Thursday, January 29, 2015

Doctor's Borders

MGM Grand's new "Stay Well" suites


From a roving bus outfitted with vitamin-packed IVs to a Hunter S. Thompson white breakfast, people will do just about anything to fight a hangover in Vegas.
Now all you've gotta do is book a room at one of MGM Grand’s new “Stay Well” rooms, designed in coordination with none other than Dr. Deepak Chopra himself.
Outfitted with vitamin C-infused showers, hypoallergenic beds, and in-room aromatherapy, these rooms go to great lengths to keep your downtime to a minimum.
It starts with advanced room lighting that assists in the regulation of melatonin levels to help you sleep better, along with “dawn simulator” alarm clocks that will have you waking to a gentle morning dawn any hour of the day.
If that’s not enough, there’s “wake-up light therapy” (short bursts of blue lighting to increase energy and fight jet lag and/or hangovers) plus an allergy-friendly cleaning process.
And why watch porn when you could watch your very own in-room wellness channel?
Actually, nevermind on that one. Turns out we had a slightly different concept of wellness in mind.

Stay Well
at MGM Grand, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., The Strip
(877) 880-0880

Price: $225 and up here
Nearby: New York New York; Excalibur; Monte Carlo

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