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Aria Sky Suites vs Tower Suites

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by RynoBU, May 22, 2016.

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  1. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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    I was looking at the Sky Suites vs the Tower Suites at Aria and was trying to get a feel for the difference in the two. My wife and I are headed to Vegas in late September and I was just trying to decide between rooms. We were looking at either the one bedroom Sky Suite or the any of the tower suites except the Executive Hospitality Suite. I've searched for a similar thread on VMB and couldn't find one. I also reviewed Aria's website to get an idea, too. Thanks for the input; it is appreciated.
     
  2. Nittany1

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    "Tower Suites" are comprised of several different suites but mostly corner suites.
    The Panoramic Corner has wide angel views and a huge bathroom but the living room is small with a weird set up of the tv on a pole in the middle of the room.
    The rest of the Tower Suites have a larger living room.I have seen several different floor plans.
    The room size is close to the same as the one bedroom Aria Suite in the SkySuites.
    Being that most are corners,there will be a long, long, walk to your room.

    The Sky Suites have both a separate lobby, lounge,and elevators.
    They provide am coffee and snacks and afternoon water,snacks,fruit etc
    The new Tower Suites lounge offers similar service.

    SkySuites gives access to the SkyPool which is really nice if you are a pool person.

    SkySuites also gives a line pass for the café and I think buffet .
    Evening turndown is provided at SkySuites with a refresh of all toiletries etc.
    Overall SkySuites is a higher level of service and a much shorter walk to your room.
     
  3. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the info, Nittany. My wife is a pool person which may be the deciding factor.
     
  4. Chuck2009x

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    Sky Suites is kind of a hotel-within-a-hotel. The rooms are all in a particular section of the building on high floors. Has it's own check in area, elevators, enhanced service level, etc.

    Aria took all of the suites in the main building (there's 5 or 6 different types, but aside from the Hospitality Suites, they're basically either ~920 SF Corner Suites or ~1,000 SF suites in the middle of the building) and branded them as Tower Suites, with a higher level of service amenities than a regular room, but less than Sky Suites.
     
  5. RynoBU

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    Thanks for the info, Chuck. I appreciate it.


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