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Aria Spa Question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by vegas_or_bust, Aug 11, 2014.

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  1. vegas_or_bust

    vegas_or_bust High-Roller

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    My wife and I have stayed at the Aria several times, but we have never utilized the spa services. We are staying at Mirage this trip, but we plan to check out the spa at Aria one day. My question is this: is there a separate gym inside the spa at Aria that you get access to with a day-pass, or is it the same gym that regular guests get to utilize as part of the resort fee (which is right outside the spa)?

    I am guessing there isn't a separate gym inside the spa, but who knows. Thanks in advance for your feedback! :beer:
     
  2. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    Same gym as you'd get if you were staying at the hotel. I find it a little bit small but the equipment to be really good.
     
  3. vegas_or_bust

    vegas_or_bust High-Roller

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    Yes, the gym is quite nice when considering that every hotel guest can use it (probably the nicest on the strip in that regard). Thanks for the response!
     
  4. undathesea

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    Interesting. I don't find it small at all. It's not a Gold's Gym, but it's certainly bigger than the other strip gyms I've been in.
     
  5. easystreet57

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    We just returned from a stay at the Aria which included a visit to the Spa. Although we did not use the fittness room, you do pass by it on the way to the spa area after the sign-in desk.From what we seen, it did not appear small or cramped and struck us as being clean and orderly, for what we could tell walking by, as is just about everything at Aria. There was not a lot of people using it, this was a Friday afternoon approx. 3 pm.
    A few notes on the Spa area if you have not researched it already. $30 per day for hotel guest, $40 for non-hotel guest, to use the spa facilities, no services. Issued wristban good all day, can leave and come back.
    Very nice facility with some added touches such as the "salt room" and the "stone beds" which are included in the base addmission price, along with the expected wet and dry sauna, hot tubs and the co-ed pool on an outdoor baloncy, overlooking "Liquid Pool". The latter means that you get to listen to the DJ and watch the young people if your there in the afternoon on weekend days.
    All and all, one of the nicer spa area we have visited in Vegas. Lots of freebie all around, like water, juice and trail mix.Clean and large shower and locker area. Some relaxing rooms, as well as a "fireside room" on first level, just for hanging out.
    Note on the stone beds, they are very popular and the room only contains six beds, some folks were waiting outside the door for next available. Whenever you see the opportunity don't wait. They are large enough to lay side by side with your "honey" if you chose, or if a slow day you can each get your own.
    Hope this helps, enjoy Vegas
     
  6. heatherlovesvegas

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    I just went to Aria spa, the gym looks big, and state of the art. I didn't use it though. I'm pretty sure it's all the same gym, they don't have a ghetto "cardio room" like Mandalay Bay does.

    The spa is wonderful, worth checking out. I would go early or on a weekday though, as it could get busy. I liked the salt room, and it was fun trying the granite beds. I didn't have an issues getting in either room... but yes, if you went on a Saturday I would guess it would be full.

    It was just a great way to kill a few hours!
     
  7. Alexk

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    I was concerned paying $30 but the spa was wonderful, the only concern there was not enough loungers.
     
  8. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I agree. But I think that about virtually every spa
     
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