The Spa at Aria has a selection of whirlpools, steam baths, and saunas in both locker rooms, along with several co-ed spaces.
Just off this property’s iconic and ever-changing conservatory lies one of Las Vegas’s most well-programmed spas.
While this Caesars spa features a modern Roman bath complex complete with an Arctic ice room where it actually snows.
The Cosmopolitan's menu of services is enticing, with HydraFacial, Intraceuticals, and NuFace experiences in addition to massages.
At Encore's spa, the light and ethereal aesthetic sets the stage for some decadent relaxation.
As the first newly built spa on The Strip in over a decade, this facility is very well thought out.
This well-known French cosmetic company has a huge number of fans who can't get enough of the brand's phytotherapy-based products.
Clocking in at 134,000 square feet and with over 90 treatment rooms, this is one of the world’s largest spas.
This non-gaming property is a luxe oasis amid the Vegas Strip. Perched on the seventh and eighth floors.
Developed by fine dining chefs, East One's menu features house-made granola, autumnal grain bowls and malted pancakes.