By: Frank Jossi
The “Stay Well” brand of green hotel rooms at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas have been wooing patrons with as much success as the most popular shows on the Strip.
The rooms routinely sell out as guests luxuriate in rooms with air-purification systems, shower in water infused with vitamin C, relax in an aromatherapic space, eat from a nutritional menu approved by the Cleveland Clinic and wake to a dawn simulator clock.
It’s so good that actor and environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio stays at the Stay Well when in Vegas. Brittany Johnson, an interior designer at the Cuningham Group, is a fan, too, and spoke about it and sustainability in the hospitality industry at the IMPACT Conference sponsored in April by the United States Green Building Council’s Minnesota chapter.
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