Spas in Las Vegas are second to none. Not only are they glitzy but the staff just go that little bit further to really give you an experience you will remember for a long time.
The Spa at Encore
This is one of the largest and most luxurious spas on the Strip, Spa at Encore is 61,000 square feet with 51 treatment rooms, yet manages to feel intimate. The menu includes a signature Good Luck treatment (always a plus in Vegas) and Ayurvedic therapies, with a team that just know how to go that extra mile.
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The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas
The Spa at Wynn has 45 treatment rooms. Its signature spa treatment is the Good Luck Ritual, an 80-minute long treatment is based on the elements of Feng Shui.1. Like Encore the staff know how to make you feel special.
The Spa at ARIA
This spa has set new records for size, 80,000 square-foot spa, 62 treatment rooms and two innovative new relaxation rooms. With a salt meditation room and an endless list of treatments this place knows how to make you chill.
Spa Bellagio is 55,000 square feet and 54 treatments rooms. One signature treatment is watsu where a therapist cradles you in a special pool of water heated to your body temperature. The hotel is styled after a Tuscan town. Still got it!!
The Spa at Trump
Although the Trump has no casino, The Spa is suitably over-the-top, with diamond, sapphire, ruby and emerald body treatments using the Dubai-based Shiffa line. An afternoon here will make you feel a million dollars!
The spa at Vdara
This is a smaller, quieter spa than the others listed here. 18,000 square foot spa with 11 treatment rooms spread over 2 floors has lots of natural elements that are grounding, including a stone fountain in the relaxation lounge. Facilities include redwood saunas, eucalyptus steam rooms and soaking tubs.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is probably the most intimate, opulent and expensive spa on the Strip, maybe Encore would have something to say about that! The beautiful 27,000 sq. ft. spa on two floors was designed to evoke 1930s Shanghai. It combines intimacy with the latest spa technologies, including experience showers, a stunning hammam, and tile tepidarium chairs that keep your warm while you look out at Vegas. It caters to couples -- seven of its 17 treatment rooms are couples suites, which is quite rare in Vegas.
Canyon Ranch SpaClub At The Venetian & The Palazzo
At 69,000 square feet this is a mega-spa with a European technology like a water circuit called Aquavana, Crystal Steam Rooms, Experiential Rains showers, Finnish Sauna, Herbal Laconium and indoor Igloo. Expect the great massage therapists that Canyon Ranch is known for.
Qua Baths At Caesars Palace
The theme, as you may guess is of ancient Rome, with statuary, fountains and the odd centurion. Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars is 50,000 sq. feet. It features Roman baths, which include hot pools, cold-plunge pools, and an Arctic Ice Room with man-made snow falling from the sky, an original touch!
MGM Grand Spa at MGM Grand Hotel
This 30,000 square foot spa is not as big and showy as some of the newer spas on the Strip, but donít let that put you off! MGM Grand Spa was state of the art and huge when it opened in 1998 and can still hold its own. Also has our favourite hair salon.
Spa Mandalay at Mandalay Bay
Mandalay Bay has an opulent 30,000 sq foot Indian theme spa that specialises in Ayurvedic body treatments like Shirodhara together with more traditional treatments like, Swedish, hot stone, and salt glows.
Paris Spa by Mandara at The Paris
The 25,500 square foot Paris Spa specializes in treatments based on Balinese therapies. In warm weather you can have a massage in one of the cabanas by the hotelís huge rooftop pool. The French caviar facial is a signature treatment here, just donít eat it!!
Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
The Four Seasons spa has 16 treatment rooms, and is so peaceful and quiet. Its specialty is JAMU, a meditative massage that combines Hindu, Chinese and European techniques. This is quality, well it is Four Seasons!!