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Aria Panoramic Corner Suite Question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Robrasta, Jun 7, 2015.

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  1. Robrasta

    Robrasta Tourist

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    Staying in an Aria panoramic corner suite next weekend (6/12). Anyone have thoughts on a particular room/floor/layout/view that I should seek? Got a $50 sammy ready for check-in desk if anyone can suggest a corner suite preference.
     
  2. sindustry

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    For Aria, I say pool view. Prepare for a long walk to the corner suite. Although, I'll take that walk any day, over a regular Aria room.

    Edit: I would ask for anything not facing the Harmon tower. They are still jackhammering and you can hear it every morning.
     
  3. tfcoach72

    tfcoach72 Low-Roller

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    We had a mountain/pool/south view on our visit----no doubt the room was the best we have experienced in all our travels to LAS---
     
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    kboltwkreations Low-Roller

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    City view is very nice as well. The bathrooms in the corner suites are one of my favorites. It is a very long walk to the room, and I wish they had put a little better lighting in the living area.
     
  5. Jordan

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    We had a view of the Monte Carlo pool (south facing) and it was actually a decent view, like others have said though, be prepared for a long walk back to your room!
     
  6. Robrasta

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    Thanks for the heads up re:the walk. Better to let the wife know what to expect now. And good info about the Harmon - forgot about that mess.
     
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    City view on the Monte Carlo end is the best.
    The Cosmo end has very little view.

    The Panoramic Corners are very nice rooms but have a quirky layout with a small living room with a pole in the middle of the room with the TV mounted on it.
    The bathrooms are huge.

    The other corners have larger living rooms which I actually prefer.
     
  8. Nittany1

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    City view on the Monte Carlo end is the best.
    The Cosmo end has very little view.

    The Panoramic Corners are very nice rooms but have a quirky layout with a small living room with a pole in the middle of the room with the TV mounted on it.
    The bathrooms are huge.

    The other corners have larger living rooms which I actually prefer.
     
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    Wanted to clarify the last comment.
    When I say the other corners I mean the ones not listed as Panoramic.There are several different layouts.
     
  10. Chuck2009x

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    The "panorama" comes from the fact that one of the corners is less than a 90 degree angle. It's really not much of a feature.

    I've stayed in regular City View Corner Suites. I've never stayed in a panoramic, but have seen videos and like Nittany, I much prefer the layout of the regular Corner Suite. Those City View Corner Suite room numbers end in 042 (south end) and 118 (north end). The bedrooms have glass walls on two sides.
     
  11. Robrasta

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    Went back and forth on on panoramic vs regular corner. Wife really wants the bathtub with TWO glass windows and I was told Panos have it but only a few regulars do. Either way, consensus seems to be MC side. Good to know. We leave in the morning. Thanks!
     
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