Wynn Spa

Just The Facts, Please.

Spa Hours:

Treatment Rooms:
45 treatment rooms.

Exercise Facility:
Full range of cardio and weight machines.

Custom $150 for 50 min; Shiatsu $170 for 50 min; Thai $250 for 80 min; Arabian $230 for 80 min.

Facial Care:
Classic; Stone Refining; Radience; Hydrating Cllagen Booster.

Body Care:
Pacific Paradise $150 for 50 min; Sake and Rice Body treatment $250 for 80 min; Airbrush Tanning $95 for 30 min; Bamboo Lemongrass Body Polish $80 for 20 min.

Waxing and Beauty Care:
Bikini $60

Hair Salon:
Full service hair salon plus barbershop featuring Truefitt & Hill products. Plus classic mancures and pedicures.

Fitness Facility and Spa access day pass $30. (3 day pass $75)



Mavens Overview

While the spa measures 45,000 square feet, the internet buzz is that the spa feels small. Perhaps the 45 treatment rooms cut too much into the 45,000 square feet of the spa.

The spa is full service including a full array of massage, facials and body treatments. Additionally there is a full service hair salon and barbershop. The exercise facility receive a both weight and cardio machines.

The spa at Wynn has received surprisingly mixed internet buzz. Perhaps customers are so wowed by the rest of the resort, the spa just doesn't live of to unrealistically high expectations. A top notch resort deserves a top notch spa, hopefully the spa will improve in the future.


Internet Buzz

I had the Arabian massage. For $220 you can have all your tension massaged away accompanied by the sweet smell of flowers lingering in the air. My masseuse was awesome. I told her in the beginning that I like my massages firm and that's exactly what she gave me

Compared to the spa at Mandalay Bay, I feel like the one at the Wynn is better kept up, warmer, and cozier. For $30 you get access to the gym, showers, sauna, eucalyptus steam room, jacuzzi and plunge pools.

Everything about the Wynn is well done and on a grand scale that made walking into the Spa was such a shock. It is way too small to accommodate the guests at the cannot fathom how small this Spa is and therefore how crowded.

The amenities include all your toiletries, fluffy robe, spa sandals, iced towels, regular towels, bottled water, fresh fruit, coffee, tea, ice water, lots of magazines and newspapers, and headphones for the workout machines. There is a nice chillout room with a T.V., couches, and fireplace. The staff is nice, not too chirpy, which is good.

The spa was disappointing - average at best. Although some of the decor was nice, the facilities were nothing special - a small steam room, sauna, hot tub, showers, etc.

My treatment - the Good Luck Ritual was a glorified massage that was fine, but not worth the $250 price tag.



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