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Lucky Dragon offers radiating relaxation at Sothys Spa

Founded in 1946 in Paris, Sothys has delivered ski and body care to women and men for decades. Now it’s at the Lucky Dragon.
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A rejuvenating facial and a therapeutic massage can do wonders for the mind and body, which is the primary goal of the experts at Sothys Spa inside the Lucky Dragon.

Founded in 1946 as a beauty institute in Paris, Sothys has delivered professional skin and body care to women and men across the globe for decades. Named after the ancient Egyptian word for the brightest star in the sky (Sothis, or Sopdet, was known for her radiating beauty), the spa offers an intimate and luxurious setting for all of your relaxation needs.

Start with a calming foot-soak ritual before moving on to a more targeted treatment. Tight and aching muscles are often a symptom of stress, but Sothys’ deep-tissue massage can loosen up knots and ease soreness, bringing vitality and movement back to tired, overworked limbs.

Lucky Dragon's Sothys Spa

Skin looking parched and dehydrated from the dry desert heat? Look no further than the Siberian ginseng energizing treatment. On the day of your facial, an aesthetician will provide a skin consultation before determining which products are best for your skin. Ginseng, it turns out, is a wonder ingredient that optimizes the skin’s resistance to stress, while a gentle, relaxing facial massage boosts blood flow, giving way to a brighter, more youthful complexion.

Lucky Dragon is known for its friendly and hospitable staff, and Sothys Spa continues that standard of excellence. No matter your skin concerns, Sothys can help you look and feel your best. From the moment you step into the lobby, you’ll know you’re in good hands. Sothys Spa at Lucky Dragon, 702-579-1277; Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-7 p.m, Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

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