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any types of rooms to *avoid* @ aria?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by random512, Sep 19, 2015.

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  1. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    Hi, are there any types of rooms to *avoid* @ Aria? Could be a particular floor, a particular location on the floor, a particular view, type of room, etc?
     
  2. UKFanatic

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    Not really. I have stayed on many different rooms with different floors and views and never had a bad one. The only advice I would offer is that the corner suite is not worth any type of upcharge (long walk from the elevator and the suite feels cramped; only worth it if you really must have the Japanese toilet or the second, small, room). Even still, its not a bad room. Just not significantly better than the standard room
     
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    random512 Low-Roller

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    thanks uk. if the corner suite is a long walk from the elevator then a room next to the corner suite will also be a long walk, right? or would you say the walk to the corner suite is only a bit long but no big deal?
     
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    mephisto2000 Low-Roller

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    Within a hotel getting to your room it is a LONG walk to the corner suites. Compared to walking on the strip obviously not long. it's all about perspective :)
     
  5. random512

    random512 Low-Roller

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    here's a reference point. walking down the hall from the elevator @ cosmo hotel to blue ribbon sushi and stk steakhouse is a memorably long walk. how does the walk to the corner suite @ aria compare to that walk?
     
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    Shorter if you are staying in the Cosmo west tower, longer if you are staying in the Cosmo east tower
     
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    random512 Low-Roller

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    Are the elevators separated from the rooms hallway by another hallway? I would guess so since this is how it's done @ 4S and seems to be the sensible design to protect all hotel rooms from elevator noise. If this is the case then it seems like asking for a room close to the elevator would be advantageous without any downsides.
     
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    Aria has elevator landings. But noise really doesn't have anything to do with whether there's an elevator landing or not. The closer you are to the elevators, the more people are going to be walking past your door to get to their room (and to the elevators).
     
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    random512 Low-Roller

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    I'm assuming that the room walls @ Aria are *not* particularly thin so noise from passers by in the hallway is not really an issue. Or have you had any experiences @ Aria where you were subjected to a lot of loud and stupid people in the hallway?
     
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    The couple of times I stayed there, I heard nothing in the hallways.
     
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    We heard nothing and saw very few people ever in the hallway on our stay there. We were a long way down the hallway and it took me a few times to figure out but not stopping us from staying there. Next stay is December. Main thing I learn was during an important sporting event your hubs is watching on TV, don't push that Goodbye button.
     
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    Only negative would be low floor (under 15th???) look into an upgrade to junior suite very close to elevators, no noise issues. Great rooms, love the property.will be ther in 4 Hours:drunk:
     
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    Yes. All of them. Worst customer service.

    Very nice employees. Apologies for mistakes How about quit making them.

    Nice Casino. Bad hotel.
     
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    If its a busy weekend, sometimes they will ask if you'll take an accessible room. The shower is a roll in shower and commode does not have a door. Unless you need this type of room, decline and get a regular room.
     
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    I couldn't agree with JaxxLV more. We just got back from a trip last Friday and took the King accessible room because no other King rooms were available. The bathroom was a big letdown from that of any other rooms I've stayed in. Fortunately, that was the only problem and, even then, it wasn't really a problem.
     
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    First time I was on the 3rd floor (1st floor of rooms), and my little iPad thingy was missing, I was pretty bummed. Just luck of the draw I guess. But I stayed in July and my stay was perfect, as was my standard room. No noise, as said above, barely even saw anyone in the hallway. It's an upscale hotel with no nightclub, I think the rowdy crowd is just staying elsewhere.

    I wouldn't try too hard for a view.. since Aria is in a weird spot you can't exactly get a dead on strip view.

    You see these stories here... but Aria has 4000 rooms, the odds of getting one that is perfectly fine shouldn't be an issue.
     
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    I partly disagree about not being worth it depends on price. The regular rooms are a little on the cozy side but very nice, for Vegas standards. For me the extra "living Room" space is a plus, the 3 A/C units, the biq azz bathroom, jacuzzi tub and stand alone shower = Way better than standard. IMHO
     
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    If you want a central room go for the Tower suite. I believe all of those are in the middle of the resort and close to the elevators.
     
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    This is really the same in every hotel, these are the features that make the hotel room "accessible". Therefore don't take it unless you need it.
     
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    As far as the walls being thin, I listened to a hooker win an acadamy award for best acting one night for an hour about a 3 am.
     
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