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Aria Sky Suites 2 bedroom penthouse

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by Mac62398, Oct 28, 2013.

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  1. Mac62398

    Mac62398 Tourist

    Nov 30, 2011
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I have a 2 bedroom penthouse booked at Aria Sky Suites for a few nights in December at a great rate. Have a few questions for anybody familiar with them. Sorry for all the questions and thanks in advance…!

    Are there any panoramic 2-bedroom penthouses? I know there’s a 1 bedroom panoramic penthouse available, but there doesn’t seem to be a 2 bedroom panoramic penthouse option. Can I get a 1 bedroom panoramic penthouse with a connecting room - in effect making it a 2 bedroom?

    What floors are the 2 bedroom penthouses on? Is it pretty guaranteed to be on a high floor or should I make sure to ask for it specifically?

    Are there any with 2 queen beds + 1King versus a 1 King + 1 King? I thought I saw somewhere that’s an option but wasn’t sure. Is the sofa a pull-out bed too?

    The website says there are limited number of penthouses with pool tables/foosball. Is this in place of the dining room or the living room. Is it even worth it to ask for one? And are these on the higher floors?

    Are there different sized ones or are they all the same size or are some a little bit larger than others? The website says 2060 sq ft.

    What are the best view options? City View really isn’t all that important to me because it’s in the back, so a dessert view is just fine as long as it’s high up and scenic.

    Basically, what is the best 2 bedroom penthouse, I should request when I check in or request with the VIP concierge that has been corresponding with me?

    Is there a fridge to store liquor and soda bought from the nearby CVS or Walgreens?

    Will tipping work at the check-in desk and how effective will it even be given that the Sky Villas are the next step up and that’s $3000+/ nightly.

    The Bellagio 2 bedroom penthouses have a 3rd bedroom connector available as an option. Is that possible with the Aria version?

    What kind of snacks are available at the lounge throughout the day? Is the food slim pickings during certain parts of the day or are they reasonably re-stocked? I’ve been told there’s wine after 4. Are there several different bottles?

    What other nice perks come with a sky suite that’s not obvious on the website?

    The wall between the living room dining room, make the place seem cramped when I view the virtual tour. I really prefer the open space of the Bellagio 2 bedroom penthouses - which, although the same size, looks a LOT more spacious and less cramped. What are people’s experiences with this? I’ve considered switching to Bellagio, but I got a great deal on the Aria penthouse and right now, the cost is the same as the Bellagio 2 br pent. Even though I like the Bellagio pent better, I don’t feel all that comfortable at Bellagio. It feels too fancy for me. I like the more relaxed (but still luxurious) feel of Aria. Plus it’s newer and Aria sky suites have Forbes 5-star rating and Bellagio doesn’t - as far as I’m aware.

    I’ve also been looking at the Aria Executive Hospitality Suite. It has massive windows and spaciousness. But I need at least 2 bedrooms. And we lose the limo and sky lounge. Is a connector bedroom available for that?

    And finally, I was looking at Room77.com awesome floor plan tool and noticed that there was a “Suite Tower King” between the 2 bedroom penthouse and the 1 bedroom penthouse. Does that connect to the 2 bedroom or the 1 bedroom? (or perhaps both?)


    It seems the the ###37 and ###36 are 1 bedroom penthouses. Which one is the panoramic?

    OK - sorry again for all the questions. But thanks for any insights and advice!
  2. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

    Jul 22, 2013
    How did your trip go? I have a 2 bedroom penthouse booked at Aria for next weekend. Was curious how much i should tip the concierge?
  3. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

    May 4, 2009
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    That would have alot to do with what you use the Concierge for??
  4. Chuck2009x

    Chuck2009x VIP Whale

    Apr 5, 2009
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    I know the trip is over but just a clarifying point on the use of the term "Panoramic".

    Panoramic is usually used to mean one of two things:

    • Windows on more than one wall of a room
    • A room with windows on both walls where the angle of the corner is less than 90 degrees

    So in your screenshot from Room77, the top left corner of room 55027 and the bottom left corner of room 55037 would be considered to have panoramic views.
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