Just got back from a 3 night stay this last weekend. Stayed in a Deluxe King room with a view of the mountains, gave a spectacular view of the sunset each night! I had stayed at the Aria once before in a strip view room, in which I was somewhat disappointed. So I decided to spend the money elsewhere this time.
The room was very nice and comfortable (beds and pillows were heavenly). The location of the Aria is good. A little bit of a walk to the strip, but I enjoyed walking through the Crystal shops.
The weather was warm enough to use the pool one of the days we were there. There are 3 pools, and the Liquid Lounge.One of the pools is for the Sky Suites guest.
Why the 4 stars? The tablet has true potential, but we found ourselves very annoyed it with. One morning, the tablet would not work to open the blackout shades nor turn on the room lights. The room lights wouldn’t even turn on when we flipped the switch. So I called the front desk who would send someone to see what the problem was. After my husband played around with a “master” switch near the door, the controls of the room started working again. We didn’t touch the tablet after that.
Overall, I enjoyed my stay at the Aria. I would definitely consider coming back.
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