Robb Report Health & Wellness Summit 2016 – FAQ
Bringing Children to the Summit
Are children of all ages welcome at the Robb Report Health & Wellness Summit?
Yes. We encourage guests to bring their families.
Is there programming for children under 13?
Yes. The Montage offers a Paintbox program for children ages 5 to 12.
What kind of programming will there be for teens?
There is no programming geared specifically for teenagers, but all children over 13 are welcome to attend the talks as well as the wellness activities. The Montage also offers additional activities during the day that might appeal to teens, such as archery, arcade games, mountain biking, and bowling in a private bowling alley.
Can my children attend the meals?
Children 13 and over are welcome to attend all group meals. Both Friday and Saturday, the Montage provides an evening extended Paintbox program for children 12 and under that includes special movie and bowling nights as well as dinner.
What is the fee for an adult child (18 and over) staying in our room with us?
The fee is $750 for the whole weekend per adult child if there is no additional room. This covers all programming as well as meals. For a second room, the fee is $1,800 for the entire stay for one adult child, plus an additional $750 per additional guest in that room.
Can children participate in the wellness activities?
Children 13 and over are welcome to participate in all of the wellness activities with the exception of the culinary master class, which has a limited enrollment, and the wine tasting for any children under 21.
What are the rates for bringing children 12 and under to the event?
$500 per child 12 and under for the entire weekend if they are sharing your room. This includes Montage’s Paintbox programming and meals.
If we want to get a second room for our children ages 12 and under, what are the costs?
$1,500 includes the second room and Paintbox programming for one child for the entire event. For a second child staying in the additional room, the cost would be $500.
Is the weekend all inclusive?
The cost of the weekend covers three nights’ lodging, all the morning talks, all the wellness activities, and all group meals.
What is the best way to get from the Salt Lake City airport to Deer Valley?
The resort is 40 minutes from Salt Lake City. Renting a car or booking a car service are the best options.
Is there a car service you recommend?
Premier Transportation has been reliable and has reasonable rates. Use Group Name Health & Wellness Summit 2016 and Group #11586 when booking. Please contact them at 435.640.3144, ext. 2.
Does the Montage Deer Valley have an airport shuttle?
No. We recommend booking a car service through Premier Transportation. Use Group Name Health & Wellness Summit 2016 and Group #11586 when booking. Please contact them at 435.640.3144, ext. 2.
Check-In and Checkout
What time does the event begin on Thursday?
The welcome reception begins at 6:30 pm.
What time is check-in on Thursday?
From 2 to 4 pm.
What time is checkout on Sunday?
Noon to 1 pm.
How much free time is there in the weekend schedule?
Guests have all afternoon for free time. Generally, physician-led sessions will take place in the mornings, before lunch. After lunch, wellness activities are scheduled. Guests can opt to attend the activities or go relax by the pool or just be on their own.
Are all the physician-led sessions mandatory?
No sessions are mandatory, but we hope you will enjoy the chance to hear these experts.
Are the wellness activity sessions mandatory?
Not at all.
Can we arrange a group activity just for our family?
Yes. The best way to do that will be through the Montage concierge. You can contact them at 435.604.1300.
Are spa treatments included in the price?
Spa treatments are not included.
How do I book a spa treatment in advance?
Please call the spa directly at 435.604.1400.
What is the best time of day during the weekend to book spa treatments so that we don’t miss any of the talks?
Booking after 2 pm will ensure that you do not miss the physician-led sessions or lunch.
Must we attend the group dinners, or can we dine at one of the restaurants at the Montage or elsewhere?
Only the group meals are covered by your fee. Meals include the chance to get to know the experts at the event, but guests are free to dine elsewhere if they so desire.
Are the meals all vegetarian?
No. The gourmet meals include choices for both omnivores and herbivores.
Are the meals considered diet meals or calorie restricted?
No. While healthier choices are presented, the cuisine is gourmet and plentiful.
If I am a vegetarian, will there be choices for me?
Yes. Please indicate your preference during your registration process.
Will there be wine or cocktails served?
Yes. Expect some exquisite wines to be poured and some superb cocktails.
Can you accommodate food allergies?
Yes. Please indicate your specific allergy during your registration process.
What is the altitude at the resort?
The altitude is about 8,300 feet.
What is the climate like at that time of year?
Days can be hot, and the nights may be cool enough to wear a jacket. The air is very dry, so be sure to drink a lot of water during the event and even before attending if you are coming from sea level.
Do I need to bring warm clothing?
A wrap or fleece for the evenings might be necessary.
What is the dress code during the day?
Casual resort wear or fitness clothing.
What is the recommended attire for the evenings?
Cocktail attire for Thursday and Saturday nights, more casual apparel for Friday night’s barbecue and outdoor movie.
Do I need sunscreen?
Yes. Many wellness activities will take place outside. Some meals are taken out on the patio, and while there are umbrellas, the sun can still be fierce in the mountains during the summer.
What essentials should I pack?
Sunscreen, a hat, athletic shoes with a good tread if you intend to go on some of the hikes, athletic clothing, swimwear, evening wear.
Can I wear my workout clothes during the physician-led sessions?
How dressy is the welcome reception and dinner on Thursday night?
Cocktail attire is fine. Men may wear a sport coat, but it isn’t essential.
How formal is the final dinner on Saturday night?
Elegant resort wear or cocktail attire.
Will I need a jacket for the barbecue dinner and the outdoor movie?
While there will be heat lamps for the movie, it does get chilly in the evenings, so a light jacket may be a good idea.
$4,900 per couple, $4,000 single
- Deluxe hotel accommodations for July 14, 15 and 16 at the Montage Deer Valley
- All scheduled meals and entertainment (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
- All morning sessions with world renowned physicians and wellness experts
- All early morning and afternoon wellness activities (excludes spa appointments, fly-fishing, and golf)
Note: Travel to and from the Montage Deer Valley is not included.
Day & Weekend Resident Rates Available
- 4 Day Rate: $1,800 single | Registration Code: RRRSDS16
- 3 Day Rate: $1,550 single | Registration Code: RRRSD3DAY
- 2 Day Rate: $1,300 single | Registration Code: RRRSD2DAY
- 1 Day Rate: $650 single | Registration Code: RRRSD1DAY
Note: Does not include hotel accommodations
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Top 15 Reasons to Attend the Robb Report Health & Wellness Summit this July
- Five-star accommodations and service
- A world-class 35,000-square-foot spa
- A chance to cook with one of the best chefs in the country, celebrity chef David Bouley
- Golf on a scenic course with panoramic mountain views
- Haute cuisine at every meal
- An opportunity to rub elbows with world-renowned health experts
- Exquisite wines
- Test-drives of supercars on exhilarating mountain roads
- Virtual reality through Patrón’s lens
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- Training with an Olympic athlete—or just watching other people train from the comfort of your poolside chaise
- Being the first to screen a new movie at our outdoor theater
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