Delos, the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate, is expanding its Stay Well hotel room portfolio into select Marriott International hotels. Stay Well guest rooms are available at six Marriott properties, including Charlotte Marriott City Center in North Carolina, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Richmond Marriott Short Pump in Virginia, Residence Inn Orlando Lake Nona in Florida, Courtyard Orlando Lake Nona in Florida and Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina in Florida.
“Now more than ever, health and wellness are a top priority in nearly every facet of our lives. The new Stay Well rooms make it feasible for business and leisure travelers alike to easily maintain their healthy lifestyles while away,” said Jim Connelly, senior vice president of operations and owner services at Marriott International.
Delos’ Stay Well guest rooms are the first to offer evidence-based health and wellness features in hotels to help travelers maintain a general sense well-being while traveling. The new Stay Well rooms at Marriott hotels incorporate a myriad of scientifically validated technologies, features and services that are designed to promote health, vitality and happiness. Room amenities include: advanced air purification, dawn simulation, a water filtration system, circadian-rhythm lighting and a supportive mattress.
Through the Stay Well Mobile App, guests residing in Marriott’s Stay Well rooms also enjoy exclusive access to an innovative jet lag tool, as well as sleep, nutrition and stress management programs developed by Cleveland Clinic. Stay Well rooms and suites at Marriott hotels are available for about $30 per night above standard rates. Stay Well amenities can be installed in homes and are available for purchase online.
In 2012, Delos launched Stay Well rooms at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Since then, the company has expanded the program to include a Stay Well Meetings segment that encourages health benefits for meeting groups, which translates to increased productivity, collaboration and creativity.
“The growing demand for healthy travel is rapidly increasing, and we have received a tremendous number of requests to open more Stay Well rooms since first debuting the product in Las Vegas,” said Delos Founder and CEO Paul Scialla. “Marriott is one of the most respected and prestigious hotel companies in the world, and we are thrilled to expand the Stay Well experience into their hotels to help meet their guests’ wellness needs.”