Thursday, December 10, 2009

Las Vegas Vacation - Your Guide to the Best Vegas Spas

Oh, the lure of the Las Vegas spa on your next Las Vegas vacation! Las Vegas is known throughout the world for its lavishness, and this spills over to the spa experience that you can plan on if you are staying in a hotel with a spa. You can expect to be pampered to the hilt, buffed, waxed, and comforted like nowhere else on earth. You don't have to look too far in order to find a mega resort that features a full spa and health complex on the property and many will also have a salon and fitness center to boot. While there are dozens of top spas in Las Vegas, these are the crème de la crème of them all - and each one has something unique to offer.

The Oasis Spa is located in the luxurious Luxor Hotel, and has been known to be frequented by celebrities from time to time. This spa is open twenty-four hours a day and offer treatments that draw inspiration from Ancient Egypt. Try their divine aloe and herbal wraps and sea salt exfoliation to feel like Cleopatra floating on the Nile. You might also consider the Oasis' fifty-minute dead see mud masque facial and other facials, body cleansers, full body wraps, and sensuous and rejuvenating personal massages. Book your treatment in advance or just walk in and be pampered to the nines.

The Bellagio Hotel's signature spa, Spa Bellagio, is heaven on earth located in the beautiful Conservatory and Botanical gardens where you can be pampered and polished while being surrounded by Mother Nature. Spa Bellagio offers an array of spa treatments, including body treatments, massage therapies, facials and Vichy showers. You may find that after a hard day of rolling the dice that coming "home" to Spa Bellagio is just what the doctor ordered.

Las Vegas Spa VacationMGM Grand will not be outdone by anyone - and that includes their spa, the Grand Spa and Fitness Center, which is truly grand - and spans more than 30,000 square feet, offers thirty treatment rooms, relaxations lounges, whirlpools, saunas and steam rooms. There are also some to-die-for signature treatments at the Grand Spa and Fitness Center, like the Milk and Honey Body Treatment and AHA Facial. You'll find some of the greatest masseuses in the city offering personal massages at the Grand Spa - certain to become a fond memory of your Vegas trip.

Enjoy Balinese-style pampering and treatments at the Spa by Mandara, located in the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. This 25,000 square foot facility houses twenty-four treatment rooms outfitted with handcrafted Balinese hardwood tables for massage, and artwork from around the globe. You'll find every imaginable treatment offered at the Spa by Mandara, including wraps and facials, and the spa is also home to a fitness center, salon, and specialty boutique.

Another great spa that you might consider trying out during your Las Vegas vacation is the spa located at New York, New York, Las Vegas. This world class spa offers a women's and men's steam room, fitness center, whirlpool, hydrotherapy tubs, aromatherapy massage, sea salts body scrub, clay body masks, full body wraps and much, much more. You'll find the utmost in comfort and pampering at the New York, New York.

Don't overlook the exquisite comforts offered at the Spa and Beauty Salon located in the Golden Nugget. You'll find a big number of relaxing treatments, offerings for both men and women; massage rooms, tanning room, whirlpool spa, Swedish shower, and a eucalyptus steam room. The salon offers hair care, manicures, pedicures, and facials.

And saving that ultimate spa experience for last - Venus the Salon, located at Caesar's Palace, and the Spa at Caesars Palace are both top of the line spas where you relax while enjoying a full body massage, therapeutic scalp treatment, facial, and more. The spa offers a magnificent view of the Garden of the Gods pool area at Caesar's and also offers manicures, pedicures, waxing, and haircuts.

No matter which spa you choose, be sure to indulge yourself with at least one trip to one of the posh Vegas spas on your Las Vegas vacation.

By Moses Kettle

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