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Want a healthy stay in Vegas? Three options to keep you on track

Erase bad decisions in Las Vegas with a healthy room, workout and spa treatment

Las Vegas was meant for bad habits:partying all night, drinking until dawn, eating loads of good food.

Sure, you can do all those things, but these three options will help you also get a good sleep, stay faithful to your workout routine and even knock some of those toxins out of your system, all while having fun in Sin City.

Stay Healthy

Make travel a bit healthier by staying in a Stay Well room at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. The shower comes infused with vitamin C, wake-up light therapy helps you get over your jet lag and black-out shades ensure a completely dark night (or day) of sleep.

The minibar even comes with healthier options such as yogurt-covered raisins and coconut water.

Info: MGM Grand, (702) 891-7668

Workout

No excuses for skipping your workout while on vacation.Practice sun salutations with Yoga in the Plaza at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. The hourlong class on Saturdays suits all skill levels and it’s free.

Need to rev up your engine a bit more? Try the Indoor Hike at Aria Hotel & Casino that takes you around the fine art collection at the resort with exercises done at each exhibit. This class works your mind and body.

Info: Monte Carlo, (702) 730-7590

Info: Aria, (702) 590-9600

Rejuvenate

Out with the old and in with the new. Detoxify with the Antidote, a body mask and facial at the Rio Spa & Salon at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. While you lie down wrapped in a warm French green clay, a facial purifies your skin. Away goes that puffiness and fatigue.

Info: Rio Spa & Salon, (702) 777-7779

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