Top Las Vegas Spas of 2018
There are so many places to see and so much to do in Vegas that it can get a little overwhelming, especially if you are visiting the city for the first time. Since stress is common when it comes to trying everything that is happening in Sin City, Vegas offers its patrons great places to relax. Spas in this city have no equal when it comes to extravagance and size.
Following are top 5 spas of 2018 in Las Vegas:
The Spa at Encore
The Spa at Encore combines good taste and opulence and it is truly stunning. The locker room area is hung with Venetian glass chandeliers and rich fabrics. When you walk to the treatment rooms, it feels like a journey into sacred space. Rooms are beautiful garden suites with natural light and a shower. The menu includes “Transforming Rituals”, which incorporates a scalp massage, hot stones, lomi-lomi, and hot poultices. Very relaxing.
Spa Bellagio was one of the first luxurious spas in Las Vegas, and it is still pretty extravagant. With 56 treatment rooms and 55,000 square feet of space, Spa Bellagio offers more than just a massage. It offers an experience. The salon is flashy with its gold accented decor, but the spa is very quiet and relaxing as it is located upstairs, away from the crowds on the main floor. The therapists at Spa Bellagio are uniformly wonderful. You can even get a Watsu treatment here, which is great.
Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace
This lavish spa, like most of its surroundings at Caesars Palace, draws inspiration from ancient Roman decor and traditions. Qua Baths & Spa is a one of a kind experience of serenity and relaxation. This is the only spa in the world that uses officially branded treatments from Nobu. The use of natural light and flowing water throughout the 51 treatment rooms lead to the holistic, retreat-like feel that help this spa stand out from the rest in Las Vegas. The Spa’s 50,000sqft space includes three traditional styled Roman baths, an Artic Ice Room, a Laconium Room, and their popular Tea Room.
Vdara Hotel & Spa
Although there was always a spa in Vdara hotel, but it gained true recognition after the takeover by ESPA. There are a wide variety of services to choose from such as co-ed meditation room, the steam rooms, hot plunge pools, etc. You can avail all these services with the purchase of a day pay. This spa is one of the highest rated spas on the Strip, so expect it to be quite expensive.
The Spa at ARIA
ARIA offers many services to help you relax. The Spa at ARIA covers a total of 80,00 square feet. It spans over two floors of the resort. This spa is the place to be if you are looking to get any kind of spa related services such as facial, massage, etc. You can choose from a private single-person Thai massage, Ashiatsu couples massage, or visit the Vichy room. And if you want to get a vibrant and refreshed skin, then Hydro therapy is also available.