Stay Fit While Travelling – Hotels that Offer Better, Healthier Foods


We often pick a hotel based on the fact that whether that accommodation offers a fully equipped gymnasium or not. But is that enough? Can exercising for 40-50 minutes alone will ensure that you’ll not pile-on weight and become unhealthy while travelling? Sorry to burst your bubble, but that’s not possible! You need to make sure that you are following a healthy diet in order to stay healthy, in any given scenario and especially when you travel, because when you are in a different city/country you are tempted to try the local delicacies.

But the good news is, more and more hotels in all parts of the world are now reinventing their menus in order to provide their guests with healthier food items. Some of the biggest hotel chains from across the world are now offering much more elaborative restaurant menus, full of nutritious preparations. So now you can say b-bye to dieting or unhealthy snacking while you are on a business trip or a family vacation to cities like London, Paris and New York.

You can totally avoid foods with high cholesterol content or processed foods with trans-fat in it, if you have opted to stay at a hotel whose restaurant menu offers healthy food preparations. These hotels have understood that their guests want to eat wholesome, well-balanced meals instead of unhealthy, processed food items. There are many hotels which are now utilizing organic/locally produced vegetables, spices and legumes on daily basis. Chefs at these internationally acclaimed hotels are more than happy to accept the challenge of creating healthier food items which are not bland or uninteresting at the same time.

Two hotel chains which are religiously following the trend include names like – Hotel Hyatt Paris Madeleine and the Hotel Trump Soho, New York. Instead of staying at these luxury hotels, which are quite expensive, you can also opt for a bed and breakfast or an independent hotel whose menu includes healthy food items. And if that doesn’t suit you either, you can book a self catering accommodation where you can cook your own meals, the way you want.