NileGuide Expert Says:
Aria is a new generation of hotel casino in Las Vegas--sleek and no themes.
3730 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
866 359 7757
Hotel star rating:
bar, restaurant, minibar, parking, business-facilities, fitness-club, swimming-pool, internet-available, room-service, safe-deposit, tv-in-room, air-conditioning
Aria is the flagship of the ambition CityCenter development, the Las Vegas Strip's mixed-use complex with an assortment of hotels, shops, gaming, artwork, and restaurants. Opened at the end of 2009, Aria's high-tech appearance and accoutrements wowed the masses--a casino with natural light (almost unheard of), huge flatscreens in the rooms, a remote control for everything, and a programmable room thermostat. For the visitor who loves high-tech and luxury, Aria has it all.
Thirteen restaurants are on site, including big names like Michael Mina's American Fish, a Jean-Georges Steakhouse, and Julian Serrano. Haze nightclub and Gold Lounge (a bar designed for your inner Elvis) give guests a selection of nightlife, and Cirque du Soleil's tribute to the King, "Viva Elvis," plays in Aria's theater.
Artwork throughout the property includes a piece by Maya Lin, creator of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. Fountains grace the property, and are a part of the art program. Adjacent to Aria, visitors will find a large shopping complex, Crystals.
No Las Vegas hotel would be complete without a killer pool, and Aria has three pools. Their adults-only pool club, Liquid, is fully loaded with cabanas, daybeds, and cool D.J.'s.