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Aria Hotel and Casino

3730 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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  • 77%
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  • 77%
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  • 66%
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  • 58%
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  • 58%
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  • 54%
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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Craig Weichmann
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    3 Sep 11, 2012

    Pretty rooms. Expensive for what you get. If you are a regular Vegas-goes, it could be good. It is in the MGM family. But if you are just a normal traveler, it is hard to like this since there aren't rewards.

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    Hunter Janoff
    4 Aug 23, 2012

    Great pools but everything is super far away. Huge property - I basically only stayed to be close to the Cosmopolitan - not bad though.

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    Indy Singh
    4 Aug 20, 2012

    Rooms are very similar to Vdara, except the latter is non-smoking and does not have a Casino. Great place to play poker.

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    Jeffrey Donenfeld
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    3 Jul 05, 2012

    I have not stayed here. Aubryn who is sitting next to me has not stayed here, and I dont know anybody who has. But i have seen this hotel, and it definitely looks like a hotel.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Lili McGovern
    4 Jul 05, 2012

    Very modern and exquisite hotel. Hopping nightclubs and great places to eat. Can be a little pricey but worth it.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Scott Harris
    5 Jul 05, 2012

    The most gorgeous hotel I have ever seen! Newest addition to the strip, it's the capstone to the City Center complex. Every room is controlled by a single console; you don't even need to upgrade to a suite! I absolutely love this hotel!

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  • Aria Hotel and CasinoPro 2014
    Mel S Wong
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    4 Jul 05, 2012

    the Aria is located in the new City Center and very convenient it is. It is walking distance to several other hotel/casinos which means food options are plenty. Hotel amenities include a wonderful spa and swimming pool, 24 hour cafe, and numerous lounges. Since this is one of the newer hotels in Vegas, the rooms are all equipped with electronic controls which means everything from lighting, to curtains, to the TV, Alarm, and phone are controlled by one smart panel.

    To tell the truth, there isn't anything really that spectacular about the hotel, BUT, to me the single most important amenity that it has going for it is that it is home to Elvis the cirque du soleil show. As an Elvis fan, that is enough said.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Laura S
    4 Jul 05, 2012

    This place is very modern, clean and artsy. It had a bit of asian zen to it... Or tried to but its nice.

    Service
    This guy named James totally helped me out. He was so nice. I was locked out of my room twice (the key card system is kinda jacked up) and he was so patient with me and gave me extra keycards to try just in case. I was so frustrated with their key system. He was great tho.

    Room
    Standard room
    Pretty and so techy!
    There is a switch for everything! If we were going to bed, we just hit the Goodnight button and everything shuts off and the curtains closes. Pretty awesome.

    Bed has tons of pillows. A lot!

    Room was spacious! Bathroom had separate toilet and shower space. Bathtub and shower in same place.

    Condiments at Aria suck. Haha. Shampoo had no scent and felt like cheap hotel shampoo. Not something you would expect from a high end place like Aria. So I was surprised. Yes I take that into consideration! I'm Asian!

    Overall, good hotel!

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    volfanga
    5 Jul 05, 2012

    One of the best new Casino Hotel resorts in Las Vegas. Totally automated
    rooms with incredibly comfortable beds. Great restaurants and a fantastic poker room!

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Lily Rodriguez
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    3 Jul 05, 2012

    Lovely hotel! Lovely Casino!

    Only thing I really don't like is the smoke on the casino floor. The rooms are pretty standard looking. 2 beds and a bathroom. No separate living area.

    I was annoyed that the ipod input for the room didn't work. Come on! It's Vegas. We totally should have music in the room. Ugh.

    Nice bathroom. Not a big fan of the tub/shower combo but it worked for us girls. :)

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Tali Manouki
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    3 Jul 05, 2012

    The casino floor is very stylish, and the flow of how the slot machines and tables are layed out is in such a way that you aren't overpowered by the noise and flashing lights. I also noticed that while you are gambling, the drink servers are way more friendly and attentive here as compared to the other casinos on the Strip.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Ringo So
    5 Jul 05, 2012

    Amazing hotel and casino. Amenities were plenty. Lots of great restaurants. One of the best poker rooms in Vegas.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Kevin Cheng
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    4 Jul 04, 2012

    Pricy but so posh, the rooms are the fanciest I've seen in Vegas but it's a little cold and sterile. I'd wait for a good deal before booking, they sometimes have offers where they'd give you resort credit for staying two nights, we got some fancy chocolate and dinner out of it.

