Las Vegas has no shortage of spas where guests can live the pampered life

Photos by Canyon Ranch Spa and Fitness
Photos by Canyon Ranch Spa and Fitness

With 24-hour excitement and endless entertainment options, Las Vegas can tax even the most intrepid
go-getter. Luckily it’s also home to world-class spas designed to relax and refresh. Here’s a guide to de-stressing and beautifying from the bottom up.

Bamboo Foot Ritual
Bamboo Foot Ritual

The Bamboo Foot Ritual at the Spa at Wynn is just what Louboutin-clad feet tired from walking the Strip are aching for. The heated bamboo treatment calms, re-energizes and restores balance to lower extremities. 50 or 80 minutes, $195-$290,

Now that feet feel pampered, they’ll need to be polished. Canyon Ranch Spa and Fitness at The Venetian offers a dizzying array of pedicures to perk up those tootsies. Splurge on the Ultimate Pedicure, a 50-minute treatment that includes a hot stone massage on the lower legs and feet. $139, canyonranch. com/las-vegas

Sahra Spa and Hammam's heated motherstone slab. Photo by the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Sahra Spa and Hammam’s heated motherstone slab. Photo by the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

For a buff bod, indulge in ESPA at Vdara’s On the Rocks, a 110-minute body brushing, exfoliation and body massage with volcanic stones. After the treatment, chill out at the newly opened Club Lounge, a secluded space for guests offering gourmet meals, a dedicated concierge service and a nightly social hour with complimentary libations. $325-$350,

Try a cleansing treatment on the heated motherstone slab with oils, scrubs and essences at the Sahra Spa & Hammam in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Or indulge in the Red Flower Bathing Ritual, which invigorates and exfoliates every inch of your body with the lemon blossom olive stone scrub, followed by a soak in the Moroccan mint tea silt purifier. Finally, your body is hydrated with cardamom amber oil and tangerine fig butter. 50-80 minutes, $180-$265,

Those in need of a facial fast should head to the Waldorf Astoria Spa and ask for the secret menu, which changes monthly. This month, the On the Go Facial is on offer, featuring a 60-minute treatment with the Foreo Luna Go, a gently vibrating exfoliator, which guests receive as a take-home gift. You’ll leave feeling fresh-faced, a clean slate on which you can write a whole new day. 60 minutes, $200,

Photo by Getty Images
Photo by Getty Images

After the skin has been cleaned and primed, it’s time to go to town. Michael Boychuck’s COLOR Salon at Caesars Palace — where celebrities turn up regularly — is a one-stop shop for a glamorous makeover. Hair, nails, makeup, waxing and tanning are on the menu, along with Champagne, specialty drinks and tea to sip while getting ready for a night out.

Constructed in 1906, Bently Heritage Estate Distillery’s mill was once home to the Minden Flour Milling Company.
The Napa Valley Wine Train offers a variety of excursions, including a new murder-mystery dinner ride. Photo by David H. Collier
The sisters also created a pair of pink sweats with a satin bow as part of their new clothing line.
After a two-year absence, Smith & Wollensky opened on the Strip and still features drinks with generous hand-pours. Photo by KeyLimePhotography
Bank Atcharawan is known for his expertise on rieslings, whose fruitiness complement Thai dishes. Photo by K.M. Cannon
David Perrico’s Pop Strings Orchestra provided the evening’s entertainment.
Former Raiders quarterback Jim Plunkett, center, chats with attendees and shakes hands with Dave Melroy during the Raiders Foundation’s second “Celebrity Swing” at TopGolf.
American artist Aaron Taylor Kuffner created the sonic kinetic sculpture “Gamelatron Perhiasan Emas di Awn Hitam” or “Golden Jewels in a Black Cloud” for the new John Hardy store at The Forum Shops. Photo by Aaron Taylor Kuffner