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When you visit ESPA at Vdara you’ll have access to the hot plunge pool within the spa facilities and guests of Vdara Hotel & Spa can book a special treatment at the hotel’s pool. All spa-goers have full-day access to the Las Vegas spa’s locker room, where you’ll find a redwood sauna, eucalyptus steam room and a Jacuzzi tub, which has a pretty fountain running into it and chilled towels for when you exit. There’s heated leather lounge chairs next to the plunge pool, as well, with a wave-like shape that contours to your back for extra support.
Vdara’s outdoor pool is located on the third floor and is only accessible to hotel guests — you have to have a room key card to enter — but you can book a poolside treatment through the spa there. The pool is open year-round, though it can close depending on the weather, so check with the spa for the best times.
You’ll feel like you’re on your own private getaway with a range of five treatments available in the luxe spa cabanas. There’s the pool and lounge signature massage that uses aromatherapy and full-body strokes to leave you feeling calm and relaxed, as well as the therapeutic massage, which incorporates acupressure to relieve tension in key pressure points. You can also opt for a traditional back, neck and shoulder massage that’s designed to melt away tension or go for the scalp relief massage, which reduces headaches, boosts blood flow and relieves stress. Busy bees will enjoy the Ultimate Hand & Foot Indulgence, which combines compression techniques, reflexology and the use of cool stones to release tension in overused joints.
All of the poolside treatments use all-natural skincare products from Akhassa, a Thai skincare line that features ingredients like lemongrass, kaffir lime, jasmine and hibiscus flower to nourish your skin in a peaceful atmosphere.
The use of Pool & Lounge Vdara is included in the daily resort fee, available to hotel guests only.