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Virtual tours of Aria's different rooms, dining, pools, spa, etc.

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by Bluskies, Sep 26, 2014.

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  1. Bluskies

    Bluskies Low-Roller

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    Hi,

    I found this on Aria's website and the links provide virtual tours to what the different rooms look like. It also has virtual tours of dining, the spa, and other areas. I see a lot of questions (a lot are mine!!!) about "should I go with this room or that room". LOL, also a way to look inside the different restaurants without feeling guilty about going in to just look and not staying. :licklips:

    http://aria.com/footer/virtual-tours
     
  2. LuckyDog77

    LuckyDog77 Tourist

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    Thanks. I am trying to choose between paying for Aria or staying at Monte Carlo for free... I'm leaning to free after taking the tour. IMO a hotel room is a hotel room for this trip.
     
  3. heatherlovesvegas

    heatherlovesvegas VIP Whale

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    The standard rooms at Aria aren't very exciting. I find myself just as happy at MGM and Mandalay, but Monte Carlo is a different story.. that place is really showing it's age.
     
  4. Bluskies

    Bluskies Low-Roller

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    I disagree about the standard rooms at the Aria. I was in a Deluxe room (which is the standard) at the end of August and I loved it. Roomier than most standard rooms, great view, the curtains, bathroom, etc. I was the next day at the Mandalay Bay and was very let down with the room after having been at Aria. MGM can be good, but it depends on where they place you.
     
  5. dreric

    dreric Low-Roller

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    I just stayed at the Monte Carlo at the beginning of September. I had a Monaco Suite, which you may be able to sweet talk your way into. ( I had a comp night via myVegas, and to keep the suite it was a $40 upcharge) Yes, they are showing a bit of wear, but 700 sq ft. and a bath and a half were nice. The room was very clean, comfortable, and the mini fridge (unstocked) was nice. Another advantage of the Monaco Suites is that they are literally the first rooms on the spokes of the hotel towers. Great after a day of hoofing it everywhere.

    My only beef with the MC is that you could die of thirst on the casino floor if you play slots. The vast majority of the CW were for the tables.
     
  6. Smallz23

    Smallz23 Low-Roller

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    I haven't stayed in their Standard room.. But every other room they have I've been in. If you want a really spacious room (great for bachelor and bachelorette parties or bdays).. You'll get more bang for your buck with they hospitality suite. It's like 2000 sq ft.

    Depending on your play.. The room can be comped. I believe it's easier to get this room comped then one of SkySuites.

    If you don't need that big of a room. Their SkySuites are pretty comfortable.

    Beer pong in the hospitality suite. How can you not? =P ImageUploadedByTapatalk1412099235.095597.jpg
     
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