I've been to a lot of Vegas spas and this one is small, but quiet, and big on the personal attention. I had a massage on one day and a facial on another. When I arrived both times, I was given a "ticket" to access the spa. I was asked if I needed a safe, or just a locker, and then offered tea, coffee, or water. The spa host gave me a tour and brought me to a locker.
Again, this place is small, so if you're looking for salt rooms, cold plunges, or multiple hot tubs, it's not for you. The trade off is that although there were others there, for the most part, I felt like I had the place to myself.
The amenities are: hot tub, steam room, and sauna. They have two zero gravity loungers near the hot tub and a bunch of sofa-type loungers in the relaxation room. There are "snacks" but they are just granola bars and apples.
My massage was with Giovanna and she was amazing. It was the best massage I ever had! She was very professional and listened to my concerns. My facial was with Shannon, and she was also awesome. Again, personalized service and really knowledgeable service providers are what make this place really shine!
As to why I gave it 4 out of 5: the cellphones. I was really tired of seeing other women in the spa with their cellphones. You're told when you check in that cell phones aren't allowed. However, there were plenty of women breaking the rule and spa hosts said nothing. One particularly annoying moment was watching a spa host give a tour to a woman who was chatting away on her phone. The spa needs to do better about enforcing its own policies in that regard.