Soothe away those Las Vegas hangovers, forget about the $900 you lost on roulette, worry no more about the potential disease you caught from the hooker with the funny eye...take in a spa.
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas has one of the most elegant spas in Las Vegas with its simply named, The Spa. The two story center is a somewhat small 27,000 sq ft; by Vegas standards but has plenty to offer. The spa features: 17 treatment rooms, relaxation lounges, steam rooms, a hammam, a Vitality Pool, and much more.
The Venetian Las Vegas is home to the massive 134,000 sq ft Canyon Ranch SpaClub. As you would expect from anything associated with the Venetian, there are standard features and many extravagant extras. Features include: whirlpool, sauna, crystal steam rooms, a wave room, igloo, and salt grotto.
Though the Palms Casino Resort has a reputation as a party hotel, its Drift Spa & Salon offers guests one of the best relaxation areas in the city. Some of the treatments offered are: caramel apple massage, deep pore facials, waxing, espresso scrubs, and much more.
If the cost of your treatment makes it hard to relax then Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa and its, The Spa can help ease your concerns. The 25,000 sq ft spa may cost less than the larger hotels but offers services that are on par with theirs. The spa include: jasmine java espresso wrap, a lap pool, cold plunge pool, jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room.
Caesar’s Palace has one of the largest and most awarded spas in Las Vegas with its Qua Baths & Spa. Due to its size it may take a few trips to truly enjoy all it has to offer with its 51 treatment rooms. The spa offers: an arctic room with snow, facial reflexology, Roman baths, herbal steam room, and much, much more.
Wynn Las Vegas is home to the first spa to win the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star award, its The Spa at Wynn. As with everything at Wynn the spa is among the most luxurious in all of Las Vegas. The spa includes: 45 treatment rooms, hot tub, steam shower, sauna, body polishes, and four-handed massages.
The Spa at Encore; like the Encore at Wynn is to the Wynn Las Vegas, is smaller but just as extravagant. With 37 treatment rooms, it offers many of the same perks in an environment just as elegant. The spa has: a fitness center, salon, sauna, steam room, and more.
Another lavish spa, the Spa & Salon at the
Bellagio Hotel and Casino rivals any in Las Vegas. The spa is over 65,000 sq ft with 56 treatment rooms and a 6,000 sq ft fitness center. It offers: whirlpools, a eucalyptus steam room, sauna as well as a barber shop among other things.
Aria Las Vegas has one of the largest spas in Las Vegas with its, The Spa at Aria. The 80,000 sq ft spa is larger than many other hotels gaming areas. There are 62 treatment rooms offering: Japanese-style heated stone beds, a salt room, outdoor therapy pool, and numerous treatment options.
Four Seasons Las Vegas is home to one of the best spas in Vegas; the simply named, Spa. Though it will cost you more than most other spas, it is worth the extra money. Offerings include: detoxifying mud wraps, vitamin C facials, warm-stone massages, and many more choices.