Is that snow falling indoors in Las Vegas?

It sure is! This is a view of icy spa treatments available at the arctic ice room of the Qua spa of Caesars Palace, where the snow falls all year round.
In the spa Qua’s Arctic Ice Room, ’snow’ gently descends from a domed ceiling through mint-infused air chilled to 55 F (13 C). As per the spa: Heated floors and benches comfort you in the crisp 55 degree room as falling snow relieves your stress.
Qua’s ice room, the only one of its kind in the United States, comes from the millennia-old European bathing tradition of using snow to cleanse the body, said Don Genders, a partner of Eurospa Technologies LLC, the room’s creator. Ice is available in the room for those who want to rub it on steaming skin.
Is the snow real?
No, it’s fake. It is made from 98 percent water and 2 percent chemical solution that is harmless. The concoction, similar to that used in movie sets, isn’t at all cold. It dissolves within a couple minutes after being churned out by a machine manufactured by an Anderson, Ala.-based company called SnowMasters.
The blue pebble and mosaic tile-encrusted cold room at Qua Baths and Spa is just the latest feature in a booming Las Vegas spa industry. When it opened in November, Qua doubled the size of Caesars’ previous spa to 50,000 square feet, and other spas, such as Spa Bellagio at The Bellagio hotel-casino and Canyon Ranch SpaClub at The Venetian have or are expanding, as well.
Spa revenue has been growing by about 18 per cent a year since 2003 and was worth nearly $US10 billion ($A11.87 billion) two years ago, according to the latest numbers from the International Spa Association.
Well I think snow when it is 120 degrees outside is a crazy idea, sure to work in a city like Las Vegas.
Source: The Age