So I've searched and read other posts on this topic, and I know "worth it" is subjective, but still looking for more opinion on how people view the value of an extra $75/night to upgrade from a deluxe room to a corner suite? I checked rates and to book outright it seems it would be an extra $105/night, so it is a discounted offer. For some context- rooms I've stayed in, in order of which I liked best: Delano standard suite (paid $30/night upgrade over deluxe MB room and def worth that) Mandalay Bay deluxe room MGM Grand King/Mirage deluxe room (these are tied, maybe slight nod to mgm) Luxor players deluxe room Luxor tower room Questions: I saw mentions that corner suite comes with a fridge? What size? Delano gets a tiny shelf which is better than nothing but.... Aria website makes it sound like every corner suite reservation allows checkin in tower lounge and access to soda/snacks in tower lounge- this true? The upgrade page says "remember to check in at Aria front desk" so I assume no? I watched a video on YouTube that had big windows in bathroom, do all corner suites? My understanding is some suites have a big support pole but seems to be mixed info if that is only panoramic or could be regular corner suites- any insight? How does standard room compare to standard at MB? Arriving the night before and staying downtown so can arrive anytime to check-in, could be there nice and early, think I might be able to offer to pay $50/night at check in instead of doing it in advance? This is for a weds/Thursday night in what appears to be a pretty slow week based on current calendar prices. Other info: 30, w/ partner, like to feel like I'm having a luxurious experience (would pick MB or Delano over other rooms I've been in hands down). Don't mind walking so rooms at end of hall not a big deal. First Aria stay in general and it has been on my wish list for a few years. Original booking was bogo nights with a great rate, so the upgrade doubles the price (including resort fee and taxes). Thanks!