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Spa and Casino in the American Southwest

After indulging in Sin City's guilty pleasures, take a two-hour drive to Utah's Red Mountain Spa for couples' massages, tai chi, and hiking in gorgeous national parks.

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Inspired by: Vacations Built for Two — by Hillary Geronemus, Published Apr. 2006

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    Wynn Las Vegas

    With a casino floor flooded with natural light, a botanical theme, and a collection of restaurants with rising celebrity chefs like Paul Bartolotta

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    Palms Casino Resort

    Just five minutes from the Strip, the Palms Casino Resort is a popular destination for young visitors as well as celebrities. Although the hotel of

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    Red Mountain Resort & Spa

    Secluded deep in southwestern Utah’s Grand Circle area, Red Mountain Resort’s 82 southwestern-style rooms and 24 suites take full advantage of the ... More

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    Bryce Canyon National Park

    About 250 miles northeast of Las Vegas, the famed canyon boasts unusual spindly hoodoo rock formations and yellow and lavender canyons.

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    Zion National Park

    Head to Zion National Park’s Visitor Center at the Zion Canyons entrance, where you can get oriented, and board the shuttle that goes into the stun

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