The Most Relaxing Spas in Vegas

Soothe your mind and body at these top Las Vegas spas.

Photo courtesy of the Mandarin Oriental

If you're headed to the Olympia in Las Vegas in September to catch a glimpse of top competitors, or you just need a fast fall vacay, you’ll want the best gyms—and spas!—on your schedule. Here’s where to go for some of the most unique and insanely scenic fit-spas in Vegas. Blackjack tables can wait!

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

3752 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89158; mandarinoriental.com

Tell anyone you’re going to the Mandarin and watch their eyes light up for good reason. This Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond Spa really delivers on self-care.

The Shanghai 1930s aesthetic of the hotel and facilities is a soothing escape. Plus, its fitness center doesn’t disappoint, with Technogym equipment and yoga studios.

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Spa treatments range from body-shaping anti-cellulite services and facials to Thai yoga massage. And if you don’t want to get a treatment, buy a day pass (from $50, hotel guests; $100, non-hotel guests). Floor-to-ceiling windows make this such an airy spa. Take time to unwind in the saunas, personal steam rooms, and the Experience shower with customizable light and sound-therapy controls. 

The brightest corner of the 27,000-square-foot spa floor houses a 35-foot-long hot tub with built-in lounge chairs to gaze at the Vegas Strip several stories below.

Hers favorite: 
The Zen Relaxation Room, with personal lounge beds separated by privacy screens, overlooks not only the Strip but also the mountains in the horizon. There is no better way to unwind from night-owl fun than spending a few hours in this quiet world away.

You can also rent a cabana at the Miami-style outdoor pool ($350 minimum), with a sprawling lounge chair area that offers fantastic people watching.

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