Health Clubs & Gyms
At a Glance
What is it?
Most hotels have fitness centers or gyms that are available to guests, either for a daily charge (which can run from $15-30) or as part of the resort fee if your hotel is charging one. There are also independent gyms around town that offer day passes to non-members. See additional information below.
Where is it?
There are gyms all over town. Check the additional information below for locations or check with your hotel concierge for one nearest to you if you don’t feel like using the hotel gym.
Is it worth the cost?
The hotel gyms are outrageously overpriced – $30 a day to walk on a treadmill?? You can save yourself some money and have better equipped facilities by going elsewhere.
Why should I go here?
Exactly how many times did you go back to the carving station at the buffet?
What else do I need to know?
If you are a member of a national chain like 24 Hour Fitness, Gold’s Gym, or Curves, they have locations here that you may be able to use.
What’s the bottom line?
Put down the oversized novelty drink and get some exercise, would ya?
As mentioned above, most hotels have gyms that vary in size, quality, and cost. The smaller and cheaper the hotel the smaller and less-well-equipped the gym will be but at the fancier places like Bellagio, Caesars Palace, and Wynn Las Vegas, their workout facilities rival major fitness centers for their size and scope.
Usage of the gyms is not free, generally speaking. Most charge a daily fee that can range anywhere from $15-30 per day per person. This fee usually gets you access to the spa facilities as well like the sauna, jacuzzi, etc. Many hotels that charge those nefarious “Resort Fees” are including gym access in the daily charge so it won’t cost you anything extra but it still isn’t free.
If you are already a member of a national chain gym in your hometown, they may have an outlet here in Vegas that you can use for no additional cost. 24 Hour Fitness, for example, has more than a dozen clubs around the Las Vegas area.
There are some local gyms that offer day passes to visitors. Ask the front desk or hotel concierge for the ones nearest you.