Where To Relax: The Spa & Salon At ARIA The first order of business? Hit the slots and slap together the $30 it costs to gain entry into this impressive 80,000 square-foot oasis. Trust us, you'll be glad you did. Once inside, take advantage of the heated Japanese Ganbanyoku stone beds (the only ones in the country, might we add) that soothe muscles and eliminate toxins (i.e. massive quantities of caffeine consumed on the drive in) from the body.
Tammilee Tillison writes: “We find that a trip to Las Vegas can be either really expensive or really cost-effective depending on what you like to do and whether you spend any time at the tables or slot machines. We are not huge gamblers so we go to Las Vegas for the sites, people watching, amazing food, shows, and so much more. I love how many free things there are to do in Las Vegas.”