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Aria Pool Question

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Its Only Money, May 24, 2016.

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  1. Its Only Money

    Its Only Money Low-Roller

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    I am going to be at the Aria this weekend for Memorial day and wanted to book a cabana. Since I booked the trip somewhat last minute and it being a holiday, they only have a mega-cabana available. I am not going to spend that for just two of us so I am considering other options. They have daybeds available at the regular pools. I am a regular visitor at the Aria, 3 - 4 times a year for the last several year, but for the life of me I can't seem to remember day beds at the regular pool at all. Can anyone confirm their existence and where they are? A picture of them would be spectacular, but anything anyone can offer would be helpful.

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    i dont think there are any, only things i saw that looked like daybeds was at the sky pool
     
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    I don't remember day beds either - just regular loungers and the cabanas.
     
  4. Its Only Money

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    That's what I thought too. I can only think of them for Liquid and Sky pool. If it is for the Sky pool I would be much more interested in paying for it. I will report back on what I decide and if where they are.
     
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    sky pool is for sky suite guest only, the reuglar pool chairs at aria are comfy
     
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    The daybeds I am referring to are not free, they are reserved and I was quoted a price of $150 for Saturday. On one call I was told they are at the Sky pool, on another call I was told they are the regular pool. I just don't remember any day beds at the regular pool and I was there last month. Non-Sky guests can reserve Sky pool loungers for $100.
     
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    Just there last week and didn't see any daybeds at the regular pools. They had what I would call fancier lounge chairs that had thicker material and they all had reserved on them so I assume it would cost money to rent one.
     
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    you can reserve lounge chairs in advance think its 15 dollars
     
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    The reserved loungers at the regular pool are $40 on the weekends, not sure for weekdays. I will let everyone know what I find out this week.
     
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    We were just there last week. No daybeds at the regular pools, only in the Sky Suites pool. Two rows of reserved loungers were available during the weekdays we went. We had no issue finding regular loungers but we did go down early and it was during the week. Good luck and have fun!
     
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    Just wanted to update, we did end up renting the day bed. It was $150 for the day on Saturday. The day bed was located at the Sky pool, there are two located in front of their 3 Gazebos. The other 3 are in front of the cabanas closer to Liquid. They are in the 3rd row of loungers. To me it was worth it. The Sky pool is much more serene than their regular pools and much less crowded. Their waitress service is very good as well. We had the day bed from 10 until 8, we only stuck around until around 6 because we had a show to go to. I would do it again.
     
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    Thanks for that information! Do you know if the day beds cheaper during the week?
     
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    I don't know for sure, the Sky pool loungers go $50 on weekdays, but $100 on weekends. So I imagine the day beds are cheaper during the week too. The concierge should be able to answer if you call.
     
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    Hi I have also reserved daybeds for the sky pool coming up and I cannot find any pictures on the internet. Wondered if you could answer a few things: Were they in the sun? Roomy enough for 2 average people? Debating if I should pay more for loungers at the sky pool, but they said they couldn't reserve 2 together.

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    Yes they are in the sun, they are in the third row of loungers. I'm 6' 225 and my wife is 5'4" 120 we were very comfortable for the day. I thought it was worth the price.
     
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