Aria Hotel and Casino
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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 78%Nightlife Lovers
- 68%Business Travelers
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- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLGBTLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 13Mar 05, 2014
What a wonderful place. As soon as I walked in, the scent of vanilla air hit me and I knew "this is it"
The rooms are really nice, well the one I was in. Staff were attentive and the pool area fantastic. I liked that it wasn't one pool for everyone , yet a different theme in each one.
- Aria Hotel and CasinoJul 19, 2014
The gorgeous new anchor hotel/casino/resort for the City Center project that MGM Grand built. The rooms are high-tech, sexy, and very luxurious. The entire property really follows suit. World class shopping, dining, drinks, shows, nightlife, etc.
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesStudents+ 4May 20, 2014
Really great hotel! Had my Dad's 50th Birthday here (he parties like he's 25) and it was the bomb! They have really good rates for their suites which are really contemporary. Great places to eat within the hotel as we'll and access to high end shopping at the Crystal Shoppes. There aren't any really popular night clubs there but the restaurants are all excellent dining options. It is also located at the city center which is at the center of the strip. Great location.
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Mar 04, 2014
City Center's first gaming casino. Amazing firework show above the Aria sign in NYE. Crystal mall is connected - high end stores. The complimentary tram takes you to either Monte Carlo or Bellagio. Def check out the pretty cakes and sweet treats at Jean Philippe Patisserie on the casino floor. The first store is at Bellagio. Love love love the pool. It's pretty massive, and has a spa like feel. Buffet is not the best - go to the buffet next door at Cosmopolitan or Bellagio. I'm a major fan of strawberry daiquiris, and Aria by far has the best ones on the strip. From opening day, the casino has a funny smell. Smells like Love Spell from Victoria Secret, lol.
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 3Feb 11, 2014
Stayed in sky suites. Great room except the bed comforter felt like a rubber mat. The pillows are a very soft alt down so if u like firmer, see if they can provide for you. Prompt room service. Great high limit slots! The buffet is excellent!Recommended for:
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- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 4Sep 22, 2013
This hotel is new with amazing amenities and service. So clean and beautiful. The staff is helpful and very pleasant. The rooms have the most comfortable beds and pillows I've ever slept on. They are nicely decorated and everything is electrically remote by a touch pad. I really enjoyed the all electronic system with the lights, curtains, tv, music, and alarm clock hooked up to it. The free wi-fi for guests worked very well, and there were plenty of plugs to use in the room. Great bathroom. No noise issues and the view from the 50th floor was simply breath taking.Recommended for:
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFoodies+ 3Apr 29, 2014
I have to admit I love clean modern hotels ands Aria delivered and often exceeded my expectations!
The hotel is sleek and everything an upscale traveler would desire.
If you are looking for the Vegas of old with Elvis impersonaters running around this would not be the property for you.
The first thing I noticed was the artwork.
It is everywhere,hanging from the ceilings,in the corners EVERYWHERE!
The rooms are clean with floor to ceiling windows that overlook the 5 hotels that are CityCenter.
I was lucky enough to go in the summer and experience the pool which was a relaxing upscale experience devoid of children.
There is also a pool area called Liquid that has an upscale Pool/Club atmosphere.
The Spa is on the 8th floor with yet another pool that overlooks the other two outdoor pools.
There is a Mall that will surely give your credit card a hefty workout and so many amazing restaurants I lost count.
If you aren't traveling with children this is a perfect property for you.Recommended for:
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofFamily TravelersNightlife LoversArt & Design LoversJun 25, 2013
Absolutely beautiful hotel. Very modern and sleek with hints of vanilla pouring from the aircon. Great staff who are very helpful and knowledgable about all the great things to see in Vegas. Nice pool areas with reasonable prices at the bar. Lacks restaurants and the buffet has been closed until November for refurbishment, but when open if it's as stunning as the rest of the hotel I'm sure it will be amazing.Recommended for:
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesMay 23, 2013
My first time staying here and my first time even stepping foot in here. No major issues and an overal pleasant experience. I can't comment on cost/value though as my friend took care of the room.
