Beautiful hotel literally in the heart of The Strip. Location is amazing and in the middle of everything
The grounds were well kept.
All of our favorite restaurants we ate at while there happened to be on site, so that's a huge plus.
The casino was probably also our favorite out of all of the ones we visited.
The room was very nice and spacious. Amazing views.
Their Guest Relations department was kind enough to invite us back, comping us one night in a corner suite
and giving us a special discounted rate on any other nights we stayed.
The service is fabulous - everyone was friendly and helpful. The hotel itself is just gorgeous.
The muted color scheme, the flowers, the details of the decor and the gorgeous architecture are lovely - particularly if you enjoy modern design as we do.
The room was nicely sized and the bed and pillows are utterly luxurious, so comfy!
Everything is modern in the room, and the hi-tec room runs from the television - opening the curtains, setting the lighting, etc.
There is a wet bar in the room but we always remember to bring our own water because $5 water is a little over the top.
The bathtub is nice for soaking and I enjoyed it very much. Nice and quiet room which was a huge plus.
Only one word to describe the hotel when you walk into it "WOW"
Check in was slightly longer than expected.
Dedicated lifts to certain floors so wait for lift is not that bad as is the case with bigger hotels.
Room is nothing short of amazing. Everything is automated from the curtains to the toilet. Truly luxurious.
Bed is comfortable, like sleeping on a cloud. We had a spectacular view of the "strip" from our room.
Bathroom is clean and came with jet bath as well.
Definitely try the hotel Buffet. Worth it .
The whole touch screen, computerized lights an windows thing was cool for about 20 seconds
but turned out to be really annoying so we just stopped using it and the good old fashioned switches worked much better.
some of the bedroom lights and all the main bathroom lights in the first room we were assigned didn't work.
We were then moved to a different room where the sinks didn't work properly. I expected a higher level
of room quality from a resort that claims to be 5 diamond.
Even though it was a kind gesture, our opinion on the Aria room quality hardly improved after giving it another try.
The panoramic corner suite was beautiful but we did note that one of the reading lights in the bedroom didn't work.
We thought it was somewhat comical because that was one of the problems we had during our first stay.
However, it was only one light and we did not want to be nitpicky!
I know this seems a little petty, but for a hotel of this price range and star rating I was very disappointed with
the toiletries in the room.
If you want to relax by the pool, FORGET it. Go to the spa to relax.
Pool was crowded and music loud
Aside from the overpriced eating establishments,
No kettle to boil water. Getting hot water comes at a service cost.
Bathroom costmetics fall short of the luxury of the room.
Hotel admin was a bit shocking in terms of what goes to your account so keep track of this.
- Also Known As:
- Aria Hotel
- Aria Resort And Casino
- ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- ARIA Resort & Casino is a AAA Five Diamond Award winning resort which offers you the best in accommodations, gaming, dining and entertainment. Check out the newest place to see and be seen on the Las Vegas Strip. ... more less
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