'StayWell' rooms designed to heal hangover in Vegas hotel
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A US-based wellness firm has partnered with a hotel in Las Vegas to redesign 41 of its 5044 rooms into so-called "StayWell" rooms that are equipped with the latest technology, lighting, creature comforts and gadgetry to make you sleep better eat healthier, and promote tranquility and relaxation.
The "StayWell" rooms, which are the result of collaboration between Delos and MGM Grand Hotel, will be ready later this month with a chock full of amenities to promote a healthy and balanced way of living.
The rooms will be cleaned with hypoallergenic products, have special ventilation systems designed to more optimally humidify and purify the air, and will include extra soundproofing to help you sleep better.
Running water in the rooms will be filtered, the Herald Sun reported.
A special vitamin C infused shower is also touted to reduce chlorine content in the shower water, however no conclusion can be drawn on how this ultimately affects your skin after a few days of use.
There are also special antimicrobial coatings on the doorknobs and furniture to help keep you healthy.
Lighting in the hotel room has also been a priority with lighting geared more towards the red spectrum as opposed to the blue spectrum throughout each room.
It is well-known that blue light can suppress melatonin production, which is vital for promoting sleep and relaxation.
Lighting which contains red light can actually increase melatonin production and counteract jet lag or insomnia, not uncommon when you travel.
The bathroom light apparently has higher amounts of blue light in the spectrum to help you wake up as you start your day with more red light in the sleeping area.
There are even apps designed by the Cleveland Clinic that are available to promote healthy eating and cooking and are available to guests for two months after their stay in the hotel.
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