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The fitness center at the JW Marriott is exceptional in both layout and vibe -- high ceilings, spread out equipment, and plenty of light.

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 The fitness center at the JW Marriott is exceptional in both layout and vibe -- high ceilings, spread out equipment, and plenty of light.
The fitness center at the JW Marriott is exceptional in both layout and vibe -- high ceilings, spread out equipment, and plenty of light. This fitness studio overlooks the spa's patio and hydrotherapy pool. The only catch: This great gym is attached to the hotel's spa, so guests need to either shell out $25 to use it, or splurge on a spa treatment to access it. For guests who don't want to pay, the hotel also has a smaller, 24-hour complimentary gym, but it's essentially just fitness equipment in a hotel suite. The fitness center at the Four Seasons is not just big but also bright, thanks to a wall of windows letting in natural light. And thanks to the gym's size, we didn't have to wait for the free weights or strength-training machines. Staff members bring exercisers water and clean towers, and we loved that Gatorade and lemon water were always on offer. Green Valley's fitness center has more cardio machines than its guests will ever need, and access to it is free to boot (well, it's covered by the mandatory daily resort fee). The Wynn's fitness center is one of the best -- but also one of the most expensive -- in Las Vegas. Each cardio machine has a personal TV monitor and is prepped with a Wynn-brand bottle of water and a towel. And as for attention to detail: Each TV monitor comes with a guide to the channels (something other hotels fail to offer). The "free" fruit here comes with a price tag: using the gym here will set guests back $30, though that fee includes access to the spa's locker rooms, hot tub, steam shower, and sauna. The Palazzo shares a fitness center and the Canyon Ranch Spa with its sister hotel, The Venetian. Their facility includes the indoor rock climbing wall seen here. The shared fitness center also has a huge range of cardio and strength equipment (all with video monitors). In addition to a large number of cardio machines, the gym shared by The Venetian and The Palazzo has plenty of room to work on the floor. Yoga and spinning classes are on offer as well. A more than ample supply of excellent-condition Cybex strength-training and cardio equipment (20 treadmills!) in this 6,000-square-foot gym assures that there's little to no wait for machines. Exercise bikes come with their own individual TVs, or guests can watch one of the nine flat-screens seamlessly embedded in the center's mirrored wall. The $25 per day price here includes access to the spa's four whirlpools, eucalyptus steam room, and sauna. For an extra $40, you can take one of the Pilates, cardio, and body-sculpting classes at the bamboo-floored, 1,000-square-foot exercise studio. Packed with brand-new TechnoGym cardio and strength-training equipment, the fitness center boasts refrigerated bottled water and lofty floor-to-ceiling windows looking out on the pool. Of course, you can also splurge on a personal training session with |Jeff Monroe. The daily $15 resort fee covers gym entrance. The fitness center is big, and feels even larger with its especially high ceilings. There are about 15 cardio machines (ellipticals and treadmills) along with ample free weights and weight training machines. The cost is steep -- $45 to use the spa and fitness center, and $25 just to use just the fitness center -- but the price includes an on-site fitness concierge trained to offer any guest a specialized fitness regimen. (Harrah's Rewards Club Members, however, get discounted prices -- and guess what, it's free to sign up at the hotel and become a member.) The cardio machines with individual TV monitors and top-notch weight training machines are superb, like just about everything else at the Encore. The $30 fee to access it is steep, but it includes access to the incredibly lavish spa facilities (sauna, steam rooms, showers, locker rooms, and hot tubs). This clean, spacious, well-equipped fitness center at the MGM Grand includes several rows of elliptical machines and treadmills, high ceilings, and natural light from large windows looking out over the expansive pool area. Gym-only passes are $15 per day Mondays through Thursdays, or $25 if you also want access to spa facilities (on the weekends, the only option is $35, but you'll have access to both the gym and spa facilities). A gym pass also gets you access to a nice spread of fruit, water bottles, magazines, and towels.