Vegas Hotel Offers Vitamin C Infused Showers & Melatonin Lights
The hotel's ‘Stay Well’ rooms offer a variety of amenities and wellness technologies including aromatherapy and wake-up light therapy.
- 31 january 2013
The MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas has a number of ‘Stay Well’ rooms to help guests maximize their downtime in the city. For $30 more per night than an average room, you can enjoy the various amenities and wellness technologies on offer. The rooms were designed in partnership with wellness real-estate pioneer Delos, the Cleveland Clinic, and Dr. Deepak Chopra.
They feature advanced room lighting that improves guests’ internal clock by assisting in the regulation of melatonin production, wake-up light therapy that increases energy and reverses the effects of jetlag, and LED night lamps.
Dawn simulator alarm clocks gradually awakens the body, an air purification system reduces allergens and toxins to create better air quality, and a photo-catalytic coating breaks down bacteria on surfaces.
The ‘Stay Well’ rooms also include a Vitamin C infused shower that neutralizes chlorine to promote healthy skin and hair, a water filtration system that reduces disinfectant byproducts and pesticides to purify the water, and aromatherapy.
Guests have exclusive access to an in-room education video and wellness software including stress management, sleep and nutrition programs, as well as healthy food and drink options developed by the Cleveland Clinic. You can check out the room in the short video below: