A chic Las Vegas entertainment complex

3,436 Rooms / 568 Suites

Architectural beauty abounds at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino. Upon entering the luxurious Strip property’s lobby, guests will be greeted by a seasonal variety of fresh hydrangeas, orchids, sunflowers, roses, calla lilies and more. The 4-million-square-foot property is not only aesthetically pleasing but it is also eco-friendly. To date, it is the largest building in the world to be awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Guests will find subtle touches of sustainability throughout the resort. When arriving at the check-in counter, pay attention to architectural designer and artist Maya Lin’s first contribution to the Las Vegas art scene—Silver River. Drawing inspiration from the Colorado River, Lin’s sculpture, which was made from 100 percent reclaimed silver, weighs about 3,700 pounds and serves as a tribute to an ever-changing ecosystem. From the resort’s art, energy-efficient exterior features (think reflective rooftops and specially coated windows) and even banquet server uniforms, which are made from recycled polyester, ARIA Resort & Casino succeeds in exercising green practices throughout.  

Designed by the esteemed Pelli Clarke Pelli architecture firm, visitors can expect to see natural elements such as lush foliage, wood and stone coupled with contemporary interiors filled with open spaces and plenty of natural light. Warm hues (browns and creams) fill guest rooms as visitors enjoy Strip or mountain views in contemporary accommodations. And with a state-of-the-art technology system that controls everything from room temperature and lighting to curtain settings and music selections, guests will most certainly be spoiled. The all-encompassing resort offers entertainment from Cirque du Soleil show Zarkana to club-hopping excitement at Haze Nightclub or Gold Boutique Nightclub & Lounge, in addition to a 215,000-square-foot pool area and high-limit salons for VIP guests.

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Adam Altwies

ARIA Resort & Casino

Director of Poker Operations

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Brian Benowitz

ARIA Resort & Casino

Vice President of Table Games

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Paul Berry

ARIA Resort & Casino

Vice President of Hotel Operations

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ARIA Resort & Casino

Race & Sports Book Manager

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ARIA Resort & Casino

Director of Front Services

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Mike Gatten

ARIA Resort & Casino

Vice President of Slot Marketing & Operations

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ARIA Resort & Casino

Showroom Manager

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ARIA Resort & Casino

Business Services Center Manager

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Nancy Nitsche

ARIA Resort & Casino

Director of Concierge Services

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Stewart Patchefsky

ARIA Resort & Casino

Director of Food & Beverage

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John Szostek

ARIA Resort & Casino

Director of Room Reservations

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ARIA Resort & Casino

Director of In-Room Dining

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Tony Yousfi

ARIA Resort & Casino

Vice President of Sales

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Melissa Bailey

Director of SkySuites

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Shannon McCallum

Executive Director of Hotel Operations

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