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Spa Help

Va Beach, Virginia
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Spa Help

Okay, I will be in Vegas in April and will be staying at the Flamingo. I am thinking about getting a spa treatment. Has anyone gotten treatments from their spa and was it worth it and did you like the facility? I am also looking at the spa at TI so any opinions on them would help too. I know the Canyon Ranch and Bellagio spas are the best but I cannot afford them. This will be my first "spa" experience. Thanks for your opinions and time.

Va Beach, Virginia
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NEW JERSEY
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I don't think you can go to Bellagio's spa

unless you are a hotel guest anyway. For

what you pay, Flamingo is a good facility.

You'll pay around $70-$80 for a massage.

Paris has a nicer facility and you do not have to be a hotel guest but, a massage will

cost $120-$140. Which ever you choose,

reserve before you leave home so, you get a time that works with your plans.

Kingman, Arizona
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I have had good experiences at the TI SPA. Not as fancy as some but good services and nice people.

Tucson, Arizona
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I had a swedish massage at TI and was very happy! My friend had the Desert stone massage and said it was the best masage she ever had!I believe they were both around $140.oo for a little over an hour! If you are not a guest you might have to pay the $20 spa fee, not sure.

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I have spa treatments with each of my trips to Las Vegas. I wasn't impressed with Canyon Ranch,and MGM. Mirage was my favorite and unfortunately, that was a few years back.

During my next Las Vegas adventure, I plan to try the Elmis spa at Aladdin.

Try the spa where you stay.

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I agree with NYLady, go to the spa where you are staying.

It is a drag to get all relaxed and then have to get dressed, and catch a dirty cab back to your hotel.

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I agree with NY and VO, go to the flamingo spa. There is just something about being able to go to the spa in your comfy clothes and flip flops, not worry about what you look like, just feel amazing. It sounds like you have not had services before? I would recommend a massage most definately (remember to drink plenty of H20) The ultimate massage sounds great. Enjoy!!

Va Beach, Virginia
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Thank you all very much. I have never been to a spa in my life. Staying at my own hotel seemed like the logical thing to do. I am looking forward to treating myself for once.

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I would visit the spa in the hotel in which I was staying, also--so much more convenient. However, PLEASE get dressed in street clothes before going back to your room.

While we were visiting the Bellagio last month, we saw a man walking from the spa pressumably to his room--right through the lobby and toward the casino, mind you--in his white terry bath robe. Seemed a bit casual for the Bellagio . . . but hey, it's Vegas I guess :)