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Question about Aria's Sky Suites...

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by taylor99b, May 23, 2015.

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  1. taylor99b

    taylor99b Tourist

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    August will be my first time staying in the Sky Suite tower. Nothing fancy I`m a very low roller, but I have 3 comped nights in their standard queen room. I always request a high floor, but seem to luck out with the lowest floor possible. Free is free and I`m happy to get whatever, especially with being able to take advantage of the Sky Suite perks, but I was wondering if anyone knew what floors the Sky Suite Tower covered?

    I read somewhere that even the regular sky suite rooms are on a high floor, but couldn`t find anything concrete or any photos of the elevators.

    Also was wondering how to get to the registration desk if I`m not using Aria`s limo service (we will be renting a car for the duration of our stay). The map seems to show you can get their by walking towards Lemongrass and then to the right, but is there also a hallway beside the Casino Cage (I seem to remember seeing a rather burly looking security guard standing in what looked like a random hallway).

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. shifter

    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Yes all the Sky Suites are high floors.

    That's why they call them Sky.....
     
  3. taylor99b

    taylor99b Tourist

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    Hahaha...Yeah I guess I should have figured that :)

    Any idea what floor they start on?
     
  4. Nittany1

    Nittany1 VIP Whale

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    Use valet for your car at the main entrance.
    To get to SkySuites walk past the cage and turn right after the high limit lounge.
    Walk past Lemongrass on your right and tell the security guard you are checking in.The door for check in is straight ahead(unmarked)
    I think they start on the 22nd floor.
     
  5. Hobofrank

    Hobofrank Prime Minister of Idiocracy

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    LOL I booked a limo for regular Aria suites next month and guess what?...
    they use a 3rd party limo service, even when you charge it to the room!
    you shouldn't have any problems
     
  6. dvandentop

    dvandentop VIP Whale

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    I have always had the tan aria limos when in sky suites
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    Yes because the in house limos are comps only.
     
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    Hobofrank Prime Minister of Idiocracy

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    Ridiculous, because every time I've had a comped or paid limo at Vdara its been an Aria logoed
    car and I found out Aria doesn't offer curbside check in, wtf?
     
  9. taylor99b

    taylor99b Tourist

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    Thanks for all the info!

    One more question...does anyone know the approx. comp value of a regular room in the sky suites vs. a regular room?

    I will actually be staying for a total of 6 nights...3 comped in a sky suites queen room then for 3 comped nights in a “normal” queen room under my Mom’s account. Just wondering what the likely hood of being able to stay in the sky suite room for all 6 nights (i.e. if the comp value of the rooms is somewhat similar). I will ask at check in, it’s not a huge deal to move, but it would be nice to not have to. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this.

    Thanks again.
     
  10. dvandentop

    dvandentop VIP Whale

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    The sky suites connector single rooms not much different then regular deluxe non sky suite rooms. Imho. Best thing about sky suites is the lounge with free waters and soda throughout the day

    Not sure comp pricing
     
  11. Malibugolfer

    Malibugolfer High-Roller

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    When I'm in my car I always park at north valet and then go with the bellman through the pedestrian gate next to the SS limo entrance.
     
  12. Nittany1

    Nittany1 VIP Whale

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    The comp charge on one bedroom Aria Suites was $500/night last year.Not sure of the regular rooms.
    The SkySuites start on the 25th floor and the new best thing about them,at least in pool season, is the private pool.
     
  13. taylor99b

    taylor99b Tourist

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    Thanks for all the help! Can’t wait to try out the Sky Suites (even if it is in a regular room :licklips:) and their new pool.

    Has anyone tried out the new pool? Just wondering if it is the pool on left when you walk into the pool complex? (which is the pool I normally gravitate too anyways)
     
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    If you continue to play at your normal level, where you got the SS offer to begin with, then assuming there is a room available, I don't see why they can't accommodate you for the last 3 nights.
     
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