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Gym at Venetian/Palazzo?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by UKFanatic, Nov 23, 2015.

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  1. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Is there any type of gym or exercise room for guests staying at V/P? I am at Palazzo next week and would love to get a little exercise in while I am there. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks
     
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    I know there's definitely a gym. I also believe there's a climbing wall as well which is fairly unique for the strip.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Any idea where it is? Is there a fee?
     
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    There is a fee and its located between the venetian and palazzo on the 4th floor. The fee is usually part of the resort fee, so you should have access to the gym automatically. If you want to hit the spa then its about $35, but its not worth it at all unless your doing a massage.
     
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    Palazzo has a gym on the same floor as the Canyon Ranch Spa. Pretty sure it's the 2nd floor.
    It's $40 for a day passport. Might be included in your reservation/package?
    Are you in on a comp or marketing offer? A host could probably cover it for you.
     
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    I'm fairly confident my host will take care of it. I was just curious. Thanks for all the info
     
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    Canyon Ranch is huge. I've been to just about every gym/spa on the strip. The fitness center at Canyon Ranch I believe is the largest one. LOTS of machines, the rock climbing wall, rooms for fitness classes, etc. etc.
     
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    The Palazzo has a gym located near the Canyon Ranch Grill. I believe it's located on the same level as the pool entrance. There is also a gym on the Venetian side on the 4th floor and access is via a staircase near the Canyon Ranch Cafe. I believe both gyms are connected via a loooong hallway running through Canyon Ranch Spa. If I remember correctly, the Palazzo gym was a bit smaller/less equipment than the Venetian side, but they both are not extremely large. The last time I went to the Palazzo gym, all the treadmills and ellipticals were taken so they told me that I could go to the Venetian gym if I wanted to. I just waited a few minutes until someone was done. Hope this helps!
     
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    The exercise/spa complex at Venelazzo is pretty nice, and is part of the resort fee.
     
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    Canyon at at V/P is the biggest of any fitness centers on the strip! In fact anywhere in Vegas (that I've been)
     
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