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IMPERIAL HEALTH SPA ****** LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.theimperialspa.com/aboutus.php Imperial Health Spa is one of my most favorite places in Vegas. I go to this Korean- inspired wellness oasis as often as I can to forget all about the cold, cruel world (in the summer it’s the HOT, cruel world); I take a deep breath, stop my brain from racing and for the next 5 hrs or so immerse in pure relaxation combined with some extremely effective detox. In between I gorge myself on Glamour, InStyle, Vogue and feel very happy with myself and the Universe indeed. If you would like to also experience similar magnificent bliss, here is what you can expect :-). When you enter the establishment, a member of the staff (so far everybody has been quite lovely) will equip you with towels, a cotton T-shirt and shorts and a pair of awkward looking rubber shoes. My advice would be to bring you own, because those loaners might fill your mind with a few doubts. You will also receive a key to your locker; you can leave your street shoes in a smaller one located right outside the changing room, it will have the same number. The locker rooms are spacious, with a well-designed vanity area where you can put on make-up, style your hair or attend to your other grooming needs. They even provide such basics as hair spray, gel, body lotion etc. The downstairs section is gender specific, so pretty much everybody walks around in the nude or wearing a towel, but if you are uncomfortable with that you can also leave your bathing suit on. In case you want to use any of the tubs or the Jacuzzi, however, you have to let go of your inhibitions and strip, because no garments are allowed in the water. For those of you who are somewhat body- conscious and maybe a little embarrassed I can assure you that I have seen every possible type of figure there and really, truly, nobody cares :-). It’s just us girls, so you can let your hair down and relax, nobody will judge you! Besides the 2 different tubs (hot and cold) and the Jacuzzi this area also offers a salt dry sauna, a Swedish dry sauna (this one is very hot),  two steam-rooms, a grooming corner and, of course, showers. Off to the side from the locker room you will find a lounging room where you can rest, but there are also comfy chairs around the tubs, so I usually just hang out there with my friend (or magazines if friend otherwise engaged). The upstairs zone does not separate sexes, so here is where the peculiar pants and shirts come in. Nudity is not permitted here, therefore you are required to wear them while using the facilities. I must admit that at first I was not convinced, but they turned out to much less of a bother than I imagined. The only problem I ran into was the unfortunate circumstance that sometimes I end up with a pair of shorts way too big for me and am in constant fear of them falling down and thus exposing my derriere to the assorted Spa guests. So far so good though, my honor has remained intact :-). In this section you can visit several different therapeutic rooms like the Red Clay Ball Room (the most awesome invention, you just lie in a bed of little hot clay balls, which provide additional massaging action on top of making you sweat all your toxins out), Clay Jade Room, Red Clay Room (with little caves of sorts, where you crawl in and relax in the infrared light and soothing heat, very cozy!). You can also make use of the ice-room to cool down after a good sweating session and even have a meal, as the on-site restaurant carries an array of Korean dishes and refreshments. And if you feel in sudden need of a restoring nap, the reclining chairs situated in the common area are so inviting I have seen people dozing off in them many a time. Last but not least, if you wish to indulge in any of the typical Spa services like facials or massages, you have the opportunity to do it there, too. Just make sure to schedule your appointment in advance to avoid disappointment. I would recommend Imperial Spa very highly to anybody who wants to experience all the benefits that this detoxifying haven can provide. I does have a few flaws (although reasonably clean, it is not perfect and could also use a little more variety in their therapeutic facilities), but all in all it’s still great. By visiting this venue not only will you do something for your general health (using the sauna improves metabolism on top of ridding you of nasty toxins), but you will also be able to calm your mind and recharge your internal batteries.
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IMPERIAL HEALTH SPA ****** LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.theimperialspa.com/aboutus.php Imperial Health Spa is one of my most favorite places in Vegas. I go to this Korean-inspired wellness oasis as often as I can to forget all about the cold, cruel world (in the summer it’s the HOT, cruel world); I take a deep breath, stop my brain from racing and for the next 5 hrs or so immerse in pure relaxation combined with some extremely effective detox. In between I gorge myself on Glamour, InStyle, Vogue and feel very happy with myself and the Universe indeed. If you would like to also experience similar magnificent bliss, here is what you can expect :-). When you enter the establishment, a member of the staff (so far everybody has been quite lovely) will equip you with towels, a cotton T-shirt and shorts and a pair of awkward looking rubber shoes. My advice would be to bring you own, because those loaners might fill your mind with a few doubts. You will also receive a key to your locker; you can leave your street shoes in a smaller one located right outside the changing room, it will have the same number. The locker rooms are spacious, with a well-designed vanity area where you can put on make- up, style your hair or attend to your other grooming needs. They even provide such basics as hair spray, gel, body lotion etc. The downstairs section is gender specific, so pretty much everybody walks around in the nude or wearing a towel, but if you are uncomfortable with that you can also leave your bathing suit on. In case you want to use any of the tubs or the Jacuzzi, however, you have to let go of your inhibitions and strip, because no garments are allowed in the water. For those of you who are somewhat body-conscious and maybe a little embarrassed I can assure you that I have seen every possible type of figure there and really, truly, nobody cares :-). It’s just us girls, so you can let your hair down and relax, nobody will judge you! Besides the 2 different tubs (hot and cold) and the Jacuzzi this area also offers a salt dry sauna, a Swedish dry sauna (this one is very hot),  two steam-rooms, a grooming corner and, of course, showers. Off to the side from the locker room you will find a lounging room where you can rest, but there are also comfy chairs around the tubs, so I usually just hang out there with my friend (or magazines if friend otherwise engaged). The upstairs zone does not separate sexes, so here is where the peculiar pants and shirts come in. Nudity is not permitted here, therefore you are required to wear them while using the facilities. I must admit that at first I was not convinced, but they turned out to much less of a bother than I imagined. The only problem I ran into was the unfortunate circumstance that sometimes I end up with a pair of shorts way too big for me and am in constant fear of them falling down and thus exposing my derriere to the assorted Spa guests. So far so good though, my honor has remained intact :-). In this section you can visit several different therapeutic rooms like the Red Clay Ball Room (the most awesome invention, you just lie in a bed of little hot clay balls, which provide additional massaging action on top of making you sweat all your toxins out), Clay Jade Room, Red Clay Room (with little caves of sorts, where you crawl in and relax in the infrared light and soothing heat, very cozy!). You can also make use of the ice-room to cool down after a good sweating session and even have a meal, as the on-site restaurant carries an array of Korean dishes and refreshments. And if you feel in sudden need of a restoring nap, the reclining chairs situated in the common area are so inviting I have seen people dozing off in them many a time. Last but not least, if you wish to indulge in any of the typical Spa services like facials or massages, you have the opportunity to do it there, too. Just make sure to schedule your appointment in advance to avoid disappointment. I would recommend Imperial Spa very highly to anybody who wants to experience all the benefits that this detoxifying haven can provide. I does have a few flaws (although reasonably clean, it is not perfect and could also use a little more variety in their therapeutic facilities), but all in all it’s still great. By visiting this venue not only will you do something for your general health (using the sauna improves metabolism on top of ridding you of nasty toxins), but you will also be able to calm your mind and recharge your internal batteries.
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