How to Relax, Vegas-style
Las Vegas is a 24-hour city, known for its nonstop excitement and over-the-top glitz—but even the hardest partier needs to unwind. And, Vegas being Vegas, even its spas take relax to the max. Think diamond-dust facials, snakeskin pedicures, snow treatments in the desert. Whatever you’re looking for in Vegas, there’s a spa for every personality.
The Vitality Pool at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas.
The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas sprinkles a little diamond dust across its line of luxe treatments created by Natura Bissé—from a facial that evens out skin tone to a magnetic lift body treatment.
Go for the Exotic
Are animal skins your thing? When a normal pedicure just isn’t enough, head to Vdara Hotel & Spa for a snakeskin pedicure done with actual snakeskin. PETA will be happy to hear that there’s also a faux version.
Travel the World
The Nobu Hotel Nagomi Ritual at Caesars Palace starts with a floral foot bath and moves on to a blend of Thai, Balinese, and Shiatsu massage before ending with a Carboxitherapy facial to fight the effects of aging.
A facial at the MGM Grand.
Bring the Spa to Your Room
At the MGM Grand, the new Stay Well hotel rooms let you continue the experience even when you’re not in the spa. Using wellness techniques from the Cleveland Clinic and Deepak Chopra, the rooms offer Vitamin C showers, air purification, aromatherapy diffusers, and a menu of healthy food designed by nutritionists. And if you feel like getting up after a night on the town, a dawn simulator alarm clock uses increasing levels of sound and light for a gentle awakening.
Spa days usually bring to mind salads and smoothies, foot soaks and hand massages—but at Canyon Ranch at The Venetian, you can get fit with cardio equipment and weight rooms, Pilates, yoga and dance studios, even a 40-foot-high indoor rock-climbing wall.
An Energy Treatment at Canyon Ranch at The Venetian.