Hotel: like most other respectable Vegas hotels, Aria is beautifully furnished. No surprises here. Walking distance from places like Marquee.
Rooms: I got what I think they call an executive suite. There is a main living room area in the middle, a bedroom on one side, and a conference room on the other. As you open the door and step into the room, the curtains automatically open, giving you a view through the 25 or so feet of windows. the main bathroom has a tub in the middle, closets off to one side, sinks on the othe side, and a toilet and large shower partitioned by frosted glass doors towards the rear of the bathroom.
Casino: I didn't have much free time to gamble on this trip but the two times I did gamble, I had trouble finding people to play with. Now, this may just be the case everywhere and just a result of the overall state of Vegas and society. But, yeah it was kind of sad. As for the casino itself, it seemed pretty average in terms of size and game quality.
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMar 03, 2014
The Aria is one of my favorite hotel/casino in Vegas. Why? 3 words: Jean Phillipe Bakery...
What better way to satisfy your sweet tooth than with a freshly baked flakey buttery chocolate croissant? My other fav is their giant heart shaped Palmiers... I ALWAYS make sure to bring some home for my friends..
Tip: The popular items do sell out so make sure you get it in the morning.
I love their salads, coffee, and sandwhiches too. Their smoked salmon salad is perfect: light, citrusy, and smokey delish!
The rooms at the Aria are very well appointed: the lights, curtains, tv, and music are all controlled with a remote. I Love Love Love their bed too... Sooooo soft, I have to force myself to get out of bed!!!
It's a short walk to the Crystal Court if you're a baller and have an itch to shop all the top designer brands and it's located right next to the Cosmo hotel aka Party Central.
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- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesAdventure Travelers+ 2Mar 21, 2013
My parents stayed here whenever we were in Vegas. The room is very modern & pretty!
This would definitely be one of the hotels I would stay in next time I'm in Vegas. :D
- Aria Hotel and CasinoMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Jan 19, 2013
The Aria Hotel is the center stone anchor hotel for the newly built massive complex called The City Center, which has 4 hotels in all (Vdara, Cosmopolitan, Mandarin) and is on the strip but inset a bit, with a very high end shopping mall.
The Aria is 2 massive towers S curved over a large access round about from the Strip on Las Vegas blvd. It has a very modern design motif, reminiscent of large. modern Tokyo or Shanghai towers, with design and architectural lines, unlike the ornate stylings of Venetian, Bellagio and Wynn.
The deluxe rooms are over 500 square feet, most offering a view of the city or the strip. Their are at least 6 finer dining choices, many from celebrity chefs like Julian Seranno and Jean Georges.
This is a 5 star hotel and rooms are normally over $200, but you can get special deals, especially in dead winter or summer, for under that, especially if you are a regular to the MGM Entertainment brand of properties which owns this one.Recommended for:
- Aria Hotel and CasinoJan 15, 2013
This place is a great place to stay. The rooms are phenomenal and there are enough restaurants in here to satisfy every craving. The nightclub here, Haze, which is fun...isn't as fun as some of the other nightclubs however. Pool area is nice and the dealers are very professional here.
Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool, a health club, a spa tub, a sauna, and a fitness facility. The property's full service health spa has massage/treatment rooms. This 5.0 star property has a business center
Beds come with premium bedding. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, double sinks, phones, and makeup/shaving mirrors. In addition to CD players, guestrooms offer cordless phones with voice mail. High definition televisions have DVD players. Air conditioned rooms also include desks, minibars, remote lighting/drapery/curtain control, and blackout drapes/curtains. A turndown service is available nightly, housekeeping is offered, and guests may request hypo allergenic bedding. Cribs (infant beds) are available on request.
Notifications and Fees:
The following mandatory hotel imposed fees are charged and collected by the hotel either at check in or check out.
- Resort fee: US$ 20 per room, per day
- Use of fitness center or health club
- Internet access
- Phone calls
- Additional inclusions
Additional fees and deposits may be charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool