In celebration of Global Running Day, Westin Hotels & Resorts has unveiled a new worldwide culinary program, elevating its wellness offerings and helping travelers fuel their workouts, productivity and sleep through food.
This new culinary offering takes prior programs to the next level, empowering choice through delicious options that suit guests’ individual dietary needs and preferences.
Westin will also implement responsibly sourced, and organic items wherever possible. The new menu will be available at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and through in-room dining.
Additionally, on Global Running Day, celebrity chef and wellness expert Dan Churchill will join Westin in New York City to launch his Ancient Grain Power Bowl, crafted specially for Westin.
The bowl features quinoa, amaranth and coconut milk with house-made peanut butter and strawberry chia seed jam and is topped with walnuts.
The dish will be available at seven select properties (Westin Denver Downtown, The Westin Nashville, The Westin Bayshore Vancouver, The Westin at the Woodlands, The Westin Edina Galleria, The Westin Cape Coral, and the Westin Sarasota), now through June 30.
Today, Westin boasts more than 225 Run Concierges around the world, who host group runs and encourage runners of all levels to grab a runWESTIN map and explore their destination.
Guests can also tap into the run concierge network for TRX training in WestinWORKOUT fitness studios.
To learn more about Westin and its culinary offerings visit www.Westin.com/eatwell