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The wet areas at The Spa & Salon at ARIA are a highlight of the Las Vegas spa. Whatever you do, be sure to allow loads of time before and after your treatments to enjoy the spectacular facilities; the 80,000-square-foot spa is not the place for a quick facial or massage. The luxurious wet areas include the Shio Salt Room, where you can inhale the salt air while relaxing on sound therapy chairs that vibrate with the music streaming through the headsets. An infinity-edge therapy pool is located on the balcony and includes padded chaise lounges. The salt room and outdoor therapy pool are both co-ed. In addition to a steam room and sauna, wet areas off the men’s and women’s locker rooms each include three whirlpools set to different temperatures. Women are also treated to Vichy showers designed to exfoliate skin. And while not technically part of the wet areas, we also love the co-ed meditation room featuring Ganbanyoku stone beds. These Japanese beds help relax muscles and promise to boost your metabolism. The beds are just another way the spa’s facilities stand out in this competitive market. You can enjoy the amenities without booking a treatment. A day pass at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa costs $30 per person for CityCenter guests and $40 per person for non-CityCenter guests, and three day passes are available for $80.