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Aria: Tower Suite vs. Corner Suite?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by dannyocean, Jul 2, 2014.

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  1. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    The corner suites at Aria seem to get a lot of play -- there's plenty of information on them. What's the difference with a Tower Suite? I haven't been able to find anything about Tower Suites, basically, apart from what's on Aria's web site.

    Anybody stayed in one or heard the difference between the two, other than, it appears, a little bit of square footage?
     
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    BellaBlvd Low-Roller

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    While I haven't stayed at Aria yet - I have watched a ton of room youtubes because I wanted to look at what upgrade options are available :eek: In any event, it seems to me the biggest difference between the corner and tower suites is the tub being right in the corner in the corner suite, and the tower suite tub doesn't quite offer the same view. From what I've read the tower and crystals suites are the same, the only difference is the view. Crikey - adding youtube urls seems to mess this post like nobody's business.. so I took out the urls
     
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    I have stayed in both. Corner suites have floor to ceiling windows (and potentially a better view) but with a longer walk to the room. I also found the corner suites to be very quiet since they are away from most of the hallway traffic. The rooms are not standard dimensions, since they are on the end of the building. I believe the living room has seating for 3, plus a desk. Also - each of the corner suites I stayed in had a big support pole in the middle of the living room. Bedroom and living room both have 42" televisions

    The tower suite I stayed in was much closer to the elevators in the middle of the building. The living room has 52" TV with seating for 4, plus a table with 3 or 4 chairs for dining - definitely larger and more useable space than the corner suite. (Based on my research, it seems the tower suite is the same layout as the standard Aria Sky Suite, but on the lower floors of the hotel. From what I could tell....you get the larger room without the other skysuite perks such as private check in, limo service, etc.)

    Both rooms have a wet bar and refrigerator, along with a half bath near the front door for guest use. Both rooms also have large master bathrooms and the great Aria beds. (I had issues with the in room electronics on my first visit to Aria, but it hasn't kept me from staying 5 other times.) Even the standard rooms are very nice.

    My recommendation - for a couple looking for quiet time or a better view, pick the corner suite. If you have more than 2 people in your group or will entertaining, I think the tower suite is definitely the better choice. Also keep in mind the longer walk for the corner suites.

    Enjoy your visit!
     
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    That's the one thing I don't like about the corner suite, That beam!! Plus the walk from ARIA to the strip is just too long for me. I like to be able to walk out of the casino right to the strip!
     
  5. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    This is absolutely fantastic advice. Thanks very much. I got the impression the Tower Suite is similar to the Aria Suite. Makes sense. This is brilliant. Stayed at Aria the first time last month, just the deluxe room, which was awesome. Aria making a strong play to be my default destination now ...
     
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