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Aria and Coffee?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by kartking, Sep 3, 2016.

  1. kartking

    kartking Low-Roller

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    Like may of u it nice to have a cup of coffee first thing in the morning so my question is where do I find this ?
    I am staying at Aria....
    past trips staying at other hotels I was lucky enough to go down to the mickie dees that was in the hotel other times not so lucky havin to go to starbucks and paying some outrageous amount for 2 lg coffees....
    hopefully I wont have to go far as this is just our morning coffee we will have in our room before we go out for breakfast
     
  2. BarelyHangingOn

    BarelyHangingOn Low-Roller

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    The only thing I can think of is the Starbucks on the 2nd floor when you get off the elevator.
     
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  3. kartking

    kartking Low-Roller

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    thanks for the reply......
    if worst comes to worst I will have to break down and get the coffees at Starbucks

    do u know if the Aria café has to go coffee?
     
  4. BellaBlvd

    BellaBlvd Low-Roller

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    You can also get coffee at Jean Philippe.

    I haven't tried to get to go at the Aria Cafe.
     
  5. kartking

    kartking Low-Roller

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    cant say its the cheapest place for coffee at Jean Philippe
    $15.00 a cup
     
  6. BellaBlvd

    BellaBlvd Low-Roller

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    It is what it is. High end resort means high end food/drink options. You could upgrade to a tower or sky suite if you want it free in the lounges. Or if you didn't want to directly pay out of pocket you could play at a table or slot and get one for a tip from the CW. :drunk:
     
  7. gotChopin

    gotChopin Low-Roller

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    I like my cappuccino in the morning.
     
  8. VegasTravelNews

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    If you are going to be there for more than a couple of days, then perhaps go to CVS or another local place that sells coffee makers and buy the lowest price one on the shelf? You can just leave it in the room when you check out. Someone recently asked the same question (different hotel). I did some research and found the local CVS's carry a Mr Coffee model for about $20, plus tax. Of course, you'll also need to buy coffee and coffee filters (or bring them with you).
     
  9. Sonya

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    I travel with a little electric tea kettle and Via packets to avoid the need to leave my room un-caffeinated in the morning. It's not the best coffee, but it's enough to get my motor running again.
     
  10. jr7110

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    Yes and no. You can't just go to the hostess stand and order coffee to go - when I wanted to bring food back to my room to go, I had to sit at a table, order as usual and ask for a box when it arrived so I could pack it up and take it with me.

    Starbucks is probably the easiest and most cost effective option.
     
  11. Aces and Eights

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    On my trips I always make it a point to stop by Jean Philippe at least once. I didn't pay anywhere near $15 for a cup of coffee. I paid around $5. They charge $15 for an entire 12 ounce bag of coffee beans or ground coffee so I don't see why they would charge the same for just a cup.
     
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  12. Sparky4

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    Isn't there a coffee place right over by the sports book and the poker room?
     
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  13. amk121

    amk121 Low-Roller

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    That closed..it's now a burger place!
     
  14. johnnytwofingers

    johnnytwofingers Low-Roller

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    I felt a bit silly going through airport security and they inspected my kettle (metal so xray can't see inside I guess) but once I arrived in my room bringing a kettle was one of the best decisions I'd ever made and will repeat for sure. Mornings I'd make coffee with those mini filters and plastic funnel thing that sits right on top of your cup, sometimes I'd have oatmeal for breakfast or just a snack when hungry, and usually when getting home late I'd make myself one of those big instant ramen bowls - it seems massive amounts of salt before bed = absolutely zero hangover (for me).
     
  15. Sparky4

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    Good to know. The last time I was there was in May and I came through the casino and went straight to the sports book so I didn't notice.
     
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    if you don't mind a little bit of travel, you can go next door to Monte Carlo and go to Sambalatte.

    its definitely worth the trip.
     
  17. gradytripp

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    Yes, yes, yes. Just a regular coffee at Jean Philippe is maybe $4-$5 tops. Good grief. It's quick, it's easy (right by the elevators) and the cost is similar to what you pay at any high-end coffee shop at any big city in the country. You're on vacation--if you're staying at Aria I wouldn't spend a lot of time looking for a cup of coffee that will cost you a buck less, 20 minutes away (or buying a coffee pot). Heck, the $4.50 pastries at Jean Philippe are delicious, too--I recommend the blueberry danish.
     
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  18. Aces and Eights

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    This is Jean Philippe as of last year.
    jeanphilippe.jpg
     
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  19. BellaBlvd

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    3 weeks to that delicious caramel twist and a crepe!
     
  20. gotChopin

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    Having a nice cup of coffee w a friend or SO on a cool early morning looking over the vegas strip during sunrise is amazing.
     
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