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.
My wife and I have been coming to Vegas 2-4 times a year since 2011 and stay here every time. The hotel/casino is very clean and has an upscale, yet stylish feel to it. It's not gaudy like the Bellagio- rather subtle in its elegance. The rooms are large and technologically advanced (USB ports, curtains open/close at the push of a button, excellent A/V system with the TV making it easy to connect your own devices to it). Most of the restaurants onsite are good- we especially love the buffet (worth the price). It also has a co-ed spa, which is surprisingly unique in Vegas and perfect for my wife and I. The workout room is also large and has modern equipment.Finally, the pool area has an upscale and relaxing feel to it. It's not the loud party that the Hard Rock or the former Monte Carlo would have. It's relaxing in the sense that you could read a book for hours on end, sleep in the sun, enjoy the pool, or just hang out and banter about with friends. Unless you're in the party/drinking mood, I'd recommend a spot in the pool closest to the entrance (which is furthest from their day club). The music booming from the day club is annoying if you're instead wanting a more quiet poolside experience.Aria isn't the cheapest hotel by a mile, but you get what you pay for. In this case, you'll pay more, but the extra cost is well worth the experience you'll receive.Lastly, we've experienced a few management issues in our various visits over the years. If you have a problem, reach out to the front desk and speak with a manager. They've always worked with us to make things right and have been very generous and gracious in doing so. Customer service is very important part of the Aria experience and it shows in their management and staff. We have no desire to stay anywhere else when we visit Vegas- Aria is perfect for us!
The resort is nice though the wallpaper in the halls on our floor needed some serious repair as did a couple of items in the room, which we reported and were told would be fixed right away; they were not (phone and electronics consul). The bed was not comfortable nor were the pillows.
I have been there during the CES week. Despite the busy days, the check-in went very smoothly, and I found the room clean and comfortable. Only downside has been the lighting in the room - the room was too dark.The service, whether in room dining or the concierge service was outstanding both in term of responsiveness and kindness. I have been very positively impressed by the support of the concierge in finding a table to dine despite the super-busy timing. Same applies to the late checkout possibility, as a fee, but very efficient. The restaurant choice is great. Personally I have tried the Lemongrass and have enjoyed the yellow curry which was delicious. The same applies to the Aria cafe where I have found a good choice of international and healthy meals.The hotel design (reception area) is amazing. Overall a great experience. One of the best in Las Vegas.
While the decor is nice this location is overpriced. Our 1st night we didn't even have shampoo or soap in the shower. The items in the room are outrageously over priced --- a bottle of Figi water $20--- along with a fridge charge--$25-- if you want to store any of our own food. We booked with a travel agent and were told there would only be a $39 additional nightly charge when we check in. When we arrived we were given an additional $150 nightly security deposit charge. When we called the consierge desk to ask if they had a jaccuzi and where it's located they didn't know and transferred us to the front desk where no one answered. When we went to gamble the floor manager seemed like he had better things to do than tell us where a specific game was. The wait staff on the floor must have been understaffed because they were either openly rude or took an excessively long time to take or return orders (even after been well tipped). We had enjoyable times at other hotels casinos and their restaurants. So we will not be returning to ARIA.
I’ve stayed at Aria a few times and always happy with the experience. A good mid tier hotel well located with friendly staff and a good casino. Staying here during CES, which is always crazy (sshow) and they were able to check me in early. The trade off was a room on the lowest level with a terrible view - but the helpful receptionist said I could wait for a higher room and check in at the normal time if I wanted. As I went to my room for the early check-in with a large group of people all checking in early it became clear this was a strategy - get the lesser rooms cleaned first and give them to anyone checking in early. Well played Aria and I can’t blame them.The room was nice, clean and bed super comfortable, and needed some upkeep with some paint chips off the door, etc but nothing unlivable. The big issue was how loud it was from the neighbors. Anytime I was in the room I could hear clearing of throat, coughing and other human sounds. It was so bad that after the first day I bought a giant fan ($25) from CVS for white noise and it drowned out the noise and was fine. Please note, I didn’t inform Aria as it’s CES and finding a new room would be an issue and same issue could be in any Aria room. I hadn’t had the problem before when I stayed at Aria so think its luck and just depends on the neighbors.Overall, a good stay and I would recommend the Aria to anyone looking for a good mid tier Vegas hotel.
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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
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