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Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by ClownHo, May 22, 2013.

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  1. ClownHo

    ClownHo High-Roller

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    Not sure if this counts as entertainment, but I didn't know what else to call it.

    What spa offers the best amenities. I'm not talking about the best service, I'm talking about the best sauna, steam room and/or hot tub amenities. Things you would use for an hour or two, and would pay for.
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I am a big fan of the Spa at Aria (hot tub, cold tub, patio overlooking the pools, sauna, steam room, hot stone meditation room, and eucalyptus salt room). Others will also say the Qua spa at Caesars
     
  3. Max2589

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    I was just in a Himalayan pink salt room at Revel in AC. I don't get it. I left after a few minutes. It was room temp, they say its good for the respiratory system?

    I was in an ice room at cabo last year. It's like being inside an ice machine. So cool.
     
  4. dankyone

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    I would say Encore, Qua @ CP, Aria probably in that order. Four Seasons and Mandalay Bay both were fantastic but I have not been in years. Bellagio is a little disappointing. Never been in Canyon Ranch.
     
  5. xmarksx

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    I tried Canyon Ranch last summer and the spa secton was good (granted, my opinion) not great. They did have a pretty nice steam room and some funky LED lit with aroma therapy showers. Where they did excel was the free weight section, the place has as good a weight room as I have ever used. The cardio area was also very well kept and had tons of machines. If you go to Canyon for lifting do not use the first weight room near the hotel elevators, go to the larger complex, they have two.
     
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    I've been to Encore's a half-dozen times and I highly recommend it. That being said, I am trying out Qua for the first time this summer, as I'm not staying at Encore for the first time in six years; staying for four nights at Mirage on MyVegas points. :evillaugh But that's a whole other thread on a whole other topic....
     
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    I like spas and frequent Vegas. So my favorites are qua at Caesars and the one at Mandalay bay.
     
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    I like MB, but the OP was asking about amenities and, IMO, Mandalay Bay spa is a bit lacking in that area
     
  9. roneill

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    I've only been to Qua and Aria. For me, it was ARIA hands down between the 2. Qua was crowded and not relaxing. Tons of empty water bottles around. The "snow" room wasn't working. Finally, the shower supplies were inferior in quality to what we had available to use at ARIA. You also have the vibrating chairs in the Himalayan Salt room at Aria. While the salt room is a gimmick (you have to do Salt therapy for a few days to get the benefits) the chairs with the headphones were simply amazing for relaxation. There's also a small co-ed pool outside of the Aria spa that over looks the Liquid pool which was cool.
     
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    My wife and I both like the Wynn spa a lot.
     
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