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spa @ aria?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by random512, Oct 3, 2015.

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  1. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    From what I've read, people really like the spa @ Aria. I'll be staying @ Aria @ the end of the month and was wondering what are the highlights of the Aria spa? Are there any standout features @ the Aria spa that I should take advantage of? Why do people like the spa @ Aria so much?
     
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    Been a while since my wife and I have used it, but I do recall it being really nice. While the pre-massage treatments were in isolated men/women locker rooms (e.g. the steam room, sauna, etc) I remember there was a sitting pool/jacuzzi tub that was central to the two locker rooms, situated outside, with a view of the pools area I think - where I could relax with my wife prior to our massage time. If you are going with a significant other I'd recommend finding and making use of that to share the experience.

    The facilities were really high-end, the staff were great, probably the most relaxed we've been in a spa on the strip.
     
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    Char1 High-Roller

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    Wife and I were there at the end of August.

    The main difference I enjoyed is the co-ed outdoor pool area over looking Liquid lounge area.

    Peaceful, serene, and relaxing after a nice massage.

    For a couples experience I have to rate this better than the Encore spa we were at last year.
     
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    JoJoR High-Roller

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    I think one of the selling points for Aria's spa is the co-ed space. Most spas are segregated but Aria has the ganbanyoku beds, the salt room, and the outdoor patio available to everyone.
     
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    Same as above. Make sure you take advantage of the salt room and hot stone bed room
     
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    shemesh Low-Roller

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    Why not go next door to Mandarin Oriental? I personally did not like the hotel, but the spa seems great?
     
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