Aria Resort & Casino
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Located right in the center of the Strip, Aria is a great choice for those who want a combination of a newer resort, a great location and higher-end accommodations. The dining options are outstanding and the casino floor and large, not overly noisy and well ventilated, which if you've stayed in an older casino before, your greatly appreciate these features. A definite top pick for those who want a nicer, center-Strip resort.
Aria Resort & Casino is located in the heart of the CityCenter retail and entertainment district. Featuring a variety of dining experiences, a dynamic collection of lounges and bars, a nightclub, luxury spa and pools. All guest rooms and suites offer floor-to-ceiling windows, luxurious decor and linens and integrated technology allowing each guest to customize the lighting, room temperature, and music.
Location: City centre on the Las Vegas Strip, between Bellagio and Monte Carlo.
- Great location right in the middle of the Strip.
- Higher-end luxury shopping located right next to the hotel.
- Close to t-mobile arena
- Modern rooms and decor.
After about 5 stays here in 4 years, the Aria became my “go-to” hotel in the strip. The rooms were always so quiet and you’d melt in the bed. But staying here this weekend and the beds have gotten old and lumpy. My sheets feel worn out and bumpy. And - maybe it’s just my room location - it’s noisy. I am so sad to lose this as my easy pick. Incidentally I am still here, and the hotel has offered to swap my mattress. We will see, but I still hate to have to deal with a hotel’s oversights while paying them good money.
Stayed here for a business meeting with 6 others. The hotel is beautiful but there were some down sides. The hall ways are so confusing to navigate. Had to wait to check in. The buffet is awesome. Starbucks sucks in the first place but the 15-20 minute line made it worst. The pool areas were Awesome as was the wait staff there. Thankfully I wasn't there for a view as my room overlooked a parking garage. All in all a very nice resort!
Stayed here 6 nights arrived late at night a quick check-in but, did'nt like the $600 dollars you have to put down against your room. We had a deluxe 2 bed queen room but found the carpet dirty in places so complained next morning and was offered another one which is fine but you have to pack your cases again losing time, we think we were given this room because of our late check-in, we found the new room great comfy beds big bathroom and very clean, we found all of the staff very polite except on gaming tables checking ID no please or thankyou from them especially security. We had buffet meal in hotel which was very good and also had meals at 2 other restaurants in hotel also very good, we used the pool a couple of times nice and clean but hardly any sunbeds if you go down at 12 o clock onwards free water from machines and free towels, the hotel does,nt lead directly onto strip you go through shopping centre or you can catch the sky train to other hotels, upon leaving hotel there is storage for cases etc if you have a evening flight they will also get you a taxi back to airport for about $15.
My out-of-town brother booked rooms at Aria to celebrate our mother's birthday. Here are my thoughts about that. Gem Bar will not comp drinks unless you have a player's card and are continuously playing. As in, don't even think about stopping to light a cigarette, check your phone, or make conversation with someone because you'll instantly be cut off. The bartender wasn't even polite about it. He would actually pour drinks and withhold them until the light stopped blinking (blinking means you are being a bad gambling robot!) They want you to press that button every few seconds or else. It's gross, and unfriendly, and if I am clearly being observed feeding my machine twenty dollar bills, and tipping well, just pour me a draft beer, dude. At one point I decided to go rogue and just pay for a drink and it cost me over $16 for a glass of cabernet. I've never felt less welcome at a bar. When I first entered my room the drapes flew open on their own and loud music started playing on tv. That's because the rooms are ultra hipster modern with amenities like ipads that control things. My ipad never did connect to the internet so I was left to stumble around in the dark pressing poorly labeled wall panels (what does "goodnight" do? It plunges you into darkness, ready or not!) The hallways are super confusing. I met many people along the way who were also desperate to locate the elevators. I saw so many couples standing there, staring (and swearing!) at the signs. The registration line took about forty minutes. A hotel employee was passing out bottled water, like a new ride at Disneyland, except a lot less fun. It was the only place I was able to get a drink because I certainly couldn't get one while playing the tables where a cocktail server took my order and never returned. Then, there was an issue with my key card that was finally solved after two trips to the front desk at one a.m. I'll just quote the girl at the front desk for you, "this is not the customer service agent's fault." I feel so welcome, Aria! Overall, no thanks, Aria. Your property is beautiful, and centrally located (something us locals don't really consider a perk) but with so many other choices and so many comped drinks elsewhere, I will not be back. The best thing about my stay at Aria was dinner at Beauty and Essex next door at Cosmo.
We stayed at the Aria for 4 nights Thursday to Sunday. We reserved a strip view junior suite. I joined M rewards before our visit which allowed me to e-check in the day of our reservation to avoid the line and to be notified when the room was ready. I did receive an email checked in but received no response. When we arrived at the hotel around 11pm there was a huge line. I went to the M rewards desk since the electronic check-in area was roped off. I was told I should not be checking in at that desk but after explaining the situation and a 2 minute phone call we were allowed to check in at that desk and received our room. The room was excellent however there is no complimentary water or coffee maker. The line ups for coffee at Starbucks, the pastry shop and restaurants were huge 15-20 minutes during a slow time in Vegas. Please add coffee makers and water to the rooms as this is a given at all 4-5 star hotels and resorts.
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Resort fees (if applicable) must be paid directly to the hotel
- Hotel transfers for packages to USA
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 4004 rooms and suites
- 16 restaurants (American, Spanish, Thai, Japanese, Italian, Bistro cuisine)
- 10 bars including: Lobby bar, Lounge, Nightclub
- Three primary pools with 50 cabanas, one European-style pool
- 80,000 square-foot, two level Spa & Salon
- Fitness centre
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Parking (fee)
- 1,800-seat theatre featuring Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil
- 150,000 square-foot Casino
Deluxe room includes:
- 2 queen-size beds or 1 king-size bed
- Air conditioning
- 42" LCD HDTV
- Iron and ironing board
- Bathrobe for use during your stay
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Soaking tub with separate shower
- Nightly turndown service
- Safety deposit box
- Mini bar
- Integrated one-touch control of room features, including dimmable lighting, room temperature, television/video systems, music, wake-up calls, draperies, and requests for services through a single, easy-to-use remote control
More room classes are available. Please inquire for more details.
Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.
Resort Location Map
Aria Resort & CasinoLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89158-4300
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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