The Best Spas
in Vegas

Your R&R Options for EDC

If you’re planning on getting a little wild at EDC... you should probably plan on taking it a little easy afterward. Fortunately, Vegas has some of the best spas in the world. Here’s how we’d take advantage.

Canyon Ranch Spa

It’s the largest spa in Vegas, replete with a Mixology Blending Bar for customizing massage oils, salts and other natural remedies based on your needs. (Within the bounds of the law, of course.)

a: 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-414-3600 w: canyonranch.com

Mandarin Oriental Spa

Chill out in the hydrotherapy room, which features an ice fountain that dispenses ice chips. And suddenly you’re craving a margarita.

a: 3752 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-590-8888 w: mandarinoriental.com

QUA Baths & Spa

If you’re worried an ice-chip-spewing fountain just wouldn’t be cold enough for you, this spa in Caesars Palace has something called the Arctic Ice Room, where it actually snows. Indoors.

a: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 866-227-5938 w: caesars.com

Aria Spa

Home to the city’s only ganban’yoku room, where heated stone slabs emanate infrared rays that soothe muscles and eliminate toxins. (Probably a good idea.)

a: 3730 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 866-359-7757 w: arialasvegas.com

Wynn Spa

The first luxury spa in Las Vegas to receive a Forbes Five Star award. So, yeah, they know their way around a Swedish massage.

a: 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S t: 702-770-3900 w: wynnlasvegas.com

Red Bull Editions. They’re available in three flavors—cranberry,lime and blueberry. It’s the liquid energy that’s going to carry you through the festival.

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