Dec182010

Aria Resort Corner Suite and Sky Suite

Aria Resort Las Vegas  has 4,004 rooms including 568 suites. This post looks at the Aria Resort Corner Suite and Sky Suite from rooms I visited during my recent Las Vegas stay. The basic room category at Aria  is a 520-square foot “Deluxe Room” space with floor to ceiling windows, electronic master controls for curtains and lights and all entertainment options and a bathroom with separate tub and shower. The size of a typical luxury market segment hotel room is generally around 520 sq. ft.

There really are not bad rooms at Aria, only less favorable locations for the room view. There are two factors to keep in mind when booking at Aria Resort, height and width.

Aria is a 59-floor hotel with only one location for elevators on each guest room floor. The size of the hotel may literally require walking over 100 yards to your room from the elevator on the larger floors. Keep this in mind if you need closer proximity to the elevators and make your request known when booking.

Aria Resort & Casino, CityCenter, Las Vegas

The higher floors have preferred views, but there really are not any sides of the hotel with undesirable views when on a floor above 15 or so.  Aria’s rear hotel wings overlook the Aria pool complex and Monte Carlo casino or face Harmon Avenue with a view to the Vdara Hotel and the just-opened Cosmopolitan Hotel. Lower floors locations can view the rooftop over low sections of the resort. Some lower floor rooms on Harmon Avenue side have a close-up view of  CityCenter electric tram cars.

CityCenter tram passing over Harmon Avenue with Aria hotel in background.

The CityCenter complex has beautiful architecture. Rooms overlooking CityCenter provide architectural views of Veer Towers, Crystals, Harmon Building and Mandarin Oriental and may have a view of the Las Vegas Strip. These central CityCenter facing rooms are Deluxe Room City View which is the next higher room category from the basic level room.

Floor height is the more important factor for a room at Aria in my opinion. The closer you are to the ground the more noise you are likely to hear from traffic and such. There is a fire station on Harmon Avenue between the Vdara Hotel and The Cosmopolitan.

My room was on the top-level 24th floor overlooking the pool from the northwest wing of the hotel.

24-floor northwest wing of Aria Resort overlooking pools.

Window view from room 24-227 Aria Resort Las Vegas

The room tour of Aria showed a 31st floor King Deluxe similar to mine. The room was a City View room in the front side of the hotel, room linens had trim, chairs had better upholstery and the shower head was different.

Aria Resort Las Vegas 31st floor King Deluxe City View

Aria Resort King Deluxe City View cushioned chairs.

Aria Resort Las Vegas King Deluxe City View shower head

Aria Resort Las Vegas King Deluxe City View desk area

This Loyalty Traveler post has more pictures of the King Deluxe room category features from my hotel room stay.

Aria Resort & Casino Suites

Regular suites are 920 sq.ft at Aria Resort. The four basic suite categories are Corner Suite, Crystals Suite overlooking the CityCenter Crystals retail shopping area, Cirrus Suite at 1,500 sq.ft. has a formal dining area, and Executive Hospitality Suite is 2,000 sq.ft. overlooking pool area and includes a 12-person conference room.

I only visited the Corner Suite room category among these suite categories.

Aria Resort Corner Suite dining table

Aria Resort Corner Suite entry restroom

Aria Resort Las Vegas Corner Room Suite sitting area

Aria Resort Las Vegas Corner Room Suite desk area and TV

Aria Resort Corner Suite king bed

Aria Resort Corner Suite bedroom TV and closet

Aria Resort Corner Suite bedroom window view of Las Vegas Strip and CityCenter.

Aria Resort Las Vegas Corner Suite – bath with a view.

Aria Resort Las Vegas – Corner Suite with electronic toilet

Aria Resort Las Vegas – Corner Suite hallway between sitting room and bedroom.

Aria Resort Las Vegas – wall covering in elevator corridor

Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas Sky Suites

Aria Sky Suites offer an exclusive resort experience with airport limousine transfers, private check-in and exclusive Sky Suite guest lounge access. There are separate sets of elevators for Sky Suites guests with closer access to restaurants and the casino floors than the elevators for other hotel guests.

Rooms range in size from 1,050 sq. ft. one bedroom Aria Suite and two bedroom Aria Suite at 1,630 sq. ft.

Penthouse one bedroom suites are 1,465 sq. ft. with a bedroom, dining room, kitchen, oversize bathroom, and entry hall toilet.

Penthouse two bedroom suites are 2,060 sq. ft.

Aria Sky Suite one-bedroom photos shown here are room 51-002 on 51st floor. The room view looks directly down to the Lumia Fountain at the Aria central entrance and floor-to-ceiling windows place the guest directly in the center view of CenterCity Las Vegas.

Aria SkySuite 51-002 entry toilet

Aria Sky Suite 51-002 dining area

Aria Sky Suite 51-002 sitting room

Aria Sky Suite desk sitting room 51-002

Aria Sky Suite one bedroom bed 51-002

The Aria Sky Suite bathroom in room 51-002 has two entries from the bedroom with sliding doors.

Aria Sky Suite bathtub 51-002

Aria Sky Suite bathroom 51-002

Aria Sky Suite double sinks in room 51-002

Aria Sky Suite bathroom sliding doors showing one door closed.

Aria Sky Suite Bedroom Corner room 51-002.

Aria Sky Suite Bedroom 51-002 view of Planet Hollywood on Las Vegas Strip.

The length of this piece with photos favors placing Aria Sky Villa 19 photos in a separate Loyalty Traveler blog post.

Related Posts:

Betting on Expedia.ca for a Vegas Suite Deal (Nov 20, 2010) [This post tells how I bought my flight to Las Vegas and an upgraded room at the Mandarin Oriental for $12.]

CityCenter Las Vegas – Art, Architecture and Space (Dec 16, 2010)

Hotel Detail – Aria Resort and Casino Las Vegas in HD (Dec 11, 2010)

Aria Resort Las Vegas – Pools, Spa and Dining (Dec 12, 2010)

Aria Resort Corner Suite and SkySuites (Dec 18, 2010)

Aria Resort Las Vegas SkyVilla 19 (Dec 19, 2010)

Vdara Hotel, CityCenter Las Vegas (Dec 19, 2010)

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas (Dec 23, 2010)

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (Dec 21, 2010) (The Cosmopolitan is next to Vdara Hotel, but not part of CityCenter complex. The Cosmopolitan is a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel.)

About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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