I have no real gripes with Aria. It's a great spot don't get me wrong, but it's really for the older, contemporary crowd. The Sky-Suites are fantastic, I did one stay at the Suites, and one stay in the standard rooms. If you can afford a Sky-Suite, by all means they are kickass, especially for a group i.e. Bachelor/Bachelorette.
The standard rooms are smaller than I thought, some of the smallest in Vegas I'd say. Room style I'd compare them to the rooms on par at a W hotel. They are great by all means, just not very roomy.
A lot of people rave about the Sportsbook at Aria, that is, if you can get a seat. It's one of the smallest in Vegas, but has great tv's and seating. The line is also extremely long on big game days, so plan ahead.
Locations for Aria is terrific, walking distance from some of the best hotels. I really like Aria, but for the price, I think sometimes you can go better elsewhere.
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