Wellness Travel Hits the Las Vegas Strip

Wellness Travel Hits the Las Vegas Strip

MGM Grand has expanded its Stay Well program, offering more than 170 rooms and a new lounge for guests interested in wellness travel By: Monica Poling
<p>The new Stay Well suites at MGM Grand feature Vitamin C infused showers. // © 2014 MGM Resorts International</p><div></div>

The new Stay Well suites at MGM Grand feature Vitamin C infused showers. // © 2014 MGM Resorts International


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MGM Grand Hotel & Casino (www.mgmgrand.com)

It seems that everyone’s talking about wellness travel these days. The trend is so popular it has even made its way to Las Vegas, a city that’s known for everything but healthy living.

MGM Grand Hotel & Casino pioneered the city’s new trend in October 2012, when it launched Stay Well rooms in conjunction with Delos, the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate. 

In response to growing demand, MGM Grand has recently quadrupled the number of Stay Well rooms. Encompassing the hotel’s entire 14th floor, the Stay Well collection is now made up of 171 rooms and suites, including the Skyline Marquee Suite. 

“We introduced Delos’ Stay Well concept in response to guest feedback as well as current trends we were seeing in healthy travel,” said Scott Sibella, president and COO of MGM Grand. “We knew the product would be a welcomed addition in this market, and are thrilled at how quickly word has spread about how you can have the Vegas experience without giving up your commitment to healthy living.” 

The Stay Well experience features more than 20 health and wellness elements including: Vitamin C shower infusions, Stay Well air purification systems, advanced room lighting optimized black-out shades, a dedicated in-room menu and special mini-bar items. 

MGM Grand recently added to its wellness offerings with the launch of the new Stay Well Lounge, providing Stay Well guests a private registration area. 

The new Stay Well Lounge is equipped with an air purifier, dawn simulator alarm clock and aromatherapy, and allows guests to begin their wellness journey the moment they check in. An iPad kiosk within the lounge features the new Stay Well mobile app designed to assist guests with a variety of wellness recommendations throughout their Vegas getaway including how to reduce the effects of jetlag. 

Stay Well rooms and suites at MGM Grand are available for a $30 per night upgrade.

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