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Las Vegas spas relaxing spot in party city

Posted By on November 10, 2012, 10:05 PM

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Las Vegas can be hot, stressful, and loud. Sometimes that’s what you’re looking for there, but sometimes you want to relax. Lucky for you, it's also filled with spas to recharge in. ---

Qua Baths and Spa at Caesar's Palace provides a Roman bath experience complete with a tepidarium (warm mineral-water pool), caldarium (hot water), and frigidarium (cold water) for those looking to channel their inner Augustus. Qua also has an Arctic Ice Room kept at a chilly 55 degrees for those looking to get out of the heat, as well as the Twin Souls couples treatment with scrubs and massages.

Drift Spa at the Palms has Vegas's only hammam (Turkish bath), with a coed steam room.

Spa Mandalay at Mandalay Bay offers a solarium, with a variety of pools and waterfalls available to guests.

There are also plenty of options for those looking to relax away from the strip. Spa Mio at the M Resort offers a sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and full spa services including a salon and barbershop.

At the JW Marriott, the Aquae Sulis Spa offers an outdoor hydro-circuit pool with garden waterfalls and water jets. Indoors, try one of the spa's moisturizing body wraps in appetizing flavors like bamboo and ginseng or coconut creme.

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