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Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by shawnj1, Dec 16, 2016.

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  1. shawnj1

    shawnj1 Low-Roller

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    Looking for a place for the lady to get a massage. She is pregnant so I thought it would be a good break from activity for her while we are there in February. What are some good places for a massage that don't break the bank?
     
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    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    #1 follow up question when folks ask this >>> where are you staying?

    Personally, I would not go to another hotel for a massage. Many want to go back to the room and either shower, or finish freshening up afterwards - or just relax. Taking a cab, etc defeats the purpose. Next door - maybe.

    Also, you should know massages in Vegas are rather expensive - figure over $100 for 50 minutes and AUTOMATIC 20% added.
     
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    Orleans is affordable. But wherever you go, don't assume they do pregnancy massage and if they do, make sure the practitioner has been trained specifically to do them.
     
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    My wife and her friend really like the Aria.. They are planning a trip there next month.
     
  5. meyers67

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    My girlfriend was pregnant and got a massage at qua in caesars. I think she got the 80 minute massage. Around $150 I think.
     
  6. ken2v

    ken2v That was awesome

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    This. Don't go dollar-digging. Spa where you're staying. As for cost, it's a resort; it's not cheap. Don't sweat it. It's about her.
     
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    abraxis Low-Roller

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    This plus many message therapists at "lesser" spas may not specialize in prenatal massage. Those without that specialization will likely refuse to provide service to an obviously pregnant client (if she's obviously pregnant) .
     
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    I disagree, I think spa deals are definitely worth chasing. Travelzoo has several but they have a lot of restrictions so don't buy until you are sure you will use it and you have a reservation. I have had good experiences and the drift spa at the palms.
    my wife disagrees and prefers the spa where we stay, which is usually the Orleans. She has been going there for years and they know her.
    A pregnancy massage is a unique product so I suggest calling and verifying that the therapist knows what he or she is doing.
    keep in mind you will pay an extra $50 for tip and tax.
     
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