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CET: "Spa Access" What is it exactly?

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  1. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED Comps on my account, or blood on my knife.

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    So my wife is diamond and we're going for her birthday in June, and her sister is coming too..she wants to maybe take her to a spa and I read that Diamond get "free spa access", but we couldn't figure out exactly what that meant?
    Any help is appreciated
     
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    Tarstarkas High-Roller

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    Call and ask
     
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    VegasSchemer VIP Whale

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    You get to use the spa facilities but no service is included. That means access to the areas with hot tubs and saunas. That alone can be pretty relaxing.
     
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    TIMSPEED Comps on my account, or blood on my knife.

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    Helpful, thanks.
     
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    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    And gym access.
     
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    wanker751 Dutch Rudder Enthusiast

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    I agree, I often will buy a day pass to the spa.
     
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    Means you can go into most CET Spas for free. The ones that charge for Diamond are Caesars ($25 each person) and Linq ($15 each). all the others are no cost, good for two entries per Diamond card (7 Star gets two guests I think). Last year I went to Linq spa and was very impressed. Paid the $15.00 and was shown around the place. There was hardly anyone in the place. Very quiet and calm. The have a salt room (walls literally made of salt) that creates an interesting feeling in your lungs after about 30 minutes, this is included in the spa access. It only holds 4 people at a time and you can only go in at the top of the hour. Linq has separate male and female areas, as most places do. Great steam room and whirlpools. It is very dark inside. The spa attendants at Linq are great, as are the facilities. it is not a huge spa, but I definitely think it is worth checking out. Caesars is no doubt worth the 25 dollars, but it is much busier and a bit more energetic. They have larger tubs and rooms for sure (as well as the snow room, which is interesting), but it is not as relaxing.

    You get a robe and flip flops when you go in, as well as most things you need when you shower upon finishing up. Towels, washcloths, shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, combs, hairspray, etc... There is always fruit infused water (as well as bottled water) that is your for the taking. Linq has a 'mens lounge' with a TV, plenty of water and tea options, and several loungers. I have heard guys snoring in there. very comfortable.

    Flamingo is very dated. Paris and PH are not as dated, Ling is very modern, as is Caesars.

    It is a great escape from the smokiness and bustle of the casino floor. You truly do leave there refreshed. Hope that helps!
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    This. And at certain properties (Ballys for example) spa access may also be included in the hotel's resort fee.
     
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    TIMSPEED Comps on my account, or blood on my knife.

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    Exactly what I was looking for, Thanks!
     
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