Home » VT News » ASS Watch: The New Aria Sky Suites Website

ASS Watch: The New Aria Sky Suites Website

By Chuckmonster on Wednesday, 26th October 2011 4:27pm
  » filed under Las Vegas  comments: 11


ARIA Sky Suites, aka A.S.S., has finally begun rolling out its brand spin off campaign with a new website dedicated to ARIA's exclusive accommodations.

Aria Sky Suites

Included in the website are copious photo galleries of all of the ASS offerings. It is a shame that the interface is so wonky. My favorite continues to be the unnamed and unlisted room that Blackjacker1979 filed a review of last year.

Should you have $3,500-$7,500k sitting around, you too can book a night in ARIA's Sky Villas, the ASS equivalent of the jawdropping Duplex Apartment at Encore.

It is good to see some of the ASS uncovered.

Big thanks to VT super ferret Mac96969 for the tip!

Tagged: aria sky suites   encore   luxury   


Comments & Discussion:

This is very well designed, and it isn't Flash. I hope all casino web sites look like ASS in the future. Guess I should give Wynncore a small amount of credit, their website has loaded like ASS for a while now.

Here's the villa image, btw:

One of the pics shows they've changed the ASS lounge! Finally!

Nice ASS.

The ASS is a little expensive for me, but I can admire it from afar.

Those sky villas really do look awesome, I just wish they had more info on the site in regards to floorplans & ameneties in the sky villas than they do. They talk about having smaller sky villas and single story ones, but all the pictures I've seen are of the duplexes that I'm sure are the largest (and most expensive) ones.

I have to say personally, I much prefer the contemporary ambience of the sky villas' decor to the look of the Wynn duplex, which looks like a Grandma's apartment, whereas the sky villas seem much more sleek and masculine by comparison.

So sad that the top-shelf open bar is now a nightly wine and cheese offering. I don't think the room offerings are distinctive enough for this to work as a separate brand. The natural competition is MO and this will only serve to enflame their partnership.

I found the lack of personal vehicle access to be a drawback. The entry is quite limited, we did use the limo and it's a small tunnel that is a far cry from the Wynn TS.
Good to see they re-did the lounge but, again, TS is already upgrading their superior product.
It will be interesting to see if the re-branding works to the extent rates increase.
Thanks for the report.

Speaking of ASS have you seen the girls they have working there?

Someday I really want to tap that ASS.

I love the look and feel of Aria, but SkySuites sorta ruins it. While some of the rooms are great (the bathrooms in the penthouses are incredible), the check-in area looks like a Marriott.

Also, nobody can explain to me why they can't make better use of the "private porte-cochère" they're so fond of bringing up every five minutes. Why can't you call from your room and have a cab waiting there? Or why can't your Sky Suites key get you access to that driveway if you're returning home from a long day? It'd be great to get dropped off there without schlepping through the loud casino.

Comments Are Closed

Subscribe via RSS

Recent Comments:

michigan2010 posted: "MGM equals cookie cutter casino. No to reason to step foot in Bellagio again. Just hope they don't screw up..."
» Sayonara Bellagio Table Game Canopies...
saharalv posted: "I wish the editors were the entire electoral college in 2016...."
» Introducing the Trippies Class of...
fatbastard posted: "So many people letting a billionaire live rent free in their heads. Funny. Too bad it also detracts from the..."
» Introducing the Trippies Class of...
wpsteel66 posted: "Total bummer…talk about taking the class and uniqueness away from the Bellagio…another smart move on CEO Jim and making all..."
» Sayonara Bellagio Table Game Canopies...
damania posted: "Is there a podcast?..."
» Introducing the Trippies Class of...

» More Comments