Las Vegas has no equivalent when it comes to extravagance. Everything is posh, elaborate and over the top. Of course, this is carried over into their spas. The spas in Vegas are huge and flashy just like the city. You will still be swept away in the pampering and relaxation with a wide array of options. Allow yourself to be transported into a relaxed and invigorated state of mind as we take a closer look at the best spas Las Vegas has to offer.
Encore is the most beautiful hotel ever created by Vegas hotelier Steve Wynn, who also built Bellagio and Wynn Las Vegas. The Spa at Encore is truly magnificent. The locker room area is hung with gorgeous fabrics and Venetian glass chandeliers. The menu includes the Encore Escape, which incorporates hot poultices, lomi-lomi, hot stones and a scalp massage. The Spa Encore has a full menu of treatments from the basic fifty minute custom massage, a range of facials, and a 75 minute desert stone massage.
Spa Bellagio was the first uber extravagant spa to open in Vegas, and it still can hold a candle to the rest. The Spa is 55,000 square feet with 56 treatment rooms. The salon is glitzy, but the spa upstairs is quieter and earthier. It’s one of the few places in Vegas where you can get a watsu treatment. Watsu is a very soothing type of massage that takes place in warm, waist-deep water. Its name comes from a combination of the words water and shiatsu. The gentle stretches from the treatment have a therapeutic effect on your body.
Aria Resort & Casino is one of the most refined properties in Las Vegas, with a tasteful Green construction casino, restaurants, and clubs. Its spa is 80,000 square feet, has 62 treatment rooms and two state-of-the-art relaxation rooms which feature heated black mineral stone beds that emit infra-red heat and a salt meditation room with lounge chairs that vibrate to music. It also has spa suites for up to eight; this is perfect for bridal parties. The spa features two floors. The salon is located on the first floor of the hotel. Floor-to-ceiling windows near the salon stations provide natural lighting and views of City Center. In addition to skin care and massage rooms, the spa offers shiatsu, couples’ massage, Thai massage, facials, and hydro-therapy.
Most of us don’t go to Vegas with the best intentions for our bodies and minds. However, after a long night at the club, or a day long spree at the tables, there is no better way to pamper you. They offer the some of the most extravagant spas in the world, and it would be a shame not to treat you.