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  • Aria Hotel and CasinoPro 2014
    Susan Lee
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    4 Jul 04, 2012

    This is nice hotel, very modern. There's a bridge that leads you right to Crystals, the new shopping center. Try out Jean-Phillippe, the chocolate shop in the hotel. Their hand painted chocolates are amazing. The Skybox Sports Bar and Grill has some pretty delicious calamari and seared ahi. Look out for resort credits via email too.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Jordan Iverson
    5 Jul 04, 2012

    Really enjoyed this hotel. As a designer/builder, this might be the coolest hotel I've ever stayed at. Love the style, and automation and electronics in the room. Everything in your room is controlled by a remote. Oh...and most comfortable hotel bed ever.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    David L.
    3 Jul 04, 2012

    the hotel is beautiful. brand new, the shopping is upscale and the decor stunning both in the lobby, shops, and rooms. the room (saw a friend's room but didn't stay) is a bit small but nicely decorated and great view of the center of the strip.

    the buffet however was lacking. first off, they charged our friend's child who is 4 years old full adult prices. and they wouldn't budge. i don't know many kids that age who can eat $32 worth of buffet food. next, they wanted to charge up an 18% service fee for seating our party of 6 adults, 2 kids together. even though the place was nearly empty. so we had to split into 2 adjacent tables. talk about lame. anyways, the food was avg for vegas buffet, though the initial encounter left a bad taste in our mouths. if you have a large party and/or children, i wouldn't recommend coming here. try bellagio, caesar's, rio, etc. instead

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Andre
    4 Jul 04, 2012

    The newest hotel in Vegas right now. Everything looks new and "expensive". Really nice place to stay.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Veronica Sartori
    4 Jul 04, 2012

    ARIA is a solid choice, even though it's not the most romantic or most "with-frills" hotel on the strip. The hotel is clean-cut and simple. The restaurants are all safe and pretty solid (American Fish won't disappoint!). The club Haze is mediocre but they offer plenty of lounges that are quite chill and not overcrowded and don't charge cover (Gold Club upstairs or Deuce downstairs). It has a convenient tram to Bellagio and Monte Carlo.

    Overall the rooms here are all solid and beautiful. Very similar to the rooms at Vdara but missing the kitchenette. Very comfy beds.

    If you want something safe that's still quite high end, Aria is a good choice.

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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    eywu
    5 Jul 04, 2012

    I stayed here just this past President's Day weekend and loved it. The casino itself is a bit overly dark / masculine for my tastes, but still very beautiful and luxurious.

    We stayed on the 53rd floor which had a fabulous view of the neighboring Vdara and overlooked the Palms and Rio. The windows in the room are large so you'll have an unobstructed view.

    The beds were a bit on the soft side for me, but still a comfortable King. The cool thing is when you walk into the room, it has some sort of motion sensor ... The TV turns on, the lights turn on, the curtains open, and on the screen is a Welcome message with your name on it. It's the little things that make the hotel nice.

    Also the fact that they pump the smell of vanilla throughout the casino is totally awesome. You never feel like your sitting in a cloud of smoke, like you do at other hotels. It sounds a bit funny, but it makes a big difference not smelling like cigs all day long.

    The gambling is avg. to high for table minimums. It's about the same as at the Bellagio which is the sister hotel.

    There's also a tram that takes you from the Bellagio or to the Monte Carlo. Unfortunately it doesn't go to the neighboring Cosmopolitan b/c the Cosmo isn't part of the MGM chain of hotels.

    All in all a wonderful stay. I'd definitely stay again.

    *hint* book it through priceline if you want a great deal.

    Recommended for:Luxury Travelers
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  • Aria Hotel and Casino
    Cindy Chen
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    3 Jul 04, 2012

    I'm unsure of this hotel. I visited it last year, and it gave me this cold, cavernous feeling which is an absolute no-no when it comes to Asians gambling.

    Then, I went back this year, with some coworkers, and while I still can't completely get rid of that feeling, I gambled here and didn't lose my shirt (well, didn't win either, so maybe that's still saying something).

    Anyway, they have an Elvis theme, with a Cirque du Soleil show (which, if you are expecting a CdS show, don't go see, but if you are expecting a fun musical with some acrobat moves and great Elvis music, then go) and all in all, is an ok hotel I suppose.

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Description

Situated near the airport, this Las Vegas hotel is also close to Sands Expo Convention Center and Thomas and Mack Center. Another nearby attraction is Fashion Show Mall.

Features.
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

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and offers small meeting rooms, a technology helpdesk, and limo/town car service. Wireless and wired high speed Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply). This Las Vegas property has event space consisting of conference/meeting rooms and a ballroom. Guest parking is complimentary. Additional property amenities include a casino, a bar/lounge, and valet parking. The property has designated areas for smoking.

Guestrooms.
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
Hotel resort fee inclusions:
  • Use of fitness center or health club
  • Internet access
  • Newspaper
  • Phone calls
  • Additional inclusions
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change.

Additional fees and deposits may be charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.

Amenities:

  • Business Center
  • Fitness Center
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool

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