The Best Spas in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a vacation on steroids. The extravagance of the resorts, the over-the-top buffets, the never-ending nightlife…it’s what we know and love about Vegas. However, sometimes one just needs to recharge in the midst of all of the fun. When you’re looking for refresher, Vegas has an endless amount of amazing spas for you to try. From Himalayan salt rooms to Turkish baths, you’ll even find a spa that has an igloo.

Next time you’re looking to get your Swedish massage (or whatever treatment suits your tastes), make a visit to one of these five amazing spas, which we rate as the best in Vegas.

Spa at Aria

3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: 1-702-590-9600

Aria is still one of the newer additions to The Strip (although, it’s been open since 2009). It’s a gigantic 80,000 square feet of bliss that has 62 separate treatment rooms, including a number of really cool amenities. For one, you can lay in the black mineral stone beds, which warms your body and emits infra-red heat. That’s available to anyone who buys a treatment or day pass. You can also spend some time in the Himalayan salt room. If you’re not familiar with this type of space, it’s a room with a wall made of Himalayan salt, which is meant to draw out toxins out of your body the longer you spend time in there.

Even if the spa gets busy, you won’t feel it as there’s so much space to spread out and be comfortable.

Aria Spa

Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars

3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: 1-702-731-7791

The Qua Baths adds to the Roman theme at Caesars as you’ll find décor that fits the theme all across this spa. That includes things like fountains, columns and even a centurion.

Caesars never does anything halfway, which is why this spa is a massive 50,000 square feet of treatments. Of course, one of the signatures here is the Roman baths, which may be a fancy way of describing some basic water treatments that you’ll find at most spas.

Even so, this spacious spot of serenity includes a steam room, sauna, and even an Arctic Ice Room. There are 51 treatment rooms in total, so you should be able to book a massage at any hour that suits your schedule.

Qua Spa

Canyon Ranch SpaClub At The Venetian & The Palazzo

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd #1159, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: 1-702-414-3600

The Venetian hotel is known for its extravagance, and the spa doesn’t disappoint. This is one of the biggest in all of Las Vegas as this spa covers 137,000 square feet. There are a whopping 82 treatment rooms, two separate cafes where you can order up, a gym, a cycling studio and even a bridal studio.

There are a number of really unique amenities here, including a climbing wall and a lineup of European water treatments like Aquavana, Crystal Steam Rooms and an indoor igloo.

Don’t worry: if you’re looking for a basic Swedish massage and a relaxing time, you can easily get that here. And if you’re looking for a whole lot more – especially to try some things that very few spas have in Vegas – this is your spot to go.

Canyon Ranch

Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Spa

3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Phone: 1-702-698-7000

The Cosmopolitan is one of the coolest spots on The Strip as it has a swanky design and a delicious collection of restaurants. One of the best amenities at the hotel is the spa, which has a sophisticated and stylish feel to it.

You’ll find the entrance to the spa on the 14th floor and inside, you’ll discover a 1200-square foot hammam, stone loungers, three spa suites and multiple treatment tables. There’s also a pool.

The Hammam is the star here. If you’re not familiar, a hammam is also known as a Turkish bath. It’s a giant steam room, which is very relaxing.

Cosmopolitan Spa

Spa At Bellagio

3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109-4339

Phone: 1-702-693-7472

Vegas loves to go the extravagant route, but if you’re looking for a spa that’s a little more intimate, the option at The Bellagio is a good one. Don’t be mistaken, though: this one is still 55,000 square feet. However, it’s designed in a way that feels much cozier. There’s ample locker space, four different types of jacuzzies (different temperatures), a steam room, a sauna and a small, outdoor dipping pool where you can overlook the main pool at the Bellagio.

Overall, this is a very elegant spa that’s clean and modern. If you need a few hours or a day away from all of the bustling and noise on The Strip, this is a great getaway.

Bellagio Spa

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Dave has a long history in the media. His career began at The Score Television Network. He’s since been a radio host on Sirius Satellite Radio, made numerous television appearances as a panelist, and has written for publications like FOX Sports, and The Baltimore Sun. He’s interviewed hundreds of celebrities in both sports and entertainment, ranging from Shaquille O’Neal, to Floyd Mayweather, to The Mannings.

As a travel/adventure writer, Dave has written a number of destination stories covering some of the most unique destinations, such as Bilbao (Spain), Tel Aviv (Israel) to Iceland. He’s also (been lucky to) had the opportunity to review the experience of eating at some of the world’s best restaurants, including Noma (Copenhagen), Amber (Hong Kong) and Eleven Madison Park (New York). All of those stories can be read on, The Daily Beast and The Globe & Mail.


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