I had a nice stay at the Aria for 5 nights in early May.
Some of the reviews made it sound like everything in the room was controlled by an I-pad only. But there are switches on the wall for lights, curtains, A/C and there is a remote for the TV. There is a computer tablet by the bed that can control everything with a touch screen but you don’t have to use it if you don’t want to.
I liked the “Goodnight” button. On the wall on each side of the bed there are switches for lamps and the goodnight button. When it is pressed all the lights turn off - including the bathroom lights, the TV turns off and the curtains close. You don’t have to get out of bed. Nice!
The Aria has one large swimming pool and two smaller pools plus three hot tubs. There is also an “adult” pool. There are lots of chairs and plants for shade. I was there during a cloudy cool week so there weren’t many people at the pool which was nice.
The Monte Carlo next door has a food court if you want something cheap to eat.
I deducted one star for housekeeping. The room was very clean but I would leave at 8AM and get back at 1PM and the room still hadn’t been serviced. I had to leave if I wanted the room cleaned so I missed my afternoon nap.
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