The Spa at Four Seasons (Las Vegas)

Rolling the relaxation dice, The Spa at Four Seasons (Las Vegas) has won big with a $1 million renovation of its 12-treatment-room spa. Designed by EDG, the spa’s facelift was inspired by the natural beauty of the desert and features warm colors, nature-inspired artwork, and natural materials, including a reception desk highlighted by an oversized art piece made of walnut hardwood. The menu was also updated and offers services and products from Ajne, Naturopathica, Phytomer, and Pure Fiji. Among the new signature services are:

  • Four Seasons Ultimate ($325, 80 minutes), a luxurious facial that incorporates the NuFace nonsurgical facelift device, as well as a G3 Peel and cooling eye treatment
  • Cupping Therapy ($185, 50 minutes; $355, 1 hour 40 minutes), an  invigorating and detoxifying massage that uses advanced massage and cupping techniques to stimulate circulation and relax muscles while drawing out impurities and relieving tension
  • Essence of the Seasons ($240, 50 minutes; $330, 80 minutes), a collection of exclusive body treatments that change with the seasons and are marked with an enchanting fragrance and unique sequence of services, including a relaxing full-body massage and a back and foot scrub.

“The Spa at Four Seasons has long been a sanctuary for hotel guests, local residents, and Las Vegas visitors alike,” says general manager Mark Hellrung. “This easily accessible space features a fresh, sophisticated design paired with the intuitive service that is the hallmark of the Four Seasons brand.”

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