Las Vegas' Top 10 Spas and Resorts

From the spas within the Bellagio to the Waldorf and everything in-between, Las Vegas offers the best of the best in spas and resorts.

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Las Vegas is known for slot machines and poker tables, but a not-so-hidden secret includes the vast array of luxury spas and resorts.

Casino.org has curated a list of the top 10 spas in Las Vegas, offering unique services and luxury amenities. 

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1. The Spa & Salon at Aria

To access the spa, a day pass allows access to all areas, including the fitness center, wet areas, therapy pools, Shio Salt Room and the Ganbanyoku. 

Treatments offered vary based on a changing specials menu with limited-edition seasonal options, massages, foot scrubs and hair masks, as well as manicures/pedicures with a complimentary cocktail or glass of bubbles.

This spa has an extra special edition: private suites for a VIP experience. The rooms have a lounge area and hot tub and can be reserved for up to four people. 

2. The Spa at Encore

The Spa at Encore, a 61,000 sq ft spa, is equipped with a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, plunge pools and a couples’ suite.

This Forbes Travel Guide five star spa offers services such as a Moroccan Mud Wrap, Citrus Soufflé Body and Facial Treatment and a Chinese-inspired Good Luck Ritual.

Curated packages are available to offer the ability to sample two or more treatments, starting from $305.

3. Waldorf Astoria Spa Las Vegas

This spa was named Nevada’s Best Hotel Spa by the World Spa Awards in 2019.

The spa itself is 27,000 sq ft and houses 16 treatment rooms, a beauty salon where you can receive a hair cut and 45-minute Turkish-style Hammam sessions.

Services include tailored multi-hour treatment packages, couples’ massages and individual body scrubs, wraps and facials. 

It also offers its Tranquility Day Pass, allowing access to shared spaces such as the laconium, herbal steam room, pools, ice fountains, lounges and showers.

4. Saffron Day Spa

While this spa offers more affordable options, there is still plenty to chose from. Saffron Spa also offers a Spa Sampler: four treatments for $125, so you can try a handful of treatments. 

Services available include massages, foot treatments, hand rescue, facials and waxing.

5. ESPA at Vdara

At 16,000 sq ft, this Forbes Travel’s five-star spa specializes in multi-functional treatment rooms and services such as massages, facials, brow bar, waxes, tints and nail services and even retail therapy. 

Vdara offers day passes for $40 during the week and $80 between Friday and Sunday.

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6. The Spa at Wynn

Another five-star Vegas spa, this spa is located in the luxury hotel Wynn Las Vegas.

The spa is outfitted with dark purples, blues, candles, cozy fires, koi carp and Japanese cherry blossom.

Amenities include a sauna, plunge pools and a sunlit atrium. Its treatments include Four Hands Massage that utilizes two synchronized therapists, as well as a Bamboo Foot Ritual and a Gentlemen’s Facial.

7. Spa at Flamingo Las Vegas

Staying on brand, this spa is decked out with flamingos and offers a Happy Feet Remedy to soothe those aching feet.

The spa offers other treatments such as reiki, deep tissue massages, scalp treatments and seasonal features like the crisp apple facial and frosted berry massage.

The spa offers a day pass for use of its facilities, including a fitness center, lounges, dry sauna, steam room and whirlpools.

8. Sahra Spa, Salon & Hammam

The Sahra spa takes inspiration from the outdoors, with walls representing canyons, silver ceilings reminiscent of the moon features within the spa include a monsoon cave, serenity lounge, steam room and a Hammam room with a heated slab.

The spa includes a cleansing soak, bathing ritual or Hammam experience, as well as treatments  such as massages, facials, manicures/pedicures, and even hair and makeup services. 

9. Bellagio Spa & Salon

This spa includes rituals from India, Japan, China and the salon offers an on-site barber and makeup artist. 

For $50 hotel guests can obtain access to the facility’s steam room, sauna, plunge pool and whirlpool, with tea and coffee. It also offers separate men’s and women’s spas and a co-ed lounge.

For a little privacy, the spa offers a suite for parties between 25 and 30 guests.

10. Boracay Massage

Boracay specializes in a vast array of massages, from deep tissues, Swedish, sports, couples’ and hot lava stone massages.

Add-ons include a scrub, Shiatsu, aromatherapy or hot stone therapy.

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