Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon (Las Vegas)

Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon in Las Vegas features a dedicated area for nailcare services.

Bringing a decidedly Asian flair to Sin City, Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas) recently opened its doors. The property is the first new-build casino in Las Vegas in six years, and it doesn’t disappoint. Among its many offerings is the 4,500 square-foot Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon, which offers services created exclusively by Sothys Paris. Located on the second floor of the casino, the spa features four private rooms named after flowers—Cherry Blossom, Jasmine, Lotus, and Rose. Guests can choose from a variety of luxurious Sothys facial and body treatments and Digi-Esthetique massage methods, which is inspired by Eastern and Western techniques to bring balance and serenity while enhancing the efficacy of skincare products. Sure to be a hit with high-rollers is the Siberian Ginseng Energizing Treatment ($150, 50 minutes; $185, 80 minutes), which offers an antidote to pollution and optimizes the skin’s resistance to daily stress with a balancing chi facial massage and vitamin C mask. In addition to the private treatment rooms, the spa also includes a reflexology room with six stations. Here, guests can enjoy panoramic views of the Strip while receiving services like the Reflexology Inspired Foot Massage ($55, 25 minutes) to improve circulation from the knees down and restore equilibrium. To keep everything running smoothly, the spa uses Springer-Miller Systems’s SpaSoft Spa Management System. "We have so much positive energy flowing through Lucky Dragon, we’re excited to have the SpaSoft system to support our busy spa,” says spa director Amy Rockwell. “The Enhanced PMS interface really helps us provide excellent guest service to all of our hotel guests.” 

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