We get it, the holiday season can be a stressful one. Whether you need a break or are just looking to treat yourself for a successful season, check out these activities and places that will help you get some R&R in Vegas.
Sometimes a tasty meal in a world-class restaurant is the key to finding wellness in Las Vegas. From breakfast, lunch, and dinner to casual, fancy, and fun, find every type of restaurant that tickles your fancy on and off the Strip. The D is home to Andiamo Steakhouse, a classy restaurant with American steaks and Italian flavor. Circa Resort & Casino offers some of the most delicious sandwiches in the world at Saginaw’s, a more casual joint. And for a lively dining experience, the Mayfair Supper Club is an absolute must with live music and dancers.
A relaxing vacation activity to add to your itinerary is a walk inside the Bellagio Conservatory to gaze at the breathtaking botanical gardens. These gardens are unlike any other with giant floral artwork and arrangements that are changed each season. A cool fun fact to note is that 90 percent of the trees, flowers, and plants in the conservatory are recycled as the displays rotate throughout the year.
Sit down, relax, and enjoy the scenery as you ride in one of the famous gondolas at the Venetian. As you coast down the Grand Canal, take in the sights of the bridges, shops, and beautifully painted ceiling or opt for the outside tour to see the sights of the Vegas Strip.
One of the best parts about a relaxing vacation in Vegas during winter is the cooler temperatures. Take advantage of the gorgeous weather by heading outdoors to hike around the city’s most well known parks. There’s a long list of amazing hikes that take you around places like Red Rock Canyon and Valley of Fire State Park.
For a special day of pampering, make an appointment at one of the many renowned spas in Las Vegas. No matter what kind of atmosphere or treatments you’re looking for, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect one for your needs. Here are a few notable spas to place at the top of your list:
Finding activities for wellness in Las Vegas doesn’t have to be limited to the typical spa day and retail therapy. Learn more about the history and culture of Vegas by touring a couple popular museums like the Mob Museum that has artifacts and displays showcasing the mafia era of Vegas.
The Neon Museum is another unique spot that houses iconic, preserved Las Vegas signs dating all the way back to the 1950s and beyond.
Take a break from buying gifts for other people and focus on yourself with some good ole’ retail therapy. Las Vegas is a heaven-send for shopping lovers and with so many stores to choose from, this activity can last you all day!
Looking for high-end stores and luxury brands? The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian will make your jaw drop. Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, and Banana Republic are the tip of the iceberg when it comes to signature shops at this mall.
For other shopping destinations with a mix of costly and affordable stores, check out the Las Vegas North and South Premium Outlets, as well as the Miracle Mile Shops and the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
You don’t come across hot springs very often, so might as well check them off the bucket list while on a relaxing vacation in Vegas! Nevada has over 250 natural hot springs to choose from, so all you need to do is research the ones that fit your preferences. Some require quite an off-roading adventure, while others are easier to reach. Here are a few that are relatively close to Vegas:
While Las Vegas is known for its wild parties and contagious energy, it doubles as a top destination for relaxing vacations. Unwind and relax this holiday season by treating yourself to these activities that are guaranteed to make your time in Vegas one you’ll look back on for years to come. Book a room at the D in Downtown Las Vegas to complete your relaxing Vegas getaway!