First time at Aria and we all enjoyed our stay. From mobile check-in to concierge service with show tickets, to housekeeping, to restaurants, everyone was personable and attentive, we were delighted! Shout outs to their florist, fresh flower arrangements everywhere that were so pleasing. Kudos to front desk Lissette and Olga at concierge service, they were exceptionally warm and gracious with their help; they made our stay a memorable one!
The Aria is centrally placed on the strip and well worth that few dollars more. Better than Bellagio at same prices) for sure. The general clientele seems slightly more classy than many other establishments. Rooms are clean and modern, service is good and a tad upmarket. They seem to have the pick of quality staff. Food is good and smorgasbord is great value with heaps of good quality seafood. Couldn`t really fault it
This is our second time to aria and did not disappoint once again perfect location on the strip nice big spacious rooms loved the fitness centre had so much equipment good atmosphere by the pool. We stayed in a strip view room with views that did not disappoint
This hotel is really something else. This was our 4th time in Vegas (we live in Northern Ireland) and we were staying here for 4 days after getting married in Santa Monica.
We drove up from LA on the Monday with our parents and checked out on the Friday.
When we arrived the check in staff were so welcoming. We had booked a deluxe room with a strip view – and they upgraded us to a corner penthouse suite!!
We were now ‘sky loft’ guests and had a separate elevator to our parents lol. We stayed on the 32nd floor, right in the corner of the building and it was AMAZING. Also, now that we were sky loft guests we had discounted parking (at other hotels too), que jumps in the restaurants and our own pool area!
Anyways, the room – was bigger than my house! There was a hallway as soon as you entered and a bathroom with vanity sink, Separate living room with corner sofa, TV on the wall and desk area. Then down the hall was a kitchen/ dining room – mini bar FILLED with goodies and Separate empty fridge for all our own goodies. Then there was a massive bathroom with his and hers sinks, huge Jacuzzi bath, toilet with heated seat and cleaning options and separte shower/steam room and tv. Then the bedroom was right on the corner – huge bed with lots of pillows, seating area and TV on the wall. And I forgot to mention the best bit… the living room and bathroom was ceiling to floor of glass windows showing the amazing strip view. And the bedroom had ceiling to floor glass windows on the whole corner with views if the strip. Absolutely amazing!
Everything was controlled by ipads in each room and you could change the air con in each room to different temperatures. (Hope that makes sense).
Amazing stay. Great, friendly staff. The pool was awesome. We ate at the buffet too and was really good compared to some of the other pricey buffets in vegas. The casino was ok too. I think because we were there mid week it was quieter and it look a while to get drinks, but that’s my only negative and that’s me nit-picking!
I would highly recommend This hotel and would definitely stay there again.
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