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The foot treatment at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is actually one of its most popular. Washing the feet of your guests is an honor in many Asian cultures and one you’ll appreciate at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star spa. The soothing treatment begins with a hot foot bath steeped with herbs to soothe tired feet. After a nice soak, you’re escorted to a reclining lounge chair that overlooks Las Vegas Boulevard to choose your particular treatment.
The Detoxify foot treatment ($100 weekday, $120 weekend) starts with a Chinese spearmint foot bath, followed by an exfoliation with lemongrass soap. Your feet are then wrapped in a detoxifying mask of warm ginger and black pepper, and herbal compresses are placed on reflexology points along your feet and legs. An application of cooling lemongrass cream finishes things off.
The Replenish treatment ($100 weekday, $120 weekend) also begins with a Chinese spearmint foot bath and exfoliation, but then continues with a White Clay and Ylang Ylang foot mask. Herbal compress are placed on your feet and legs and a lemongrass cream massage nourishes and soothes your feet.
The Revitalize ($75 weekday, $90 weekend) is a shorter treatment (25 minutes versus 45 for the Detoxify and Replenish treatments) that involves a refreshing spritz, warm towels placed over your feet, an energizing foot scrub and an application of lemongrass cream. It’s just what you need after a long day walking the Las Vegas Strip.