 per cent set boundaries to help them make more mindful choices and 22 per cent set a daily to-do list.
But 47 per cent find being away from home allows them more time to focus on their mental and physical wellness.
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