Living in luxury in Las Vegas just got even better for those who frequent the MGM Grand, thanks to the hotel’s new Stay Well accommodations.
MGM Grand is doing everything they can with the new rooms to make sure that you are perfectly well rested, so the pain of blowing a whole paycheck at a blackjack table can set in with full force. The rooms were designed by Delos, a real-estate company, with input from the Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Deepak Chopra.
Lighting is one of the key ways the rooms get you well-rested. The lighting is tailored to increase melatonin production, with intermittent blue-shaded lighting to help fight the effects of jet lag. LED nightlights create pathways through the room without disturbing melatonin levels at night, and alarm clocks with lights that simulate dawn can be found in each room.
Shower time will be cleaner and more pleasant, thanks to vitamin C-infused water. Your drinking water will come from a state-of-the-art filtration system, and the air you breathe will first go through a HEPA air purifier. Photo-catalytic coating kills bacteria and viruses on surfaces like tables and doorknobs. The room even kills electronic threats, disrupting electromagnetic frequencies that can disturb sleep cycles. If you can’t get a good night’s sleep in one of these rooms, it might be time to see a doctor.
You’ll also get 60 days worth of free advice from the Cleveland Clinic about stress reduction, sleep, and food and drink, which you can access after you check out. A video made by Dr. Chopra about health and wellness can also be viewed in the room.
So much for casinos, shows, and clubs – these rooms sound like worthy attractions all by themselves. Just a week of sleeping in a Stay Well room sounds like it would do years worth of good. So, how much will a stay in the sleep house run you? A petite king room with Stay Well accommodations costs $85 per night – not too bad at all.