Top Ten

Spas in Las Vegas

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Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

While Las Vegas’ motto is “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” The Cosmopolitan’s is “explore the unexpected”—and the unexpected awaits. This hotel mirrors Las Vegas’ playful attitude with a sense of chic sophistication, a vibe that lingers to its desert-inspired Sahra Spa & Hammam, designed with over 420 tons of sandstone in reference to Nevada’s Red Rock Canyon.

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The Spa at Trump at Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

It’s no surprise that the king of real estate would continue his empire with a 64-story hotel skyscraper in Las Vegas, but Donald Trump must be a bit spa business-savvy as well. The hotel’s Spa at Trump, like its NYC counterpart, is designed to represent pure indulgence.

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Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Venetian at The Palazzo

A visit to Canyon Ranch SpaClub will most likely leave you awed. It’s ample size alone (134,000 square feet) is huge to take in, followed by its 120-plus menu of activities and treatments—once you’re done gaping, you’ll discover a 40-foot indoor rock climbing wall in the fitness center (one of the city’s largest) and the signature Aquavana® water therapy complex that awaits pre- or post-treatment.

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Spa & Salon Vdara at Vdara Hotel & Spa

On the spa's find the reception area, fitness center, salon, boutique, and smoothie bar; on the second, discover treatment areas,  meditation and relaxation lounges, soaking tubs, and circular waterfalls. The first Las Vegas spa to join the Green Spa Network, Spa & Salon Vdara uses organic or wild-crafted, paraben-free products in all services, some of which can be taken outdoors in poolside cabanas.

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The Spa & Salon at ARIA at ARIA Resort & Casino

Bedecked in salt, stone, earth, fire, and water, The Spa & Salon at ARIA is a two-level, 62-treatment-room retreat for introspection and relaxation. While interiors remain rooted in nature (for example, treatment rooms are made from soil), the spa boasts progressive fixtures: highlights include the Shio Salt Room; a relaxation area with ganbanyoku stone beds; Las Vegas’ first co-ed spa balcony with an alfresco infinity-edge pool resembling a rotenburo (Japanese open-air hot bath); and three suites evoking the “spa-within-a-spa” concept.

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6

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Travel back to ancient Rome at Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace, where communal spa-ing is taken to another level. Socialize with your BFFs while dipping into one of three serene bath pools, sweating it out in the laconium sauna, refreshing in the arctic ice room, or relaxing in the tea lounge—an in-house sommelier is there to pair teas with your particular spa treatment.

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The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

Although relaxation lounges overlook Las Vegas Boulevard, you couldn’t feel further away from the hustle and bustle, due in large part to a Shanghai 1930s design fused with dark wood and natural stone details. Find respite in the heat circuits—totaling a dry-wedge wood sauna, steam room, laconium, vitality pools, ice fountains, and showers—or with a class in the yoga studio.

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Bathhouse at THEhotel at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino

We find Bathhouse at THEhotel, a 43-story boutique property set within the Mandalay Bay complex, to be one of the hippest spas on the Las Vegas Strip, with a sleek, minimal design of dark stone, suede, and trickling water, plus, a menu of refreshing treatments. .

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MGM Grand Spa & Health Club at MGM Hotel and Casino

While we love the spa, what catches our eye are the hotel’s Stay Well rooms. Health-conscious travelers recharge in these accommodations with program-tailored menus for the mini bar, room service, and spa; wake-up light therapy; Vitamin C shower infusions; and aromatherapy.

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10

Encore Spa at Wynn Las Vegas & Encore Resort

The Forbes Five Star-awarded Encore Spa is a sight to behold. Its opulent design is overwhelming to say the least, rivaled only by its naturally lit garden villas. On the menu?  Services like the Good Luck Ritual (80/100 mins; $280/$375), a four-step combination of fusion massage, peppermint foot treatment, moisturizing hand therapy, and scalp treatment to encourage happiness, luck, and prosperity.

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