Located right in the centre of the strip, ARIA is home to the famous Jewel nightclub, where world-class musicians take to the stage each night.
ARIA swaps the novelty design you get at most Vegas hotels with a sleek and modern style. It’s centrally-located, in the middle of the strip, with the Bellagio fountains just a couple of blocks away. And if you fancy exploring, there’s a monorail station connected to the property.
This is where you’ll find the Jewel nightclub, where top DJs and world-famous artists come to perform to the crowds. To top it off, there are more restaurants than you can count on both hands, a variety of bars, and a spa* for pampering treatments*.
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Spanish cuisine is on the menu here, with a variety of tapas dishes and delicious desserts to entice you. There's also a selection of cocktails to sip while you enjoy the vibrant and fun atmosphere.
Serving up fresh, responsibly-sourced seafood alongside farm-fresh steaks, Herringbone serves a feast of crab, oysters, salmon, tuna and more. For dessert, the specialty Herringbone Sundae has Oreo and coffee gelatos with torched marshmallow and salted caramel.
Lights, special effects and world-class DJs and performers make for a wild night out at Jewel Nightclub. Open Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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Unforgettable stay in a tower corner suite!
My boyfriend and I upgraded our room to a tower suite room and lucked out with it being a corner room. When we arrived in the morning to the Aria around 11:30 am mid week, our room wasn't quite ready, but we were called within an hour on our cell and were able to go up to our room and our bags were brought up for us. It was also very nice that we could check in at the tower suite check in, which doesn't have the long lines as the regular room check in line. Where we checked in, there is also a small suite lounge where snacks, soda, waters, and hot tea and coffee is available until 10 pm. When we got up to our room, we were just mesmerized by the stunning city view. We enjoyed having a full sized living room, which was separate from the bedroom. This room had a couch, ottoman, coffee table, writing desk, large television, and mini bar area, with two fridges (it was nice having the other fridge for keeping our drinks and dinner leftovers). I also liked having two separate bathrooms. One bathroom was right when you walked into the room and the other, bigger bathroom was right next to our bedroom. The bigger bathroom has two sinks, a toilet with a bidet, a bathtub with jets, separate shower, and a small television above the tub. I especially appreciated the pretty tiled rainfall shower with a bench. The bed at the Aria is super comfortable and I really loved the soft pillows. There was a television in our bedroom as well, and an IPad where you could control all the lights and curtains with the touch of your finger. The housekeeping staff was friendly and went above and beyond, leaving little things for us like slippers and chocolates after cleaning our room. With that being said, the Aria hotel is our favorite of all the hotels we've stayed in Vegas. The only negative aspect of our entire trip was trying to leave the parking garage. Every time we went out, our room key never worked and we would have to wait to get assistance through the speaker. We even got two new room keys, and we still had the same issue. I went and talked to Rose, who is the manager at the tower suite lounge, and she remedied everything by covering our parking costs for our entire stay and giving us credit for dining at any Aria restaurant!! I have to say that the service from Rose at the Aria was top-notch and I can't wait to come back next year!More
I forgot my digital camera
Very beautiful and luxurious room. The person cleaning was also polite and stayed pleasantly. But when I checked out I forgot my digital camera in my room. We stayed from September 7th to 11th. The room number is 17282 Could you please find me? I want you to come back with just a memory card full of my memories.More
5 star resort
upon entering the resort you are greeted throughout by the most pleasant people working in las vegas checking in the room was not ready, but the took your phone number and text you within an hour to get you accommodated quickly the room was a deluxe king with a good view the room is all controlled by an i pad , my favorite part , you can order food , close and open lights and drapes all with the swipe of your finger, bed was super comfortable, bathroom was beautifully laid out with tile shower and huge tub , quick bites at pizza 5 50 were good the burger lounge was great too as was the fabulous buffet, you cannot try everything there is so much to eat at a reasonable price point , if its pool time you enjoy the aria has the best pools and hot tubs on the strip, getting the morning sun is a plus too cannot wait till we meet again aria resort and casino you are 5 stars in my book!!!More
Frank L, 53301
Top Notch Resort
The hotel/casino is gorgeous compared to some of the older places. The check-in line was very long, but the woman who checked us in was unbelievably nice. Our room had a nice view of the pool. The rooms were really well appointed and very quite. Some of the rooms can be very far from the elevators- be sure to ask if this will bother you. The hotel offered a huge variety of dining options and the casino was brighter and less smokey. We enjoyed eating at Aria Cafe and Javier's during our stay- both were excellent and the service was amazing. We also liked that there was a Starbucks just off the resort elevators. We also appreciated the security guards who made sure you had a room key to access the resort elevators. We had previously stayed at the Delano and I was shocked that anyone could walk in and get on an elevator.. maybe that's the former New Yorker in me. I would stay again without a moment of hesitation.More
Sarah D, 37209
I booked the Aria for a weekend with my girlfriends. The first room we were given was on a lower floor, the shower was leaking and the room looked kind of worn. They gladly changed our room for us and the new room was in much better condition. Service was excellent from the front desk, house keeping,pool waitress to the staff at the spa, everyone was friendly and helpful. The spa was really nice, there were interesting amenities to enjoy like the salt room and the stone beds. I wish I had more time to utilize them. We ate at Julian Serrano in the lobby and it was delicious, I highly recommend. All in all it was a good stay.More
Amy M, 49022
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