When you think you Las Vegas, seldom do you conjure up a vacation of yoga, spa and healthy eating. One of the beauties of Las Vegas is that it is always re-inventing itself to attract visitors. And now Yoga is in!
When looking for vacation plans, Canadians often look to Las Vegas for its over-the-top action. But beyond the velvet rope, there’s a side of the city that just might surprise you – serene lounges, restaurants and spas. With WestJet flying in more than 1 million visitors to Vegas per year (Canada is the city’s top international visitor market), it’s never been easier to book a leisurely vacation in Sin City:
Yogis Rejoice! –
Monte Carlo’s BLVD Plaza offers complimentary yoga every Saturday morning for hotel guests so they may connect with their body while embracing The Strip’s skyline. Additionally, even hundreds of miles away from the ocean, travelers can meditate near marine life with The Spa at The Mirage’s Dolphin Yoga class. Strike a pose in front of the underwater dolphin viewing area from Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat and seek inner peace. Namaste!
Spa-Tacular Offerings –
Perfect for a girls’ getaway, The Spa at ARIA’s private Spa Suites can host up to four people and feature a personal lounge area, hydrotherapy tub, relaxation lounge with flat screen TVs and steam shower. For a treatment that’s made just for you, ESPA’s first West Coast outpost at Vdara conducts a pre-treatment analysis to determine the essential oils that will best deliver each guest’s desired results. Like to play with your food? BATHHOUSE at Delano Las Vegas offers a milk-and-honey bath with special healing properties that instantly soothe sun-stressed skin for those who’ve had too much fun in the sun at Delano Beach Club.
Wine & Dine –
Even though Las Vegas is a fast-paced city, that doesn’t mean a dinner needs to be. Savor every bite with multi-course meals at some of the city’s newest restaurants. New York transplant Carbone at ARIA features exquisite pastas, meats and seafood for a true dining adventure. Rivea by Alain Ducasse, which sits atop the 64th floor of Delano, transports patrons to the Riviera with French and Italian cuisine and a breathtaking view. If travelers seek an incredible view of Bellagio’s world famous Fountains, take a seat on Lago by Julian Serrano’s gorgeous patio for Italian small plates and innovative cocktails.