Mgm Grand And Delos Complete Expansion Of Stay Well Experience And Introduce New Stay Well Lounge


In response to guest demand for healthy travel options, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and Delos, the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate, recently completed an expansion of the Stay Well room collection and introduced the new Stay Well Lounge, providing Stay Well guests a sanctuary for private registration and relaxation as well as an elevated level of service throughout their stay.

Encompassing the hotels entire 14th floor, the Stay Well collection now includes 171 rooms and suites, including a breathtaking Skyline Marquee Suite. These unique accommodations include over 20 evidence-based health and wellness features which allow guests to maintain their healthy lifestyle practices while on the road, whether for business or leisure.

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.

With its serene private registration area, the new Stay Well Lounge serves as the starting point for a Stay Well experience. The room, equipped with an air purifier, dawn simulator alarm clock and aromatherapy, 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 including how to reduce the effects of jetlag throughout their Vegas getaway.

Delos Founder Paul Scialla said, Las Vegas and MGM Grand have been a great market for introducing Delos wellness technologies through our Stay Well product. The expansion of the wellness experience beyond the hotel room through our new Stay Well mobile app and lounge check-in is a direct result of the strong appetite for a healthier, wellness-oriented travel experience.

The in-room Stay Well experience features:

  • Stay Well Vitamin C Infused Shower: shower water infused with Vitamin C which neutralizes chlorine to promote healthy hair and skin
  • Stay Well Air Purifier: the most advanced HEPA-standard air purification system reduces allergens, toxins and pathogens, creating better air quality and breathing
  • Water Purification System: reduces disinfectant byproducts, chlorine, pesticides and some pharmaceutical and personal care products for the cleanest, most purified in-room water
  • Warm White Room Lighting: improves the bodys internal clock by assisting in the regulation of melatonin production and sleep/wake cycles
  • Energizing Light Therapy: exposes guests to short periods of blue-shaded lighting to increase energy and reverse the effects of jetlag
  • Stay Well Dawn Simulator: awakens the body gradually
  • Circadian Dimmable Bedside Lighting: natural, warm-glow LED bedside lighting that can be customized to enhance sleep
  • Nightlighting: LED lamps illuminate pathways at night without disturbing melatonin levels
  • Black-Out Shades: supports the rooms jet lag recovery features by fully eliminating outdoor lighting sources to improve sleep quality and duration
  • Healthy Mattress: an all-natural mattress made without harmful VOCs, toxic chemicals and off-gases, which provides posture support and comfort layers to diminish pressure points, reducing tossing and turning
  • Cedar Baseboards: natural properties keep enclosed spaces fresh and dry
  • Aromatherapy Diffuser: optional aroma infusion for Stay Well guests
  • EMF Shielding: protects Stay Well guests from electrical equipment that emanates sleep-disruptive Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
  • WELL Shield: a photo catalytic coating applied to high-touch areas throughout the room and bathroom to break down bacteria, virus and VOCs on bacteria-susceptible surfaces
  • Healthy In-Room Menu: offers a variety of healthy choices, most of which include natural organic ingredients rich in Omega 3 all available 24 hours a day
  • Mini-Bar Amenities: includes yogurt-covered raisins, raw almonds and coconut water, among other healthy items
  • Cleveland Clinic Exclusive Access: wellness software includes stress management, sleep and nutrition programs, as well as access to healthy food/drink options developed by the Cleveland Clinic, which guests can use for up to 60 days after their stay

Stay Well rooms and suites at MGM Grand are available for an upgrade of approximately $30 per night above prevailing rates and can be reserved at mgmgrand.com[1] or by calling 1.800.929.1111.

About MGM Grand

MGM Grand is The Entertainment Authority, creating the ultimate Las Vegas experience. The hotel features the astonishing K by Cirque du Soleil; Brad Garretts Comedy Club; master illusionist David Copperfield and world-class entertainment at the Grand Garden Arena and Hollywood Theatre. MGM Grand offers signature restaurants by celebrity chefs including Tom Colicchios Craftsteak, Michael Minas PUB 1842, Emeril Lagasses New Orleans Fish House, Wolfgang Pucks Bar & Grill and Michelin three star and Forbes Five Star restaurant, Jol Robuchon.The resort recently remodeled all rooms and suites in its main tower and launched the industrys first-ever STAY WELL Collection. MGM Grand is home to many of todays hottest DJs including Tisto, Calvin Harris and Steve Aoki who share residencies between the brand new Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant and Nightclub and WET REPUBLIC, The Strips hottest day life destination. The hotel also features a state-of-the-art, non-smoking Five Green Key conference center, the Grand Spa, Cristophe Salon, CSI: The Experience and an inviting six-acre pool complex. Upscale accommodations include SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, an exclusive boutique luxury hotel within the hotel and The Signature at MGM Grand, a luxury all-suite, non-gaming hotel located adjacent to the main resort.MGM Grand is a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International (MGM[2]). For more information and reservations, visit mgmgrand.com[3] or call toll free at (877) 880-0880 or find us on Facebook[4] and Twitter[5] or follow our blog[6].

About Delos

A U.S.-based real estate developer, Delos pioneered Wellness Real Estate, which incorporates amenities that enhance human health and well-being. In 2012, Delos introduced the WELL Building Standard, the worlds first evidence-based building standard focused on enhancing health and well-being through the built environment. Currently in pilot, the WELL certification is provided through the International WELL Building Institute. Delos designs include an array of innovative, built-in amenities that research suggests may improve occupant well-being including: cardiovascular, respiratory and sleep health, orthopedic health, weight and metabolism management, stress reduction, mood enhancement, cognition and memory enhancement, health literacy and health behavior motivation. More information on Delos and its Advisory Board is available at www.delosliving.com[7].


