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Spa deals or packages

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Firehawk, Mar 8, 2013.

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  1. Firehawk

    Firehawk Tourist

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    Wasnt sure where to post this so if this is not the right board apologies in advance. I am taking the wife with me this trip and since she is not a gambler and I wanted to do something nice looking at doing a spa package for her. Gives her some much needed relaxation and me a little bit more gambling time. Looking for suggestions either recommended to go or STAY AWAY from. We are staying at the Stratosphere but am definitely willing to book one someplace else. Thanks in advance. :peace:
     
  2. HoyaHeel

    HoyaHeel Grammar Police & Admin

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    I did the monthly special at A Touch of Las Vegas (off strip, on Dean Martin behind Bellagio) last month and it was really nice. If you spend a minimum amount, they'll shuttle you to the hotel too. Cheaper than Strip hotel spas, but also not the amenities -no whirlpool, steam rooms etc. I didn't need that - just wanted a nice massage & facial.

    Keep an eye on Groupon& Travelzoo for spa specials as well, if you don't mind traveling. I don't know anything about the spa at Strat - sorry. I've used the spas at Golden Nugget, Luxor, Palms, and many times at Aladdin/Planet Hollywood, and they were all fine.
     
  3. Backagain1

    Backagain1 High-Roller

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    I did some research and found the Qua Spa to be a good one as well as you pay 45.00 and can hang around at the different areas of the spa, sauna etc.
    The American Casino Guide book has a coupon for the free area (similar to Qua) and I might be using this but from what I found the Qua gets high ratings.
     
  4. Firehawk

    Firehawk Tourist

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    Thanks for the info, I'll definitely look into them.
     
  5. luvzmuzik

    luvzmuzik Tourist

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    Qua Spa at Ceasar's is pricey but total relaxation and indulgence. If you buy a service, such as a massage, you are allowed to spend as much time - all day if you want - at the spa that day and will have use of fitness center, sauna, pools, showers, etc. Complimentary snacks are part of the deal too. It's really nice!
     
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    For value, Golden Nugget always has some type of deal going on...through Groupon and Living Social almost every week at times, but also worth checking their websites and/or calling. I got a massage at Bally's in December because I called them up and found out if I went at 8 am on Monday, the massage would be $79...when I got there, they also let me use my 20% off coupon so I ended up getting a great deal. I'd also say maybe consider finding a couple of these deals and send her to a few different treatments on different days...also let's her find out which spa(s) she would prefer for future reference.
     
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