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ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada
ARIA Resort & Casino, located in the heart of CityCenter on the Las Vegas strip, is a dramatic yet graceful combination of striking architecture, impeccable hospitality and sustainable design. From its soaring three-story lobby to the naturally-lit spectacular public spaces, ARIA Resort & Casino provides each guest an unmatched experience. Contemporary architecture is complemented by warm and intimate interior designs that feature reclaimed wood and native stone. The hotel's 4,004 guest rooms—including 568 suites—offer custom furnishings, lavish amenities, expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, and an exclusive integrated technology that allows guests to customize room features. ARIA Resort & Casino has assembled an impressive collection of the world's most critically acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs, including Masayoshi Takayama, Shawn McClain, Michael Mina, Julian Serrano, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Sirio Maccioni, and Jean-Philippe Maury. The resort also has a dynamic selection of bars and lounges, including a seductive nightclub called HAZE from famed nightlife operators The Light Group.
Be sure not to miss Viva ELVIS™ by Cirque du Soleil®, a harmonious fusion of dance, acrobatics and live music that pays tribute to the life and music of Elvis Presley. The Spa at ARIA offers a complete menu of skincare, massage and hydrotherapy treatments, ganbanyoku beds, a salt room, and a co-ed balcony overlooking the resort's beautiful pools. Adding to the indulgence is a full-service salon, barber shop, deluxe fitness room and group exercise studio. Outside of ARIA Resort & Spa's stylish retail venues, extraordinary shopping is just steps away at Crystals, CityCenter's retail and entertainment district. Crystals houses more than 500,000 square feet of the world's most elite luxury brands and high-end couture. And setting a new standard for responsible growth in Las Vegas, ARIA Resort & Casino has received Gold LEED® certification from the US Green Building Council.
Location of ARIA Resort & Casino
3730 Las Vegas Blvd South, 89158, Las Vegas, Nevada
Nearest Airport: LAS
Amenities for ARIA Resort & Casino
- General Information
- 4004 Guest Rooms
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Pool Bar
- Ice Cream Parlor
- Coffee Shop
- 10 Bars
- 16 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Live Entertainment
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Art Collection
- Pool Cabanas
- 4 Outdoor Pools
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- iPod Docks
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Shopping Mall
Reviews for ARIA Resort & Casino
I have a never stayed at this property before, but a conference I attended took place here. I was pleasantly surprised. My room was beautiful and very current with technology. Tablet in room to control very thing. If you have read my reviews before, you know I like a good health facility and Aria delivered in spades. Tons of cardio and also good weight equipment which kept my workout on schedule. The property is beautiful and seems to be well maintained. Their was a worn spot in the hallway on 11th floor. Seems to be an isolated restaurant. We used several bars and restaurants and they were very hospitable.
Jeff A - Detroit, Michigan, United States
This was my second visit on a business trip for ShopTalk Event at the Aria. The wait line to check in was a little quicker. My hotel room had a nice view and was clean (after a suggestion from the front desk, I chose to change from a king room to a room with two queen beds for a higher floor with a view - it was a better choice and was glad the person at the front desk suggested it). The food options (mid-to-higher end) book up quickly - especially during conferences - I definitely suggest making reservations (even at 9pm in order to get table) - even the bars at the various restaurants in the Aria are full. . . I would highly recommend the Aria for anyone going to Vegas on a business trip or for vacation.
RobertMMiller - Cleveland, Ohio
I was in LV for a convention and, since I had a good stay at this hotel previously I decided to book for a second time. Unfortunately, the check-in has not improved since my last stay. The mobile check in desk was closed by the time I arrived and there was a very long line up at the check out - it took around 35 minutes to get my room key. I booked a standard room and got a room close to the elevator with great view of the roof. By the end of my stay, I was grateful for the room being so close to the elevator etc because my feet were very sore from long days at a convention The room was great! It was beautiful and state of the art - as soon as I opened the door I saw the lights go on, the curtains/shades open up and the tv turn on; all of which is easily controlled by switches or the tablet which are in every room. The room was spacious enough, the bathroom was also big enough with a separate toilet, a great shower and good quality hair dryer. If you are planning on spending time by the pool be warned that the chairs are reserved fast. If you go during peak times, you may have a hard time finding a chair. Even when I went off-peak, it appeared the chairs were all occupied but learned that sometimes it's because people leave the towels behind after they leave the pool area. I noticed the pool wasn't as clean as it should be this visit so only went in the pool once. There is water available to drink by the pool and you can also order food and drinks while there. The restaurants, casino and location on the strip were all really good to me. I was really happy to return to the comfort and modern hotel every evening. The gym is also better than average - it's large (for a hotel gym), clean and modern. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and will return to the hotel.
ChunkeyMonkey - Toronto
As a frequent traveler to Las Vegas, I can tell you that the game changed when I discovered the Aria a couple years ago. The moment I stepped into the lobby I was blown away by its luxurious beauty, the stunning architecture, the color scheme, and the air. Yes, the AIR! This place is fresh. This place called my name...and has ever since. As an Mlife member I have been fortunate enough to enjoy the many perks of the Aria - and the hotel has been OH SO GOOD to me. I've enjoyed the basic room (which is anything but basic-they call it deluxe for a reason), the corner suite, and the one bedroom penthouse panoramic view. All of these rooms get an A+ and nothing else compares on the strip. Let's talk about the people. They work HARD! Let's take a moment to appreciate that. Housekeeping ROCKS! They go out of their way to call you by name and that just makes a girl feel special. The front desk folks are always courteous, helpful, and professional-I think they've conquered something that not all hotels can or want to do-but the front desk folks really are some of the most important to a hotel. The Aria limo drivers are the best I've ever encountered and they are happy to assist from baggage claim to check-in to departure (which is a really sad thing). I've dined at all of the restaurants and they were all OVER THE TOP delicious. There's really no reason to leave the hotel. My stand out favorites are Javier's for the jalapeno margarita and ceviche selection and Lemongrass for the drunken noodles with tofu and veggies. My next trip to the Aria is in two weeks - I'll be documenting my daily adventures in a blog style review with photos so stay tuned for the luxurious details. I can't wait to share!
desertheart67 - Anchorage, Alaska
Just got back from a 3 night stay this last weekend. Stayed in a Deluxe King room with a view of the mountains, gave a spectacular view of the sunset each night! I had stayed at the Aria once before in a strip view room, in which I was somewhat disappointed. So I decided to spend the money elsewhere this time. The room was very nice and comfortable (beds and pillows were heavenly). The location of the Aria is good. A little bit of a walk to the strip, but I enjoyed walking through the Crystal shops. The weather was warm enough to use the pool one of the days we were there. There are 3 pools, and the Liquid Lounge.One of the pools is for the Sky Suites guest. Why the 4 stars? The tablet has true potential, but we found ourselves very annoyed it with. One morning, the tablet would not work to open the blackout shades nor turn on the room lights. The room lights wouldn't even turn on when we flipped the switch. So I called the front desk who would send someone to see what the problem was. After my husband played around with a "master" switch near the door, the controls of the room started working again. We didn't touch the tablet after that. Overall, I enjoyed my stay at the Aria. I would definitely consider coming back.
Ohsoheather - Stanford, California