Las Vegas is home to more than just casinos and hotels. It can be a top destination for rest and rejuvenation, and these four spa resorts are the perfect option for a more relaxing experience, per an article from Toronto Star.
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The Spa at Wynn
The Wynn Spa has revamped treatment rooms with luxurious artwork, including a stainless-steel sculpture by David Harber, a glam chandelier by Hervé Van der Straeten and hallways lined with 28 onyx pillars topped with Murano glass vases.
Signature treatments include the Samadhi Enlightenment, which uses vibrations from handcrafted Himalayan singing bowls and semi-precious stones in a massage.
The Spa at Aria
The Spa at Aria offers several complementary areas to relax before treatment, including a salt-brick room, the Ganban’yoku (Japanese hot stone) beds, a jacuzzi and a cold plunge pool.
Signature services include the gemstone facial—a diamond collagen facial mask and masks for hands and feet.
Awana Spa is located on the Strip inside Resorts World Las Vegas, the most expensive resort property ever built in Las Vegas ($4.3 billion).
Awana Spa also offers many complimentary amenities, including the Fountain of Youth co-ed water area with six connecting pools against a backdrop of icy mountains. The spa also has a heated crystal laconicum, steam rooms and a rain walk.
The Canyon Ranch is located in the Venetian Resort but feels removed from the noise of the Strip. Its common area is a Wave Room with S-shaped chairs, waves projected on the ceiling and ambient sounds.