It took about 45 million mins to check in because of the queue. The room was amazing (39105) large with lots of space, there is a tablet that you can use to control the room, order stuff and look at amenities of the hotel which is pretty cool.
All the staff were very nice as well, everyone you passed said hello. Even the guys who are stood by the lifts to the rooms were ok … But always make sure you have your room pass or they will not let you up.
The concierge people were super cool they sorted out a couple of problems we had with little fuss and helped us book tickets to “O” we had read that it would be cheaper to book through the hotel but it wasn’t.
This seems a really weird thing to put but it is great that there are lots of lifts, we stayed at another hotel in Vegas which only had a couple of Lifts, which meant long waiting times.
Tip 1 – if you want to save some money eat in the strip. It is much cheaper, there is also a Walgreens and CVS 10minutes walk away.
I really like the layout of the hotel and Casino, lots of restaurants (all a little expensive) and the staff were all very nice and helpful. We had a problem with a free offer which we couldn’t find documentation but the staff sorted it.
There was a couple of things which was a bit of a problem. There is a $150 per day for the first 4 days deposit for damages which was a bit of a shock, the “resort fee” is a bit annoying as it is quite expensive to stay at the Aria.
Tip 2 – when looking at budget before you come out most prices on sites don’t include tax or tip (they expect at least 18%)
Over the stay at Aria was very nice and the only negative is the price of food and drink, the “Resort Fee”, the deposits but everything else was really good.
We checked out online which was brilliant and meant we didn’t have to queue again. Over all the staff where amazing and did every thing to help us, the hotel is a little pricey and the “deposits” was a bit of a shock, but over I enjoyed the stay.