HomeTravel & LeisureLas Vegas Travel › The Newest Las Vegas Hot Spots - Page 5


who4429sp-215162-Spa Lounge-High.jpg

Las Vegas’ newest Drybar location has a prime spot within the Cosmopolitan, with expansive windows overlooking the Strip. This location of the wildly popular blowout bar offers the brand’s signature hairstyles named after cocktails. The bar theme runs deep with products such as their “Triple Sec” texturizing spray and “Hot Toddy” heat protectant lotion, plus guests have the option of a cocktail or champagne with every service.

Friday through Sunday, Drybar caters to the Vegas weekend crowd with an in-salon DJ for an upbeat, yet relaxing spa experience. Although I was sipping on champagne, I opted for the “Mai Tai” loose tousled curl look, and I fell in love with Drybar’s yummy smelling products. As someone with extremely fine hair that doesn’t hold curl well, I was skeptical that loose curls would hold up for me, but they managed to keep me looking fabulous through my Saturday and Sunday in Vegas. 

Step off the W Las Vegas elevator at the AWAY Spa (pictured) and step away into a luxurious fantasy. The curtain-lined walls are lit with green and pink lights, causing the halls to glow in soft neon hues throughout the spa. I received the appropriately named “Vegas Baby” massage treatment, which was the perfect detox after a long weekend of play. The treatment began with a lavish mud and seaweed body wrap. While the wrap was drying, the room seemed to float away during my dreamy upper body and scalp massage. My spa experience culminated with a tranquil, yet invigorating full-body massage that had me leaving the spa feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world – or at least a night on the town, where “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”