Last edit: wpsteel66 on Friday, 17th March 2017 10:34 am
Last response by Heresiarch 20th March 5:15pm
The Board has been slow for the past couple weeks so I am throwing out a topic for discussion…
Rank the best to worst Vegas casino fitness centers (FC).
I know many people do not travel to Vegas with fitness/working out in their daily plans…but this is part of my routine…plus I do not feel guilty while committing one of my deadly sins (gluttony) when consuming mass quantities of calories at the buffet.
Here is my ranking of Vegas casino fitness centers…
Top of the chart: Aria
Close runner up: Caesar’s Palace
Honorable mention: The Cromwell, Wynn, Vdara, Mirage
Just okay: NYNY, Monte Carlo
Could be much better: Mandalay Bay, Delano
Downright bad: Planet Ho, Paris
Key features that increase a fitness center’s ranking are many types of equipment, the number of machines and weight options (ie, quantities), plus spacious area. One thing I find appealing is a window to the outside (Aria, CP, Cromwell, Vdara), so you can see what is going on outside and/or the weather. Another nice feature is a few flat screen TVs that are working and on ESPN or other sports show.
For the property/hotel size of Planet Ho and Paris, the FC at both places is small, the equipment is old, and the room needs to be remodeled/updated. Also, not many machines or space. I was disappointed in both facilities. Glad the resort fee paid for entrance to the FC because I would not have paid to use those FCs.
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Heresiarch responded on Monday, 20th March 2017
I thought this thread was going to be about association football. Yet I clicked it anyway.
Only one of these that I've been to is the MB/Delano club, and I agree that it could be better. Kinda small, no outside view, not much repetition of machines. It worked for my workout, though. I'd like to see more comments here, even though it's not really a factor in deciding where I stay.