I don’t travel to Vegas for the gambling or the shows, only for business conferences. That being said, Aria gets my vote as the best on the strip.
Reception is always friendly and accommodating even when a reservation gets botched.
While I hate having to walk through the cancer pit to get to guest elevators, the time I spend sucking up smoke is shorter than in other hotels.
The rooms are great, clean and comfortable. The beds are probably the most comfortable of any hotel I have ever stayed (hundreds) and the blackouts actually work.
They’ve got all the amenities that the other higher end hotels.
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