My wife and I took a quick two nighter to Vegas in June 2013. We are Vegas regulars, and go frequently. We are mostly Hard Rock people because of our comps, but decided to change it up and we are glad we did!
First, we purchased our room through a hotel broker, where we paid $450/night for a Wed-Fri stay. Total out the door was $1007, and that included taxes and all fees. Pretty sweet deal for Summer time.
Our room class included a limo transfer to and from the airport. Driver met us at baggage claim, very nice, great service.
Our room was on the 51st floor and it was great. I had a bottle of champagne waiting for us when we arrived, and it was all set up ready to go. Room was clean, around 1500 sq feet with living room, dining room, bedroom with King bed, 1.5 bathrooms and a full steam shower. Even the toilet seats were heated.
The room was serviced twice a day and it was impeccable. Everything laid out nicely, turn down service was great. We tried the in room dining and it was pretty good! Very reasonably priced as well. Especially champagne and wine bottles.
Best part was the lounge area. In the AM they had coffee, tea, muffins, fruit, water, sodas, OJ, etc all complimentary. In the evening from 4-9pm was wine and cheese along with the waters, sodas, coffee, etc. We just loaded up on waters there and brought them to our room. Better than spending $8 per in the room bar!
We ate at Javiers Mexican the first night, which was great as usual. We have Javier's here locally to us so we are familiar with them. Second night we did the 3 min walk to the mall and ate at Mastro's. WAY better steakhouse than anything at the Aria. We highly recommend it. Try the butter cake. We have Mastro's locally to us as well.
The gaming there is on the higher end. BJ is typically $25-$100/hand. A lot of higher limit slots and all that stuff.
Pool area was great. Good service, nice pools, etc. Not really kid friendly though, in case you are traveling with family.
I think the Aria Sky Suites will be the only place we stay for a while. We certainly brought our gaming action over there, so we will see how our comps work out for next stay. We certainly are not used to paying for rooms, but for the Sky Suites, we would keep doing it.
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