Originally Posted by docglock
How nice is the I.P. gym, do they have up to date equipment?
What Harrah's has the nicest gym and pool in Vegas.
I've only exercised at Harrah's on the strip and it was good enough for me. Since Harrah's doesn't charge resort fees it was $25/day but a third day could be had free if 2 days paid, ergo $50/3 days.
It was a bright room with all the usual equipment and I specifically liked the large containers of juice, of different varieties, which one could pour as much as one likes into individual glasses (Styrofoam). No extra charge for this and there was also fruit and definitely water bottles, again no extra charge.
Contrast this with Treasure Island which charges a resort fee ($16/day) and also advertises juice, fruit and water. the gym was dark, dingy even, and the juices were a large extra charge the figure I'm hesitant to enumerate for I still don't believe it. One of the women there at the spa told me that its only free in the spa but she had mercy on me and I received a 6 oz can of popeye orange juice. She was more than wonderful in her concern but i state this in reference to TI which should be more like their employees. End of TI rant.
Never stayed at Imperial Palace so don't know about the gym but I liked Harrah's.