Travelers visiting Las Vegas search for many of the same highlights: bright lights, endless shopping, casinos on the Strip, wild fun on Fremont Street, and nightclubs galore. But all that partying and gambling can be exhausting. Thankfully, there are plenty of spas to help you unwind and detox. And don't worry if you shelled out all of your cash at the roulette table. While spa packages can get pretty pricey, day passes offer an affordable alternative. So for travelers who want a quiet place to relax, warm whirlpool to soak in, or sauna to reboot, we've compiled a list of the top spa day passes that Sin City has to offer.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is known as one of the most high-end hotels in Sin City, so it’s no surprise that their spa is top-notch, too. Treatments can be steep, so purchasing a day pass to their facilities is a great option for those who are looking to relax in the desert-inspired spa, but not empty out their pockets. These passes offer visitors access to a vitality pool with rain showers, steam room, sauna, and cool mist room as well as the gym. The only drawback? It can’t be used on a Saturday.
With cool tones and stone detailing, Aria Resort & Casino‘s spa gives off a soothing, relaxing vibe. A day pass here gives visitors access to an outdoor therapy pool, wet areas, and a Shio salt room, which features massage chairs and a wall of Shio salt bricks that boast respiratory benefits. Folks can also lay on one of the ganbanyoku beds (or Japanese stone beds) to help soothe their muscles before hitting the outdoor therapy pool for great views. When you feel like sweating off last night’s shenanigans, head to the fitness center. Resort guests get the better deal when it comes to the day passes though, as those not staying on the property can only use them Monday through Thursday.
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino guests should consider themselves lucky — only those with a reservation can purchase the hotel’s stellar spa day passes. The one-day, affordable facility pass serves as a ticket to the 3,000-square foot gym, showers, and relaxation lounges. But that’s not all. Guests can also find solace in the redwood sauna, whirlpools with varying temperatures, a eucalyptus steam room, and cold plunge bath. Top off the experience by slipping into a spa robe and sandals and sipping on a complimentary drink or two, including tea, coffee, juice, or water.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino is making big moves, thanks to a recent renovation of their spa. At the new space, guests can enjoy the showers, whirlpool tubs, a steam room, fitness center, and lounge plus time in the Himalayan Salt Cave. The 45-minute session includes relaxing on zero gravity chairs while breathing in air that’s filled with salt particles, which help with respiratory and skin ailments. To make themselves even more comfortable, guests can connect their music players to the treatment room’s speakers. Even more to brag about: Lounges have eucalyptus steam rooms and cold peppermint towels, the Harmonize Water Bar offers tea options, and organic body products can be used after a soothing rain shower.
Known as one of the top spa retreats in Vegas, Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino is a must-visit. The 50,000-square foot space doles out a day pass that includes entry to the Roman Baths and Laconium Room (a dry heat treatment room that’s comparable to a sauna). And if you thought cooling off in the desert was impossible, think again. The spa boasts a snowy Arctic Room, the only one of its kind in the world. Then, warm up with a cup of tea in the aptly named Tea Room. Just keep in mind that the day pass doesn’t come cheap for non-guests (especially on weekends), nor does it include access to the fitness center.
There’s plenty for spa-goers to treat themselves to with a day pass at The Venetian‘s Canyon Ranch SpaClub. Indulge in the Aquavana Experience, which invites visitors to explore a variety of hot and cold environments, including a crystal steam room, rain showers, Finnish saunas, a hydro spa, and an igloo room. While these spaces are single-sex areas, there are also three co-ed gathering rooms — one of which features music and free fruit and drinks. The day pass also provides access to the fitness center for those who want to get a little more active. It’s a bit more expensive for non-resort guests to purchase a single-day pass, but it’s worth it.
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