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Which Spa to choose?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by QuaDxAceZ, Dec 30, 2019.

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  1. QuaDxAceZ

    QuaDxAceZ High-Roller

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    Hello all, need some help on which spa to choose for my upcoming trip. Going with my gf and we are staying at the Vdara. We may get massages but are mostly looking at getting day passes for a few days, so would really like to pick a spa that has the best (and most) amenities to offer. I know there arent any co-ed spas but do any have co-ed areas so we can actually spend some time together while we are there?

    Would like to stay relatively close to home so which one should we go with out of Vdara, Aria, Cosmo, Bellagio?
     
  2. aspenq

    aspenq Low-Roller

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    Aria had a co-ed balcony infinity pool when I was there earlier this year.
     
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    My wife has been to Bellagio and Aria, she likes Bellagio better.
     
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    ChilliPalmer Low-Roller

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    Aria is close to you which should be a big factor. It’s not very relaxing to walk a long way or commute after each visit! It kills the vib imo.

    Aria has several CoEd spaces including an infinity room, lounge area, Stone beds, Salt Room, etc.

    I would certainly choose Aria in your spot. If you want to get a treatment I have a reccomendation for a provider.
     
  5. QuaDxAceZ

    QuaDxAceZ High-Roller

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    The infinity pool is outside correct? is that open year round?
     
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    At your location, Bellagio or Aria, in that order. If you don’t mind the excursion, then Canyon Ranch (at the Venetian) or Encore.
     
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    Yes that’s correct. And it is open year round.
     
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    Aria. Its one of the two best spas on the Strip and it has the best co-ed area of all those being mentioned in this thread
     
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    I'd recommend Aria based on the co-ed areas, including the infinity pool. My wife likes both the Aria and Bellagio spas, with no real edge to either one. Both B and Aria spas will be easy access from Vdara and you can charge everything back to your room.

    I will say we were shocked at how expensive the day passes have become - Aria is now charging $50 Mon-Thurs and $100 on the weekends. OUCH.

    Both Aria and Wynn have some pretty sweet couples massage packages with your own private room and couples hot tub access. Will be expensive. @Vegasworm covered the Aria experience in a trip report in the last year or two.
     
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    $100 for a day pass! Ouch. They must be trying to force people to buy a massage/treatment, I assume those do still come with a complementary day pass?
     
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    Aria gets the vote
     
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  12. QuaDxAceZ

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    Wow $100 is pricey, at that point it might just make sense to get a massage. Thanks for all the advice, looks like aria is the choice
     
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    Yes
     
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    Yep, and the really bad thing is that Aria doesn't offer any kind of a discount for multi-day passes any longer. I was there last week asking about day passes and the lady working the counter at the spa told me they just recently implemented this change.
     
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    My wife has been to a lot of them and Wynn after the remodel is her new favorite. No co-ed areas AFAIK but she said the amenities are great and since they're all new, they all work!
     
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