When I started researching The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas, I found the following information immediately. The Spa at Wynn Las Vegas was the first Las Vegas Spa to receive the coveted Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award. The second thing I saw was the men’s quarters boast a sophisticated combination of dark wood and marble.  So exciting to see the quick reference to men in spas.  That shows that the Wynn Las Vegas really appreciates all spa lovers.  I am certain Spa Travel Guy would agree with me!

Not to leave us gals out I found that the women’s quarters are equally relaxing with both warm and neutral tones which area always on my list of refreshing areas.  Who wants loud shapes designs and colors when they are trying to relax and rewind. When you are there ddl not forget to discover the many treatment rooms, detoxing sauna, refreshing plunge pools or to just bask in the natural light flooding in from the ceiling to floor in the atrium.

This spa is a must do and must see even if you are not staying in the hotel. Day Passes can be obtained if you are staying in the hotel and not having a treatment.  A great experience at a reasonable cost. With the day pass you still get the amazing plush couches and  plush lounges near the warm plush fireplace. The spa treats and refreshments offered are perfection along with a spa water too. Spa water is not all of course, several types of organic tea along with honey, and bit of coffee too if desired. I guess in Vegas coffee may be needed even in a spa after a night on The Strip.

The sauna and eucalyptus steam room experiences are enhanced by iced towels, cucumber slices and bottled water which is plentiful   throughout the facility. The whirlpool relaxes your muscles nicely powered jets. The cool plunge pool was perfect to complete the hydrotherapy cycle. The lounge chairs surrounding the whirlpools are a great place to enjoy and bask in the sunlight.

So I think I have made up my mind – how about you? Heading to Las Vegas soon? Check out The Spa at The Wynn Las Vegas!

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