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    Am I Leading A Healthy Lifestyle? I am 16, about 5’9 and 150 lbs, but I have little to no body fat, thats pretty much all muscle, because I look really skinny, last time I got my body fat measured I was at around 9%. I play basketball for about 1 hour every day, and I also do sprinting workouts for another 30 minutes every day because I am on track.

    My diet is:
    Breakfast: 2 Weetabix w/ milk (Wheat cereal bars)
    Snack: 2 Granola Bars
    Lunch: Turkey Sub with Lettuce and Cheese
    Dinner: Pasta, Risotto, Chicken etc.
    After dinner: 6 Weetabix w/ milk.

    I drink 1 Diet Coke per day, and lots and lots of water.

    Am I leading a healthy lifestyle?
    I also take daily vitamin supplements.
    In addition to my turkey sub i usually have a chicken sandwich with lettuce and cucumber

    and for dinner i usually have like green beans, potatoes or sweetcorn with my main dish.

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      Definitely healthier than most but you may want to adjust your diet a little bit. At 16 you’re still growing so son’t stress too much about fat percentage, you’re obviously on the right track. It’s good to start these habits at your age because as you get older you may not be as active or be able to metabolize foods as quickly.

      First you can substitute the milk with soy milk for less fat and add a fruit to your breakfast.

      Watch the granola bars because they are not as healthy as you think. They are loaded with sugar and preservatives. Try making your own granola which is pretty easy to do, or try loose granola from a health food store.

      Turkey is the best out of processed meats but it is still processed which means lots of nitrates and sodium. If possible try fresh turkey. I would also add fruit to this meal as well. Lettuce does not have any nutritional value unless it is a spring/mescalin mix.

      Pasta and Risotto are both starches so you should watch the intake, especially if you’re worried about carbs. Chicken is usually a safe bet depending on how it is prepared. There are tons of marinades and dry rubs so that you can change it up a bit without having to fry it or dip in sauces.

      Water is great but if possible you should try to eliminate the diet soda. Diet soda is just as bad as regular soda. It may have less fat and/or calories but the sugar substitute used is one of the worst chemicals you can put in your body. Soda rots your teeth and is just an all around bad thing. Obviously one can is not the worst thing, many soda drinkers have at least a few cup/cans a day but still if you can cut it out you should.

      What’s with the Weetabix? Try new things so you don’t fall into a diet rut. Try other wheat/grain products, there are a lot out there these days. And again, I suggest fruit.

      Good luck, I’m going to grab some lunch!

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    I Want To Start Living A Healthier Lifestyle? I want to be healthier but I don’t want salads for every meal. What other foods are good to eat and what are bad?

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      A good healthy diet high in fiber, lean meats, eggs, complex carbohydrates, whole grains, antioxidant foods, healthy beverages and low in added sugar and salt help people lose weight, lower cholesterol, increase energy, improve brain function, lower blood pressure, reduce cancer risk and have a more positive lifestyle!
      You need to eat a lot more food and a lot more fiber!
      Diets that exclude foods from any food group are fad diets and do not lead to permanent weight loss or solve any other health issues.
      First, try to kick your fiber intake to 40 grams of both soluble and insoluble fiber.
      Whatever you do, get your fiber from your food, not from a jar.
      Fruits and vegetables have good fiber in them. A high fiber diet increases the metabolism.
      Try a breakfast cereal with at least 20% of recommended daily allowance of fiber in it. They are usually low in sugar so there is a double benefit. Blueberries or raspberries on top add more fiber and antioxidants. But fresh or frozen, not the kind in syrup. Oatmeal with berries or a bit of fresh honey is also good.
      Raw nuts are a great source of fiber, healthy fats, and antioxidants. Avocados are the best.
      Lots of beans, peas, and grains are high fiber. Whole grain breads. Fiber kicks up the metabolism so you actually burn more calories. These foods will give you more gas in the beginning but if eaten daily, the bacteria in the digestive tract will elevate lowering the gas output.
      This will get you on the path for a healthy daily bowel movement. This helps clean the system and aids healthy digestion. A high fiber diet reduces transit time – the amount of time it takes food from when it is eaten to when it is expelled. This reduces toxicity in the system both from internally produced, ingested, and external toxins.
      Next, take an age appropriate basic daily multivitamin. Don’t look at your multivitamin as nutrition but more as an insurance policy. Think of it as filling in the gaps in your daily diet as opposed to a primary source of nutrients.
      You have to drink lots of water to be healthy. But you can disguise it. Fill your glass all the way full with ice before pouring low sugar beverages. Try iced green tea with a splash of orange juice in it for sweet. More antioxidants. Add lemon juice to water for flavor. Slice up a cucumber and float it in pitcher of water. Gives it salty fresh taste. But you must drink up to 100 oz of water daily to help your body get rid of waste and the natural toxins.
      Last, you need to get 8-9 hours of quality sleep depending on your age. All recent sleep studies report a connection between poor sleep patterns, weight gain, and lots of other health issues. This includes going to bed as close to the same time every night including weekends. Most of us stay up late Friday and Saturday night and it throws us off.
      You must combine a healthy diet with exercise to multiply the benefit. Whether an hour a day in the weight room or just a 30 minute brisk walk every day, the added benefit of a regular exercise program really do increase and accelerate overall health.

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