Indulgence Supreme: Our Favorite Spa Experiences in Las Vegas

Great spa treatments, amenities and relaxation rooms to experience in the city

When you spa in Las Vegas, it's about more than just the treatment—sure, we've got some amazing, one-of-a-kind treatments at our spas, but add in great amenities, and you'll never want to leave. Let relaxation wash over you in these true spa experiences—you'll want to make a day out of it, maybe even a weekend!

Bathhouse at Delano

From mud baths to essential oils to detoxifying and stress-relieving soaks, we love how the Bathhouse comforts us. It also offers the best stone massage in town, and innovative modalities such as the Thai Fusion massage, in which Thai shiatsu and Qi stick rolling techniques offers a truly one-of-a-kind experience.

Canyon Ranch at The Venetian l Palazzo

Your mind might just boggle at the number of classes and services available at this spa club. Dieticians are available to help you make the most of your classes and introduce you to healthy eating basics, and acupuncturists help to balance and adjust your body’s energy. There are also foot and leg therapies and treatments and the Aquavana aqua-thermal oasis, with an igloo, salt grotto, wave room and much, much more. 

Qua at Caesars Palace

With a full complement of amenities such as an entrancing laconium, a crystal body art room and three Roman-style baths, it’s the Arctic Ice room (the only of its kind in the world), in which the snow literally falls from the sky, that puts this spa on the short list of the best in town. It’s also the only spa in the world with official Nobu brand treatments.

Spa Aquae at JW Marriott  

This off-Strip jewel offers the best work-out area in town, as well as a yoga studio, outdoor hydrotherapy pool and wet areas such as a warm float pool, hot and cold plunge and cascading waterfall showers in the locker room. And we could lie under a warm blanket in the relaxation room for hours (and have). 

Spa at Aria

One-of-a-kind amenities await you here. The Shio Salt room, which contains an illuminated wall of Shio wall bricks, helps to relieve allergies and just leave you breathing better in general. Then, meditate under soft lighting on a the Ganbanyoku stone beds. The Spa at Aria also offers the only co-ed balcony in town, with chaise lounges and an infinity-edge pool.

Spa Bellagio 

This spa beckons with our favorite line-up of classes on the Strip. Among its offerings are the TRX Suspension Training, in which you use gravity and your bodyweight to perform a number of different exercises. Its divine aquatic treatments include the Watsu massage, a session that combines Zen Shiatsu and stretching while gently floating in a private 94-degree pool. Pure bliss!

Spa Costa del Sur at South Point

This rejuvenating spa has not only the best water amenities in town, but the best water amenities for couples—when you book your couples treatment, you’re led to a private couples' area, at no extra charge. In addition, the Orange Blossom and Honey Do’s couples treatments both include an indulgent, private soak for two.

Spa at Mandarin Oriental

Surround yourself with the exotic luxury of 1930s Shanghai while treating yourself to a deeply therapeutic experience; the spa offers seven private couples suites, a fitness center and yoga studio and Vitality Pool with panoramic views of Las Vegas.

Spa Mirage 

Small and serene, this spa is appealing for exactly that. Spa staff are friendly and are happy to accommodate whatever requests they can; this personalized service adds that special touch. And, it’s the only place in town you can workout with the Mirage’s dolphins—the classes, on Friday-Sunday, take you inside the Dolphin Habitat, where you lay down your mat in the underwater viewing area.

WELL Spa at Platinum

This intoxicating boutique spa offers one of our favorite couples’ treatments, the Platinum Painting Party, in which you scrub each other’s skin with a body scrub, then paint your partner with detoxifying spa mud, before side-by-side Swedish massages. It’s got the best relaxation room in town, candlelit with sheer curtains; the spa staff waits on you hand and foot.

 

 

Jennifer McKee
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Jennifer is the Managing Editor of Morris Visitor Publications, where she has worked since 2005. She grew up in small...