Check-in involved long line but many clerks moved it along well. We requested king quiet room. At first were told only quiet room was with 2 queen beds. When we declined that a quiet king room was found for us. The room had the view of the top of the roof only and nothing else which was certainly ugly but it was quiet. Room was clean and nicely furnished. Electronic controls of lights, drapes etc is very confusing. Wi-fi was difficult to get connected to. Walk from self parking to hotel lobby for check-in and to your room is very long through the casino. The swimming pools and gym are awesome. I was able to swim laps in one of the pools at 9 am both mornings we were there. Understandably all the in hotels food is expensive but the absurd charge of $25/day if you remove anything from the mini bar fridge to put in anything personal beyond anything I can ever accept. They did end up waiving this ridiculous charge but it will forever make me be on the lookout for extra charges.
Aria Resort And Casino
3730 S LAS Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV
Natural light floods both the lobby and all 4,004 rooms, each with panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows. The resort’s 16 restaurants feature innovative menus inspired by the air, land and sea. The resort’s three pools are open to hotel guests only.
The hotel sits in the center of The Strip with plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment within arm’s reach