"We learned that it was hard for them to keep that balance when they travel, and they fall off the wagon," Glickman said. "We wanted them to feel good at the hotel, and when they leave, feel better than when they had gotten there." Built from a gutted Four Points by Sheraton hotel, the Norwalk Even hotel was designed for travelers to keep that balance across all aspects of the stay: free flavor-infused waters available at check-in and in the lobby at all times, video and live spin classes offered as part of the hotel's extensive fitness center and healthy menus—even the cocktail listings include options with kale juice. In-room fitness also is a brand hallmark. While other brands have had in-room fitness options—Kimpton Hotels, for example, has in-room yoga services—Even Hotels have ample in-room workout space, equipment including exercise balls and resistance bands and several channels that play nonstop, brief workout routines with which guests can follow along. Get the full story at Business Travel News