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.
The Aria itself is beautiful. The check in process was messy. "Wrong desk, we can't help you. Go walk to the regular desk." - then, "Of course I can help you. Sorry those other girls wouldn't help you." Really weird. The rooms are great. Very roomy and the beds are amazing. No issues with the room aside from annoyingly full fridges with sensors so they're useless. Of course you can pay for an additional fridge. Size of the resort is manageable. The pool area is beautiful. It can be tough to find a chair though. They don't really clear towels so it appears like there's not many seats at first. The casino was good. Lots of options. It can seem really quiet in areas. I would prefer a little more upbeat music. Overall it's a beautiful resort with a few things to deal with. Nothing major though. Would come back.
We visited Vegas at the beginning of April and were booked into the Aria, having previously stayed at the Venetian on our last trip. We had researched the hotel and took the opportunity of acting upon tips from previous travelers on trip advisor and checked in online due to the potential delay in manually checking in after an 11 hour flight. The check in process via our mobile was not very clear and still created a delay, with the reception staff being a little sniffy, it possibly did save us some time but it was not by much! We noticed that the manual check in line was horrendous at times and certainly something not to be faced after a long haul flight!!!In terms of the hotel room, it was large and serviceable however a little tired and became very dusty as the week went on. It was however quiet and we were rarely disturbed by other guests. We had booked the trip for a landmark birthday of which the hotel were aware, and we were disappointed to find we had been allocated a room at the back of the hotel with a view of the air conditioning vents! There were no small touches, as we have had in previous hotels when we were celebrating a special event, such as a complimentary bottle etc which again was disappointing. The corridors in the hotel are shabby in parts and need redecorating, the carpets need cleaning and some of the floor tiles were lifting near the lifts which doesn't give a good impression. It appeared that public areas were given a lot more attention with the foyer being impressive with beautiful floral displays and bicycles hanging from the ceiling.One thing we did notice since the last time we went to Vegas (2 years ago) was the expense of everything, obviously the exchange rate is not great at the moment, but $28 for a beer and a G&T is daylight robbery!We will be back to Vegas at some point I'm sure, but when the exchange rate improves and sadly it won't be at the Aria.
This is a 5* strip hotel following their listing. In fact it is more a good 4* hotel. Not in the same league as the Wynn hotels. Rooms are spacious and clean. Not enough beds at the pool. We wanted to do the behind the scenes tour but were refused as we were not platinum Mlife members yet. the hotel does not make any effort to make things possible, its all about what is not possible following their rules. You are a number, not a guest althought they try to create this admosphere to assign you a socalled "personal concierge", who is also not able to do anything special.This hotel is not worth the price, there are better choices along the strip.the breakfast is too sumptious, too much choice and you all have to pay for this. One of the most expensive budgets on the strip. If you just want a good bf with eggs to your choice go to the Montecarlo.
Wow ! It's a new hotel and is very smart and service is very good Fresh flowers everywhere are beautiful.Our room was amazing the views were breathtaking ! Fab comfy bed lovely large shower and bath electric curtains and really good blackout blinds ,safe hairdryer mini bar (expensive )but hey all of Vegas is ! All restaurants and bars in hotel are very good .The casino areas is clean and smart apart from the fact you can smoke but that's the case in all the hotels 😬Love the outside pool area fresh towels and very good waitress service my husband enjoyed the pretty girls serving drinks 😂 would definitely return loved it !
We stayed here for 3 nights as part of a wedding party. The room was very large, perhaps the largest room I've had in Vegas. It had a King bed, but there was so much space on each side of the bed that I felt like they could have even put more furniture in the room. The decor is dark and felt like it could use a refresh, but things were in good shape overall. The bathroom included a shower and full soaking tub, along with a separated toilet and large vanity area. Very nice and plenty of room for two people to get ready at the same time. I also liked the hotel's location on the Strip, as it was easy to walk or take the tram to Planet Hollywood, the Bellagio and several other big hotels. The pool area is large with several pools- it was quite hot when we were visiting so most of the pool chairs were snagged by 9 -10 a.m. Arrive early if you want multiple chairs together and plan to be in the sun as shad is limited. Overall, a great hotel option in Vegas, and I would definitely consider staying here again.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- 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.
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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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