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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deluxe double room
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Truly Wonderful Experience
friendly staff..many dining, entertainment and shopping options - very comfortable rooms and great location. It is an MLife property so there are additional benefits to a a stay here. Great Vibe too.!!!More
We enjoyed our stay at the Aria and our time in the casino. We didn't play the tables as they were very full and table minimums seemed to be $25-$50. They have many slot and they were not very busy and I was lucky enough to take some money home with me. The casino is big and there are several restaurants to eat at scattered throughout the casino floor. More
Showing wear already
This was my second stay at the Aria. During this stay I was struck by the wear the hotel is already seeing since its opening just 16 years ago. Seems maintenance could improve as the room desk had noticeable chips and marks, the shower had cracks in the floor and in the hall the mounded base board was peeling off. There were also dirty dishes from room service in the hall each morning as I walked to the elevator. I stayed in room 10094 and experienced great service. Rooms were clean and the concierge was very gracious. Would give five stars if more attention was paid to maintenance.More
Another Great Stay!
This was our second stay at the Aria, and every bit as enjoyable as the first! Again we arrived on a Friday afternoon, check-in was relatively quick at around 2pm. The only downside was that our room was not yet ready, and we had to wait for around an hour or so - not ideal when you've just come off a lengthy flight but not the end of the world! Other than that, the stay was pretty faultless. We used the Buffet for dinner on the first night. Last time we stayed, we had MyVegas bogof for the buffet, which in my opinion, makes it better value than having to pay full price! Food quality was good though. Plenty of spaces around the pool, even though we arrived during the start of a heatwave for the area, college basketball events and Las Vegas NASCAR. So with all those events, the area was buzzing and all the hotels were very busy. We stayed in a room on the 25th floor overlooking the strip - so similar views to when we last stayed - simply amazing!More
Love the light!
Most of the hotels in Vegas have a dark feel to them and I find them kind of depressing. The Aria is so full of light and modern - not dark and depressing like all the other hotels on the strip. I love it! My only complaint is the controls in the room were super confusing. We had a few laughs trying to figure out how to turn on the lights without opening or closing the drapes and turning on the TV. Also, we must have bumped one of the mini bar items on the counter because we were charged $16 for eating something from it. I called and told them this was incorrect and they credited it, but be careful of the min bar items. If you move them just a slight amount it seems you get charged. The rooms are very well insulated and we could not hear our neighbors or any activity in the hallways. The Mexican restaurant was SO yummy and the Thai restaurant had the best Phad Thai!More
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