Location: Aria Las Vegas
3730 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours at The Spa at Aria Las Vegas:
Open daily, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Salon is open 9am to 7 pm
Contact The Spa at Aria Las Vegas
For rates or to book an appointment, (702) 590-9600 or 800.312.2742
The Spa at Aria Las Vegas
80,000 square feet, of tranquility and relaxation. Considering you are in Las Vegas and the pace is frantic at times, The Spa at Aria gives you an opportunity to slow it all down and relax. The fitness center is ample and provides you with the ability to workout alone or with a trainer if you so desire. There are some group classes as well as structured programs offered in the fitness center.
Shio Salt Room - You recline in a room of salt infused air. It like waking up early and sitting on an overcast beach while you allow your mind to wander. This room will seem uneventful unless you really allow yourself to completely relax, pop on the head phones and allow yourself some time to unwind. Your skin will thank you.
Ganbanyoku Beds - Gently place your body on these stone beds and you’ll feel the heat racing through your core. It’s an interesting feeling and very relaxing once you get past the temperature against you skin.
Some Treatments at The Spa at Aria Las Vegas:
- Thai Poultice Massage : You’ll feel these warm poultices as they are placed on your body and somehow the stress begins to melt away. These pouches of herbs along with a therapist to smooth out the bulging balls of stress will take you to a happy place.
- Ashiatsu Massage: You need a little more action in your massage? How about a therapist supported with bars on the ceiling really leaning into your trouble spots with their feet. That’s right, a good old stomping on!
- Scalp, Hand, Foot Massage: Honestly, I never get tired of a massage that includes someone completely working on those areas that bring me great joy. Hands, feet and head. This is the massage you need if you really want just the good stuff.
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