The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas debuted a comprehensive refresh this fall, modernizing the space with desert-inspired art and progressive treatments unlike any others found on the Strip. Director Shannon Mariani helms both the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Spa and the recently opened Nail Bar, places where you’ll find sanctuary from all the things that brought you to Vegas: work, play, dining, drinking, gaming, shopping, whatever. Here are four reasons to book an appointment today.
Rather than keep its new look a secret, The Spa added windows to its retail space, which open onto the Four-Star hotel corridor. Now guests are intrigued by and drawn into the design of the open reception area. Products available include all those used in the treatments such as Naturopathica, Phytomer, Pure Fiji and Ajne.
The $1 million renovation was designed by EDG in partnership with Eaton Fine Art, Inc. In the reception area, see an eye-catching oversized counter made of three separate panels of walnut hardwood.
Innovation and individuality
As a brand, the goal of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts is to make sure that its spas reflect their individual location and offer treatments not found elsewhere in the immediate area. To this effect, The Spa introduced a unique Cupping Therapy that massages away the day’s troubles with muscle work based on invigorating suction.
Be it bodywork that targets muscles and kinks, a signature facial to bring moisture back to the skin or pampering in the form of a Nail Bar manicure and pedicure — the Spa prides itself on the ability to customize all experiences, so if you want something, just ask.
Installations peppered throughout the space engage the senses and are inspired by the desert landscape. The curated art program is just another step toward tranquility. The Spa at Four Seasons Las Vegas features sculpture like Driftwood Mosaic, located in the corridor, which has driftwood aged by the elements of the desert, cut, sanded and placed into a puzzle. Other attention grabbers include photography such as Jeff Sullivan’s black-and-white image of rock walls and Kim Hudson’s shots of Red Rock Canyon, known for its vibrant rock formations and wildflowers.
The lasting feeling
Guests leave with a renewed sense of being. Consider a trip to The Spa a reset back to a peaceful state. Most of this transition takes place in the Zen lounge, the co-ed spa with shrouded, plush chairs where you can swaddle in a blanket. There you can also sip a cup of tea and slip into bliss before or after a treatment in one of 12 rooms, including two couples suites.