Qua Baths & Spa at Caesar’s Palace
You’d expect the spa at Caesar’s Palace to have a Roman bath—and it does—but Qua Baths & Spa doesn’t limit itself to an ancient theme. In addition to the three Roman baths and the heated Laconium Room, Qua also features a Tea Room (complete with a tea sommelier) and a chilly Arctic Ice Room where “snow” falls on heated floors and benches. The spa menu includes Thai and Lomi Lomi massage, Ayurvedic therapies, chakra balancing, and a variety of Nobu-branded treatments. But spring for the signature Mojave Rain massage, which uses American Indian traditions to detoxify the body and balance energy.
Sahra Spa & Hammam at the Cosmopolitan
The Cosmopolitan’s Sahra Spa & Hammam evokes the desert right from the exotic entrance—lined with sandstone tiles—which delivers you into an oasis with a monsoon cave (an enormous whirlpool tub), a steam room and a cold mist room, and the ethereal Space Between (a relaxation lounge). The centerpiece, however, is the hammam and its heated stone slab. The slab is large enough for two people to lounge comfortably, but it’s the ideal place for Sahra’s extravagant Moroccan Journey—a 130-minute ritual which includes the use of exfoliating and detoxifying scrubs and masques, time in the steam room and soaking tub, and a full-body Sahra Signature Massage.
The Spa at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas
For old-world opulence, it’s hard to beat the Spa at Encore. The spacious retreat is dramatic and grand, designed to make guests feel like they are visiting royalty. Given the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award in its first year of operation, Encore offers a wide selection of unique treatments. Its Good Luck Ritual signature treatment includes a massage, hand and foot therapies, and a scalp treatment, all of which utilize the healing properties of the five Chinese elements—fire, metal, wood, earth, and water.
Saffron Day Spa
When you want to satisfy your spa cravings without feeling like you’re paying the mortgage, look no further than Saffron Day Spa. Located less than five miles from the Strip, Saffron has all the indulgent amenities you’d expect from high-end hotel spas at a fraction of the cost. The spa menu includes two skin treatments using chocolate, the Inch Loss detoxifying body wrap, and the Saffron Signature Hot Stones Massage—a 60-minute session promoting muscle relaxation and increased joint flexibility for less than $75.