ARIA Resort & Casino | From $119/night

ARIA Resort & Casino sits at the heart of the Strip -offering panoramic views of Las Vegas with its exclusive dining, dynamic nightlife and luxurious rooms.

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Sporting magnificent modern architecture and top-tier dining, entertainment, pool and spa options, ARIA stands tall as a hip resort in the heart of the Strip.

The vibe:

Modern, gleaming and chic. Luxury on all levels

What we love:

ARIA Las Vegas opened at the end of 2009 and it still has that new car smell. The rooms are a tech lover’s dream, featuring the latest gadgetry (keyless locks, personalized automation, etc.). Each room includes an in-room tablet where you’ll have one-touch control of lighting, temperature, draperies, music, in-room dining and more. Simply put, you’re the master of your domain at ARIA Las Vegas.

Open year-round, the pool area at ARIA is like something out of the Garden of Eden. Three ellipse-shaped pools are spread across a palm tree-laden deck.

Good to know:

There isn’t a bad room in the house. Since the price point is elevated here, why not just go all out and upgrade to one of the Sky Suites? With the one-bedroom penthouse, not only will you get postcard-worthy views and more flat-screen TVs than you’d find in an electronics store, but you’ll enjoy extras like limousine transport from the airport, a personal concierge and access to the private Sky Suites Lounge, where you can indulge in drinks (yes, this includes alcohol) and snacks all day and night long.

If you’re thinking of smoking in your room at ARIA, don’t. At checkout, you might find you’ve been hit with a $500-$1000 smoking restoration fee. Be aware that most of the resort’s rooms (98 percent of them, only a few high roller suites have been exempted) are nonsmoking, so the only places you’ll be able to light up are on the casino floor or in various bars.

Parking at ARIA seems more confusing than it really is. The only way to access this garage is by turning off the Strip onto Aria Place. Follow the signs (there is no light) as these will indicate where the left turnoff is to a long ramp that goes down into the garage. This feels trickier than it is because you don’t actually see the garage they guide you towards.

We also just want to add that ARIA is set way back from the Strip. Of course, most Vegas Strip resorts involve a walk to reach Las Vegas Boulevard, but this is one of the longer ones. To get to the Strip, you’ll have to go through The Shops at Crystals or walk along a series of shops parallel to City Center Place and take a pedestrian bridge across to The Shops at Crystals. Think of it as your workout to burn off those buffet calories.

Insider tips:

Be an art lover. ARIA’s got an impressive fine art collection, and you don’t have to pay a museum admission cost to view it. Several pieces dot the property’s indoor and outdoor public spaces. So spend the day exploring, it’s totally worth it.

Spend an afternoon at ARIA’s Spa & Salon. There are some seriously unique amenities in here including a Shio salt room (its salt-infused air improves both your breathing and skin) and Ganbanyoku heated stone beds, which are unbelievably soothing to your muscles.


  • Number of rooms:
    4,004 rooms.
  • Casino:
    Yes, 150,000 square feet of gaming.
  • Race & Sports Book:
    Yes. The race and sports book has numerous televisions.
  • Restaurants:
    Aria Patisserie – French Posh Burger – American Javier’s – Mexican Din Tai Fung – Pan-Asian Jean Georges Steakhouse – Steakhouse Carbone – Italian Bardot Brasserie – French Salt & Ivy – American Catch – Asian Lemongrass – Thai Moneyline Pizza & Bar – American Blossom – Chinese Starbucks – Café The Pub – American Julian Serrano Tapas – Spanish
  • Nightlife:
    Yes, several bars and lounges including Alibi Ultra Lounge, Lift Bar, The Pub and Lobby Bar.
  • Attractions:
    Yes. There is a $40 million fine art program showcasing works, water features within the property and Crystals at ARIA Campus, a retail and dining venue, is located outside the lobby of ARIA.
  • Pool:
    The Aria Pool Complex: Three eclipse shaped pools
  • Health club or fitness equipment:
  • Spa:
    The Spa at Aria offers the following treatments: Massages – custom, expecting mother, signature, athletes Facials – classic, signature, hydrafacial Barber Services – haircut, shave, head shave, hot lather shave Salon Services – haircut, highlights, balayage, blowouts, waxing, manicures, pedicures, acrylics
  • Shops:
    Yes. ARIA has several shops and Crystals, a retail and entertainment district located just outside the lobby.
  • Convention rooms:
    Yes. Technologically advanced meeting and pre-function space. Upgrades include custom digital media walls, high-tech furniture, multiple charging stations and more seating capacity.
  • Concierge:
  • Child-care facilities:
  • Room service:
    Yes, select hours only.
  • Maid service:
    Available upon request.
  • Pets allowed:
  • In-room Internet access:
    Yes, it’s included in the daily resort fee. Click here for details.
  • Hotel amenities:
    Concierge, currency exchange, same-day laundry service, luggage service, maid service upon request, safety deposit box, wake-up call.
  • Parking garage:
    Yes. Registered hotel guests and visitors who are self-parking or using valet at the Aria garage will be charged the following: Self-Parking – 0 to 60 minutes: FREE; 1 to 4 hours: $15; 4 to 24 hours: $18 per day Valet – 0 to 2 hours: $21; 2 to 4 hours: $25; Over 4 to 24 hours: $30  Monday – Thursday Valet – 0 to 2 hours: $25; 2 to 4 hours: $30; Over 4 to 24 hours: $35 Friday – Sunday There is no grace or free period for valet parking.
  • RV park:
  • Shuttle service to the airport:
    Shuttle service to and from the airport available for a fee from an outside company.
  • Shuttle service to the strip:
    A tram runs between the Bellagio and Park MGM with a stop at the Crystals retail district. ARIA is adjacent to Crystals.
  • Wheelchair accessible rooms:
    Yes. ADA and hearing impaired rooms are also available
  • Check-in time:
    3 p.m.
  • Check-out time:
    11 a.m.
  • Minimum age to reserve a room:
    21 years.
  • Policies:
    There is a maximum of four guests to a room. There will be a $50 charge for each guest over two. Firearms are not permitted on the premises of  ARIA, including within our hotel rooms. If requested, safekeeping of properly registered firearms can be arranged.
  • Incidental charges:
    We will place an authorization on credit or debit card to cover applicable charges for room, tax and resort fees, as well as a  per day incidental amount of $150 for Deluxe Rooms, $250 for Tower Suites and $350 for Sky Suites to allow you access to room charging privileges. This may result in additional authorizations should your charges exceed the originally approved amount. Cash is not accepted. Guests using a debit card in lieu of a credit card acknowledge unused funds are released upon check-out may take 3-7 business days for domestic banks and up to 30 days for international banks to become available through their financial institution.