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Aria room interiors

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by StormHawk, Apr 28, 2013.

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  1. StormHawk

    StormHawk High-Roller

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    I've been looking around various places and I am seeing a few different color schemes for Aria's rooms and suites. I like the darker motif a lot better than the light. Are different room levels different? Is it by floor/wing/random, or has Aria already been through a refresh?
     
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    I think it really depends on what room your getting. The rooms haven't been updated yet, hotel has only been around for like 4-5 years.
     
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    I think the room interiors are all pretty similar. The big difference is the size of the window. I have stayed in Aria rooms with very large windows (usualyl the Cityview) and ones with smaller windows. The ones with smaller windows give the appearance of a darker room
     
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    All the standard rooms I have been in are the same.
    Very nice,modern decor,floor to ceiling windows just like Cousin Eddie's pictures.
     
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    Damn, those are nice, going to have to plan yet another trip now :)
     
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    Here is the inside of the Aria Corner Suite that I stayed at. The decor is very similar to the regular rooms. I think almost all of the rooms are very similar until you get into the Sky Suites.

    It looks light in this video because I have all the curtains open showing off the views. It is certainly a darker room though, IMHO one of the best looking decors in all of Vegas for regular rooms. At night, it is just beautiful.

    http://youtu.be/4y9nCVDCCGs
     
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    I was looking at the gray vs beige walls and the dark wood door/headboard vs the cream color.
     
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    Thanks for posting those pictures Cousin Eddie. I was considering the Aria for my next trip and now I think Im sold.
     
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    Aria One Bedrm SkySuite interior

    Here are pics from the bedroom/bath of our Aria One Bedroom SkySuite on the 50th floor:

    6 - Aria SkySuite bedrm.jpg

    7 - Aria SkySuite bed.jpg

    8 - Aria SkySuite master bath Mar2011.jpg

    9 - Aria SkySuite bath Mar2011.jpg
     
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    The pics always make the tub look bigger then they really are. Unfortunately they are actually super small and really don't hold that much water. It's just an illusion because it's free standing.
     
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    I wouldn't know - I always take showers :)
     
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