On a Las Vegas vacation,
the gambling, glitter and good times can often overload
the senses, which while part of the fun, can sometimes
leave you feeling a bit drained. When you find yourself
with some extra time between enjoying the Las
Vegas dining, entertainment and nightlife options, you
might take an opportunity to both relax your mind and
rejuvenate your soul at the new Qua Baths and Spa at Caesars
Palace. Both luxurious and tranquil, the Qua Caesars
Palace Spa brings an innovative approach to the Las Vegas
spa scene, featuring what is known as "Social Spa-ing".
While you can still enjoy a number of traditional private
treatments at Qua Spa Caesars Palace, its shared
baths and heating and cooling rooms allow you to relax
with friends or family as you rid your soul of stress.
"Qua", in Italian, means "Here", and at Qua Spa Caesars Palace, the idea is that there is no more important time than the here and now. The rest of the world fades away as you enter this sprawling 50,000 square-foot facility, where soft lights compliment elegant stone flooring and sounds of running water throughout. At this modern Ceasars Palace Spa, the social spa aspect is achieved in separate mens' and womens' areas, each featuring Roman baths, a "Laconium Room" and an "Arctic Ice Room". The baths consist of three different pools of varying temperatures, and are reminiscent of what you would find at some of the spas in Germany and other parts of Europe. The Laconium Room is a super-heated room where you can detoxify your system, while the Arctic Ice Room is a cool zone where simulated snow falls from the ceiling. These pools and rooms of different temperatures stimulate circulation and invigorate the spirit. They provide perfect areas to just hang out between treatments or after a workout at the club's state-of-the-art, 5,500 square-foot, co-ed fitness center.
One of the best things about the Qua Caesars Palace Spa Las Vegas experience is that you don't have to pay a hefty price to enjoy much of what the spa has to offer. For under $50, guests can use the baths, the Laconium and Arctic Ice rooms, additional steam rooms and the fitness center. If you are getting a special spa treatment, then you are waived from having to pay the facility fee, or you can access just the fitness center at a reduced rate. Also, if couples at the Qua Spa Caesars Palace want don't want to be separated during their entire time here, there is a co-ed lounge area, as well as various options for couples treatments. The couples treatments offered at the Qua Caesars Palace Spa last about 75 minutes each, and they take place in separate couples suites. If you are a couple, or just one, you might consider trying the Qua Spa Caesars Palace "Signature Hourglass Treatment". This multi-faceted treatment is personalized to fit your needs and includes a mix of facials, different body treatments, hot stones and aromatherapy.
The Qua Baths and Spa offers plenty of treatment options
in its 51 treatment rooms, its 35 massage studios and
its multiple facial rooms. You might just find that
you will need more than one day to take advantage of all
the spa offers, such as is its Vichy showers, the Swarovski
crystal body art room and the tea lounge, where a tea
sommelier matches your taste. Qua Baths and Spa
is an ideal retreat where you can take a break from the
intensity of Las Vegas and recharge your batteries before
you go out and do it all again. If you are planning
a Las Vegas wedding, figuring in some time at the Qua
Caesars Palace Spa could be the perfect side treat.
Maybe you just arrived on a long flight to Las Vegas and
want to soothe aching travel muscles. Perhaps you
booked a Grand
Canyon tour on the side and have sore feet from hiking
or worn-out shoulders from whitewater paddling.
Regardless of your reason, want or need, spending time
at Qua Baths and Spa is sure to provide you with the tranquility
and serenity not often easily found on a Las
Vegas vacation. The Qua Caesars Palace Spa is
open every day from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m.