10 Of The Best Spa Hotels In Las Vegas
When you hear “Las Vegas,” you probably don’t think “relaxing” or “best spa hotels.” After all, a short stay in Sin City means running between tours, casinos, and shows before flying home exhausted. But here at Travel Gay Vegas, we believe that you can embrace the chaos of Las Vegas without leaving in a tired heap.
With that in mind, we’ve come up with a list of 10 of the best spa hotels in Las Vegas. Our picks are based on a lot of factors including size, reputation, and originality of treatments. We also considered the comfort and design of the facilities and the quality of service.
So if you’re in need of some R & R, keep reading to find the hotels with the best spas in Vegas.
1. The Waldorf Astoria
The former Mandarin Oriental property features a 27,000-square-foot, two-story spa. While small for Vegas standards, it’s still one of the city’s most luxurious relaxation spots.
Enjoy a variety of treatments and massages in one of the 16 treatment rooms (9 for singles and 7 for couples). Choose a classic deep tissue massage, or go for something more adventurous like a seaweed detox wrap. After your treatment, chill out in the relaxation lounge or in the steam rooms. Or simply enjoy breathtaking views of the Strip as you wade in the Vitality Pool.
If you’ve got a big night ahead of you, The Waldorf Astoria has that covered, too. The full-service salon offers services for both men and women including blowouts, styling, and beard trimmings. There’s also a separate Chinese Foot Spa just for pedicures.
2. ARIA Resort & Casino
With a luxury megaresort comes a luxury mega-spa. In fact, the Spa at ARIA was recently awarded the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award, making it the largest five-star rated spa in the U.S.
This 80,000-square-foot complex has a lot going for it. There’s a full-service salon, a salt room, and 62 treatment rooms. Plus, treatments are varied and unique—they even have diamond-infused facials and a medical spa with IV-drip hydration.
After your treatment, take a swim in the infinity-edge Therapy pool. Or lay back on a heated Japanese ganbanyoku bed designed to eliminate toxins, soothe muscles and speed up the metabolism.
3. Canyon Ranch Spa at The Venetian
The Canyon Ranch Spa at the Venetian is one of the most award-winning spas in the city, recently adding a four-star award from the Forbes Travel Guide to its collection of accolades. The 134,000-square-foot complex features 90 treatment rooms and more than 150 world-class services.
Here you’ll find classic spa features like a whirlpool and a sauna, but there are also more unique choices like crystal steam rooms, a wave room, and a salt grotto. There’s also a full-service salon, a 40-foot climbing wall, and a fitness center that Shape magazine voted Best Hotel Gym.
4. Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace
Another award-winning facility, the Qua Baths & Spa is one of the largest on the Strip. Described as a holistic approach to spa-ing, this location uses water features, cooling blue tones, and stone decor to put guests at ease.
In addition to typical spa offerings, you’ll also find a unique assortment of services and amenities. Notably, it’s the only spa in the world featuring Nobu-brand treatments and an Arctic Ice Room complete with falling snow. As if that weren’t enough, there are Roman baths, an herbal steam room, and a cedar sauna.
5. The Spa at Encore
As part of the Wynn Hotel Group, the Spa at Encore is every bit as elegant as you’d expect. The spa’s design is based on Asian influences and includes huge Buddhas, ornate gold lanterns, and garden suites, all of which create an exotic escape for guests.
Treatments are equally adventurous and include offerings like the Thai Oil Fusion massage and the Good Luck Ritual, a signature service based on the five Chinese elements. Fitness programs are also available and include personal training, yoga, and Pilates.
6. Bathhouse Spa at Delano Las Vegas
With only 12 treatment rooms, the Bathhouse Spa is one of the more intimate options on our list of the best spa hotels in Las Vegas. The facility features black marble, stone, and dark slate decor designed to get you in a relaxing state of mind.
A day pass gives you full access to the redwood sauna, the eucalyptus steam room, and the heated whirlpools. If you’re looking for extra pampering, book a hot stone massage or a wild honey body treatment. Given the spa’s small size it’s best to reserve in advance if possible.
7. Bellagio Las Vegas
The bigger, the better. That’s the name of the game at Bellagio. This luxe 65,000-square-foot spa has 56 treatment rooms and a 6,000-square-foot fitness center.
A day pass gives you access to the steam room, sauna, cold plunge pool, and three whirlpools. You’ll also find specialized services like massages, oxygen facials, and pedicures. In addition, the Bellagio also features a variety of seasonal specials like the winter Diamond Facial, an anti-aging procedure that utilizes trace elements from diamonds for wrinkle reduction.
And it’s not just for the ladies, either. Men have their pick from a variety of services tailored to their interests, notably a barber shop specializing in old-fashioned straight-razor shaves.
8. Sahra Spa & Hammam at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection
If you’re looking for an incredible spa experience, look no further. The Sahra Spa & Hammam enchants with its desert-inspired interior, hot stone slabs in the steam room, and private spa suites complete with whirlpool tubs, wet bars, and plasma screen TVs.
The elaborate service menu includes traditional bath rituals from Turkey and Morocco, clay wraps, and a variety of high-tech facials.
9. Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
No list of the best spa hotels in Las Vegas would be complete without mentioning the Four Seasons. The hotel’s well-regarded spa has endless treatment options. Choose from the head to toe candle massage, cupping therapy, or a seasonally-inspired body scrub. There are also plenty of options tailored to men including the Muscle Melt Massage.
The fitness center is spacious and well-lit thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the pool. Here you’ll find a variety of cardio and weight machines with built-in TVs, as well as free weights and exercise balls.
10. Red Rock Casino & Spa
Ten miles from the Strip sits the Red Rock Resort. The property is located at the gateway to Red Rock Canyon and offers both incredible views and easy access to everything Las Vegas has to offer. Not only is the setting ideal, but so is the spa.
The spa at Red Rock specializes in Eastern-influenced techniques and modern treatments like the Hydrafacial. Even better, treatments are about $30 less than similar services on the Strip. Finally, spa facilities, including the lap pool, cold plunge pool, Jacuzzi, and steam room are available to hotel guests at no extra charge.
Unwind And Relax At The Best Spa Hotels In Las Vegas
Spending even three days in Las Vegas can be exhausting, so be sure to treat yourself to some spa time if you’re feeling burnt out. And if you’re in need of even more relaxation, check out our list of 9 relaxing activities.
*Note: Most spas continue to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, although some may have limited services and facilities. Be sure to check with each facility before booking so you know what to expect when you arrive.