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Arias new vip tower suites and lounge ?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by paperposter, Nov 12, 2015.

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  1. paperposter

    paperposter VIP Whale

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    The construction on Aria’s VIP Check-In area, which we reported on in September, has come a long way. Our tipster paperposter has gotten fresh pics earlier this week, and it looks like the new VIP Lounge…err…”Tower Suite Lounge” (as we hear them calling it) is ready to open this month.
     
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  2. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    Looks like they have begun sending offers with the "Tower Suites Lounge" in the description. This was in an email yesterday...

    Dear xxxxxxx,
    Unexpected indulgences are in bloom at ARIA this spring. Stay with us
    Now – May 31 to enjoy this thrilling offer.

    $300 M life Resort Credit

    Three Complimentary Nights in an Innovative Suite and Tower Suites Lounge Check-In
     
  3. ssyx

    ssyx Low-Roller

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    Anyone got any idea what the "Innovative suite" rooms look like?

    I have also just recieved an offer for one of these rooms.
     
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    "Innovative" is just a filler word. The Aria website describes the "Tower Suites" as basically all the suites at the Corner Suite Strip View level and above.
     
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    ssyx Low-Roller

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    Thanks, I have just booked the offer and the lady confirmed it was a corner suite.
    Wonder why they don't just say corner suite on the offer.
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    because some people get a better suite.

    it depends on your play.
     
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    ssyx Low-Roller

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    Makes sense. Cheers.
     
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    Was out for a walk this morning and went by Aria to check out the new tower suites reception area. The space is nice, but much smaller than the sky suites area. They have snacks and refreshments on par with the sky suites.

    Here are a couple pics:


    IMG_0842.jpg IMG_0841.jpg
     
  10. dvandentop

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    thanks for the info i am sure once the walls are down it is not as big as the walls made it seem. Cant wait to hopefully check it out for new years eve. So much for all the theorys that were thrown out that it was a platinum lounge etc... I was told by mlife desk it was a lounge for gold and above and this was just 3-4 weeks ago so much for what they know LOL
     
  11. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    We had the sky suites lounge on one trip. Was pretty much a joke. No drinks other than soda, water. Very limited food.

    We felt shafted. You would think after dropping hundreds, maybe thousands a day (typical customer there), the lounge would be much better.
     
  12. ecanem

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    Disagree. There was different food at different times of the day and you could get unlimited wine in the evenings.

    I frequently made massive cheese trays, grabbed a few mixers and a glass of wine and took it all up to my room no questions asked.

    Given that it's free, I probably saved a few hundred in food and mixers over 4 days.
     
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