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How to Have a Wellness Weekend Filled With Relaxation in Las Vegas

Skip the Clubs and Indulge in a Wellness-Focused Weekend in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is best known for its Sin City reputation, world-class nightclubs and larger-than-life casinos. However, among the gourmet restaurants, renowned entertainment and places to gamble, it’s more than possible to indulge in a relaxing and restorative weekend in Vegas. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a much-needed girls’ trip with friends and family or you’re simply in need of some solo solace and luxury living, Las Vegas has plenty to offer in the world of wellness. From the low-key and luxe Nobu Hotel to award-winning cuisine from Chef Gordon Ramsay and Giada De Laurentiis, we’ve got you covered on how to plan the ultimate wellness weekend in Las Vegas. Weekend Wellness Las Vegas


Stay: Nobu Hotel

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Tucked away behind one of the main casino areas in Caesars is the zen lobby for Nobu Hotel. After checking in, guests are able to soar up the private elevators to their room. The rooms themselves are spacious yet cozy and include everything from a work desk to a charming couch and sitting area. The bathroom has a modern, Japanese-inspired style with warm wooden accents and a spa-inspired rain shower. Between the plush white robes and the fully stocked mini-bar, guests have everything they need to feel right at home at the elevated Nobu Hotel

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Unwind: Qua Baths and Spa

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With more than 50,000 square feet of space to explore, Qua Baths and Spa provides a truly transportive and tranquil experience for guests. While there is a diverse and exciting treatment menu to explore, the Qua Signature Mojave Rain treatment takes you on a journey and stimulates all of your senses. The aromatic essential oils put you in a trance as you receive a full-body massage. After your treatment, spend some time in the Roman Baths or cool off in the Arctic Ice Room.


Hang: Poolside in a Cabana at Caesars 

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There is nothing quite as relaxing as lounging poolside. However, we all know the pools in Las Vegas are known to get pretty rowdy. Thankfully, the Bacchus Pool at Caesars Palace offers a more secluded and peaceful experience. This pool is elevated (literally) and further away from the crowds in the main pool. The cabanas are spacious and shaded and even include a flat-screen TV, so you can remain entertained while enjoying the shade. If you plan to catch some sun, be sure to lay out with a frozen margarita in hand. 


Dine: Giada

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Located in the Cromwell Hotel, Giada is an upscale and chic spot that boasts stunning views of the strip and elevated Italian cuisine. The lemon spaghetti is one of Giada De Laurentiis’ signature dishes. This zesty pasta is both bold and refreshing, and it pairs wonderfully with the jumbo shrimp. The petite filet with a blackberry-port reduction is a stellar entree option, but if you’re looking to get a taste of everything, opt for the four-course tasting menu.

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Dine: Nobu at Paris

Though it’s just as renowned and delicious, the Nobu at Paris offers a more intimate setting when compared to the Nobu at Caesars Palace. The cozy booths and neutral color palette maintain Nobu’s upscale charm, allowing you to admire the space while sipping on a lychee martini. Since Nobu is best enjoyed when sharing plates, ask your waiter to put together the perfect spread for your party. Between the Wagyu tacos and lobster tempura, you won’t be disappointed.



Dine: Hell’s Kitchen

Whether you’re a fan of the show or simply seek the best of the best, Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen lives up to even the highest of standards. The floor-to-ceiling windows let in a ton of natural light while the open kitchen catches the eye and offers up a show. Start your meal off right with the lobster risotto and steak tartare alongside the color-changing Duchess cocktail. For the main course, Ramsay’s iconic beef Wellington is an absolute must that is always cooked to perfection. 

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Drink: Vanderpump à Paris

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When it comes to class, quality and presentation, no one does it quite like Lisa Vanderpump. Her newest restaurant at Paris Las Vegas is grandiose and stunning, featuring crystal chandeliers, massive flower arrangements and Versailles-inspired cushions. The aesthetic atmosphere is intoxicating, allowing you to live in Parisian luxury for a couple of hours during your wellness weekend. The menu looks like a vintage newspaper and features a huge array of cocktails that are all showstopping. The Louvre at First Sight is a mezcal-based drink that is served in a smoky replica of the iconic museum. Some noteworthy, innovative French dishes on the menu include the mini monsieurs, cast-iron ratatouille and the birdcage charcuterie. 


See: RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE

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RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE puts on an unforgettable show featuring several fan favorites from the Emmy Award-winning series. Everything from the comedy to the costumes is on-point, and within minutes, you’ll be dancing in your seat as you watch these queens strut down the runway. Best of all, guests are able to enjoy bar service from the comfort of their cozy booths in the Flamingo Showroom. No wellness experience is complete without a healthy dose of laughter, and this fabulous show succeeds in putting a smile on everyone’s face. 



See: Absinthe at Caesars Palace

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Dubbed the “greatest show in Las Vegas history,” Absinthe is an out-of-this-world piece of art that takes you on a stimulating and sultry journey. The comedy is pretty ruthless, so prepare to be at least slightly picked on by the host (but remember, it’s all in good fun). That said, the acrobatics and stunts seem virtually impossible, allowing you to be completely consumed by the performance. The setting is tight-knit and intimate, giving you an unobstructed view of these dramatic and daring performances. That said, if you are looking to unplug and get out of your head for an hour, Absinthe definitely needs to be added to your wellness weekend itinerary. 

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Allie Lebos graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2017 with a BA in Communication. While in school she was a staff writer at The Daily Nexus for nearly two years. Since graduating she has written for The Palisades Magazine, as well as Hidden Hills Magazine. Currently living in Santa Monica, Allie loves to indulge in good food, hot yoga, and daily walks along the beach; writing articles on travel, special events, as well as features on local businesses and individuals.




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