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Pamper Yourself in Sin City | The 5 Best Spas in Las Vegas

You know Las Vegas as Sin City, but there's also a world of luxury just waiting to be experienced. Here are the 5 best spas in Las Vegas to pamper yourself.

You know Las Vegas as Sin City, with monstrous hotels lighting up the night alongside mega-casinos and all kinds of live entertainment. It’s all true, but there’s also a world of luxurious relaxation just waiting to be experienced.

So if you need a break from the action (the casinos, the shopping, the fine dining, and the endless parties), these award-winning spas in Las Vegas offer world-class treatment. Opt for anything from a traditional Swedish massage to the more unusual therapies inspired by ancient cultures and traditions from all over the world.

Do as the Romans did at the Qua Baths


As you might expect, the Qua Baths and Spa at Caesars Palace is nothing short of incredible. The 50,000-foot spa includes three Roman baths, an Arctic Ice Room, a Laconium Room, and a Crystal Body Art Room. Choose from 11 styles of massage and signature treatments, such as the Chai Tea Mud Mask or the Coffeeberry Yoga Facial. Try the Qua Baths signature Hourglass treatment where you’ll be treated to a mixture of facials, body treatments, hot stones, aromatherapy, chakra balancing, and energy work.

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Las Vegas
8.2 Very good (52091 reviews)

Scrub your troubles away


The MGM Grand Spa offers a luxurious, soothing, and indulgent spa experience with state-of-the-art facilities and a level of relaxation that can be hard to find in Las Vegas. Touch therapies such as massage can be combined with a Eucalyptus Scalp Treatment, aromatherapy or warm stones. Sore feet will appreciate the Soothe the Sole treatment or Thai yoga to invigorate tired bodies.

Guests looking for a unique experience can’t miss The Dreaming Ritual inspired by Australian Aboriginal culture. A tranquil footbath is followed by a full body desert rose salt scrub, a mud wrap, a scalp massage and a choreographed Kodo massage.

MGM Grand Las Vegas

Las Vegas
7.9 Good (60416 reviews)

Sip cocktails and find your center


The Mirage Hotel & Casino’s Spa provides guests a modern spa experience with soothing tones and comfortable seating areas. The tempting list of treatments includes specialized packages that will leave you soothed and relaxed. ‘Blowouts and Bellinis’ are a popular option as guests sip cocktails while a team of hairdressers work their magic. Escape Packages combine popular treatments so you can emerge from the spa buffed from head to toe.

The Mirage Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas
8.4 Very good (53349 reviews)

Indulge in a Hot Stone at Canyon Ranch


Canyon Ranch is one of the largest day spas in the world and covers 134,000 square feet of The Venetian and The Palazzo. The spa has over 120 services available and offers everything from a traditional massage to couples treatments, facials, fitness classes, body wraps, and acupuncture to name a few.

Relax in the crystal steam room or try out the invigorating experiential rain showers. If you’d like to try something unique, opt for the Herbal Laconium, a herbal-infused humid environment that provides gentle warming. Getting a little too hot for you in Las Vegas? Then you won’t want to miss the Igloo where cool air and Arctic Mist will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

Top rated
Las Vegas
9.1 Excellent (74759 reviews)

Reinvigorate at Spa Mandalay


The spa at Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino promises to “usher you to a level of relaxation beyond your imagination.” This may sound too good to be true, but after a few hours soaking in the milky baths and working your way through the spa brochure, you’re sure to be walking on air.

Take a Platinum massage for a personalized blend of massage techniques suited to your specific needs. Try a Peppermint Scalp Treatment for an invigorating experience or the Foot Focus if you’ve been spending a lot of time on your feet. The Fijian Hot Stone will instantly help you melt away to an island paradise while warm river rocks enhance detoxification.

Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas
8.4 Very good (30268 reviews)

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