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Aria, Upgrade from Deluxe King Room to Deluxe Queen City View Room?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by hselland81, Nov 11, 2014.

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  1. hselland81

    hselland81 Tourist

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    Me and my brother is staying at Aria from 05-13 march 2015 in a Deluxe King Room. Now we have been offered a Deluxe Queen City View room for $30 more pr night.. Would you have switched? is it worth it? Normally its $30 extra for a deluxe queen and $60 extra for a Deluxe Queen City View.
     
  2. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    Well, first I'd want the queen room so I wouldn't have to sleep with my brother haha.

    2nd my last stay at Aria, I was on the 1st floor!! Pretty sure next time I would at least book a view room.

    I guess do you want the queen beds? If so, do it. If that's not a big deal I'd leave my reservation alone, it's a $240 expense for 8 nights..
     
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    Do you prefer having separate beds? Personally, I don't think this is a bad offer since it's nice waking up to a nice view of the Strip.
     
  4. Bluskies

    Bluskies Low-Roller

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    I don't get it! I've had my reservation with Aria for months, I signed up again for their email offers back then, I am an M Life member... and not once have I gotten an upgrade offer! I tried calling them awhile back to check on an upgrade possibility and all they did was quote me the difference in price I would need to pay between the current and the upgrade. And the OP is lucky enough to get an offer for a room 113 days from now, LOL. My luck just stinks. :thumbsdown:

    But as to the OP's original question, I think if you can save $30 a night through their offer, go for it! (And, LOL, I certainly would prefer having a separate bed from a brother.) And keep in mind that you still have several months to change your mind if you accept the offer.
     
  5. hselland81

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    I have now made up my mind :) Im taking the offer. It will be $268.8 extra for the Queen Bed (2x) upgrade and Strip view. I think it will be worth it. Its the first time in vegas and we are spending a lot of money anyway so.....

    @Bluskies: What do you mean about that i have severeal months do change my mind if i accept the offer? :)
     
  6. Bluskies

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    Well, most hotels have a policy that you can cancel almost up to the day and get your money back if you have put down a deposit...so what I mean is you book now you've got the deal set --- and if you change your mind later, you can call and cancel.
     
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