Crowne Plaza has announced the launch of Business Energiser, a holistic programme of activities to help business travellers stay motivated, focused and on the ball while on the road for work.
Running for a select period during July and August in six Crowne Plaza hotels across Asia, the Middle East and Africa, Business Energiser aims to help both MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) groups and solo business travellers go “from zero to hero” and get the most out of their day, according to a statement from Crowne Plaza.
The programme consists of three key elements: Morning Energiser in-room wake-up guides, Morning Warrior wake-up exercise classes and Meet Aerobics seated chair exercises. Each of these has been designed to help business travellers stay at peak physical and mental efficiency throughout their trips.
As part of its Business Energiser programme, Crowne Plaza Doha - The Business Park started its guests’ days with Morning Warrior exercise classes from August 13. Timed to help guests and club members establish a daily routine and boost wellness and productivity levels, these 30-minute classes are suitable for both fitness fanatics and beginners.
Theresa Sidhu, director of brand management at Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts (Asia, the Middle East and Africa), said: “Our aim is to provide our guests with all the tools that they need to achieve their business goals.”
Samwel Odhiambo, recreation manager at Crowne Plaza Doha - The Business Park, said: “The Business Energiser programme provides our guests with tips and gentle exercises that can be done safely to stay focused throughout the day.”
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