W Las Vegas Launches AWAY Spa

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W Las Vegas has announced the launch of AWAY Spa, the latest spa concept from W Hotels, offering an array of spa and salon services. AWAY Spa at W Las Vegas was developed under the leadership of spa director Shane Upson, whose personality is reflected in all elements of the spa - from the design to the treatments. 

In addition to influencing the concept and design, Upson guided the development of the spa's treatment menu. Some of the treatments custom-designed for AWAY Spa at W Las Vegas include the Vegas Vegan facial; Stoned hot stone massage; Vegas Baby hydration facial; Man Up men’s facial; and the Massage a Trois, which includes a bath soak, hydrating body wrap, scalp massage and full body massage. AWAY Spa at W Las Vegas offers ten treatment rooms, a full-service salon, a communal relaxation lounge, plus locker rooms with steam showers and over-sized experience showers. 

Upson joined AWAY Spa at W Las Vegas after working with Bliss spas for three years at the W South Beach Miami and the W West Beverly Hills. While at Bliss, he was selected to join a task force made up of three spa directors who helped create innovative ideas, retail programs, marketing concepts and training programs to be launched across the brand. 


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W Las Vegas, a 289-room tower within the SLS Las Vegas, is currently accepting reservations.The hotel has a private guest entrance and W Brand amenities, including the WET rooftop pool and The Living Room. It also has 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space, W's signature 24-hour FIT and AWAY Spa, and complete access to SLS Las Vegas' dining and nightlife venues.

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