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Floor-to-ceiling wood lockers, spacious gray leather benches and silver receptacles that double as hampers pepper the locker rooms at The Spa & Salon at ARIA. The space is basic luxury and supremely functional — expect typical locker-room fixtures like private dressing areas, bathrooms and showers. (All lockers are equipped with a four-digit code to protect any goods you need to stash.) And if you want to use the skin-healing Shio salt room, heated Ganbanyoku stone beds, the outdoor infinity therapy pool, or the fireside lounge and gym at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa — all of which sit just outside of the locker rooms — you will have to pay an extra $30 fee. The utter uniqueness of the facilities and healing properties of the amenities make this fee a little easier to swallow.
Locker rooms are separated into male and female areas; you are given your own locker with a personal code for security once you enter the spa.