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Aria pool

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by fire46149, Mar 28, 2014.

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  1. fire46149

    fire46149 Tourist

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    Thoughts on their pool? I'm used to Wynn so just curious about vibe and crowd. Will be there with a buddy so no need to be pampered but looking for opinions. Thanks!
     
  2. Bushman1

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    LOVe their pool complex. Definitely one of the more underrated in Vegas. You don't have to get there at the crack of dawn to get a good spot. We routinely went down at 10 am and got very close to one of the pools (they have 3 different ones). It's a great and relaxing way for us to start our days.

    Give it a shot.

    Bushman
     
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    Aria pools are great.
    Usually very relaxed earlier in the day.
    Not a scramble to get seats before noon.
    There is often a mixed crowd ages 20s,30s,40s,and some 50s.

    We normally park at the pool closest to the entrance as it is a distance from the Thumping of Liquid.
     
  4. DonnyC

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    Is it a pool to:
    a) read a book at
    b) have a fun time with some great tunes pumping?
     
  5. Bommen

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    Arias pool is pretty good but imo every casino resorts falls short in comparison to Wynncores pool complex. Either way is still a good and relaxing way to start the day, but its no Wynn.
     
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    Great pools at Aria with no problems finding a chair when there and personally at MGM also.
     
  7. Bushman1

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    Donny C:

    You can read a book before 11 am. After that, the tunes start pumping from Liquid. so if you like to do both, you can.
     
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    I think you can do both. They have music at the main pool, but its not so loud that you can't do other things, but loud enough that you can enjoy it.

    At their day club it's definately pretty loud, but there are plenty of seating options away from that side of the complex.
     
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    If you don;t mind everyone in the buffet watching you at the pool go for it. I personally thought it was bad planning to have a view of the pool from the buffet and that alone is enough to keep me away from the pool area.
     
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    Any good drink options from the pool ? Were staying at Vdara in May - - -
     
  11. fire46149

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    in for details on these options too, always like something special... although I HATE to pay for drinks when they are free only steps away inside(did I say "free", LOL)
     
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    Bumpity bump
     
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    Wife bought a lemon-Vodka slushi, I charged it to the room, $25 :rolleyes2:
    After that we grab the plastic Aria cups and made trips to the room to make our own
     
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  14. DonnyC

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    are you guys taking these drinks into the pool from outside?
     
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    They have water available and plastic cup to fill them up, grab a few , go to the room,fill with Peach Ciroc and gingerale, and no problems from the staff:thumbsup:
     
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    WOW!! That's great!!
     
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