Heed your health at a crop of hotels where fitness — both of body and mind — is the focus. How refreshing.When 55 percent of travelers surveyed said they opted not to use the standard treadmills-shoved-in-broom-closets, Westin hotels began installing health club-worthy fitness centers with “cardio theater” screens on each treadmill, bike, stepper, et al, plus workouts designed by Reebok trainers. Look for them in New York, Philadelphia, Seattle, and 73 other locations by year’s end. (800) 228-3000, www.westin.com
Rooms at the 38 links in the Kimpton hotel chain come equipped with a yoga mat, block, and strap, as well as a yoga channel on the TV. (800) 546-7866, www.kimptongroup.com
Guests at New York’s The Regency can stress less with two free hour-long meditation sessions. (212) 759-4100, www.loewshotels.com
In Scottsdale at The Phoenician, instructors lead guests through “Nature’s Gym,” a 75-minute circuit around the property that includes pull-ups on Palo Verde trees and bicep curls using Camelback Mountain granite (480-941-8200, www.thephoenician.com). On the opposite side of the peak, Sanctuary on Camelback’s “All-Terrain Trainer” offers adventure tours that include rock climbing, mountain biking, and canyoneering (800-245-2051, www.sanctuaryoncamelback.com).