Las Vegas Spa Guide
Las Vegas can feel more like an experience than just simply a city.
If you have ever spent a full day in Las Vegas partaking in many of the cities numerous activities, you know the toll that a full day in Sin City takes on you and your body. From the extensive walking from casino to casino along the Strip to the overall tired feeling that comes from basking in the sun for too long, Las Vegas can feel more like an experience than just simply a city. To help its visitors to recover and survive an entire weekend of partying, many hotels and resorts along Las Vegas Boulevard are home to five star spas. While these spas help to keep that tired look at bay, they also rejuvenate a person just as well as a full days rest.
Like every other service to be found in Las Vegas, there is no shortage of spas to be found. While each location offers the same basic services, some go above and beyond in both style and amenities. While some focus on perfecting full body massages, others rely on the use of therapeutic herbs to create the perfect aura to relax in. If you find yourself stuck as to which spa you should allow to cater to you, there are a few that are a necessity to experience during your vacation.
If you’re going to go for the best of the best in Las Vegas, the spa of choice for you and your exhausted girls can be found at the Venetian and Palazzo hotels. The Canyon Ranch Spa Club is home to one of the most pleasant experiences you’ll come across in Sin City. Fully equipped with an unrivaled fitness room - which comes with it’s own climbing wall - and home to luxurious amenities like a full-service salon, the Canyon Ranch Spa Club is the largest spa to be found in Las Vegas. A whirlpool, steam room, sauna, and a lounge for you and your guests to relax in round off what would surely be the perfect day of relaxation.
The Qua Baths and Spa over at Caesar’s Palace takes a little bit of grecian decor and enhances the spa experience with Roman baths, an ice room, and a tea lounge. Therapeutic herbs are filtered in through the steam room, creating a relaxing (yet sweat-filled) atmosphere. If you need a little oomph behind your spa trip, multi-jet jacuzzi tubs create the perfect experience of hydrotherapy.
Though it may not be the first thing you think of when choosing your spa, but how the location is decorated may help you to relax. At the Paris Spa in the Paris Hotel, artwork from around the globe decorates the walls of this 26,000 square-foot European-inspired spa. The vibrant colors of the world-class art will open your senses up enough for you fully appreciate the blissfulness behind the likes of the eucalyptus steam room and the Mandara stone massage.
Spas are about as plentiful as casinos are in Las Vegas. There’s a pretty good chance that no matter where you end up spending your vacation, there will be a spa just a stone throw away. From the far end of the Strip by Mandalay Bay’s Spa Mandalay all the way down to the Roni Josef Salon and Day Spa at the Stratosphere, there are more than two dozen spas to choose from. Even off the strip locations like the Green Valley Ranch and the South Point casino are home to noteworthy spas.