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Find seasonal stress relief at the Spa at the Linq

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The Spa at the Linq.

Autumn is finally here, and that means pumpkin spice and vanilla are back in high demand. The Spa at the Linq is one of the latest resort destinations to offer the seasonal favorites in luxury form.

With wood and stone accents throughout, the spa transports you to a distant and beautiful destination from the moment you enter. Set your intentions for the day with a Himalayan salt crystal and leave any negative energy at the door, then lose yourself in the spa’s warm and cozy aura.

Worries slip away and senses are delighted with the new pumpkin spice and vanilla face and body package, a lush combination that ushers in the season with a relaxing vanilla desert stone massage and facial. Using Tahitian vanilla body butter and warm desert stones, the 50-minute massage eases muscle soreness and tension for a rejuvenating state of zen. Next, a 50-minute pumpkin spice facial uses natural pumpkin enzymes to exfoliate the skin, and a rich, soothing organic mask leaves the skin soft and radiant. Your skincare specialist will tailor the treatment to your needs, with attention to whatever specific care your skin requires.

As if that weren’t enough, the Spa at the Linq offers calming amenities like a sauna and hot tub, and boasts the only Himalayan salt cave on the Strip, which can help alleviate skin and respiratory ailments as well as inflammation. With discounts available to locals, a seasonal trip to the Spa at the Linq could easily become your new fall ritual. The Spa at the Linq, 702-794-3242.

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