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[MGM] Aria Las Vegas - REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

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[MGM] Aria Las Vegas - REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

Old Oct 2, 2022, 11:39 am
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Stay Report - 9/29 to 10/1

Location: Worked great for my purposes as I was attending a conference at Planet Hollywood. I like this part of the Strip too, it's quieter than farther north and the hotel being where it is keeps a lot of the less desirable visitors to Las Vegas away from it. There's also a 24 hour CVS next door. Do note if you're driving you're forced to turn south leaving the hotel which can be a little annoying



Hotel: This hotel took a while to open and it's still pretty new. The casino is a very good one with table games, poker room and slots though if you like older style reel machines there are very few. The Mezzanine Level is massive and has a bunch of restaurants including a Star Bucks, cafe/pool bar, steakhouse and French Bistro while the casino level has an upscale Mexican place, a burger joint, a few fast food style places and a bar. The elevators are divided into banks that only serve a few floors so I never had to wait. Security of course checks to make sure you have keys and you need a key to operate the elevators. As with all Vegas hotels there can be really long walks to your room. There's both self parking (really far from your room) and valet. The valet system worked well and I never had to wait long to get my car.



Check In: I arrived at 9 PM and waiting about 5 minutes to get to the front desk. The agent acknowledged I'd booked via FhR and also added my Hyatt number. No luck getting an upgrade but I wasn't expecting it.

Room: I'd paid extra for a deluxe strip view and the view itself did not disappoint. The room felt like generic semi luxury but at least it had a really good bathroom. The bedroom itself was fairly non descript but at least there was some good technology. There is a mini bar, wifi worked well and there were no issues with soundproofing.







Dining: I used my $100 FhR credit first at Salt & Ivy for breakfast and the food was great. I then used the rest at dinner at Jean-Georges Steakhouse which I found to be absolutely excellent.

Overall I very much enjoyed my stay. I'd gladly come back.
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