What are the best things to do near ARIA Resort & Casino?

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Nancy Nitsche

With ARIA Resort & Casino's prime location at the heart of CityCenter, guests have the best shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife that Las Vegas has to offer just steps outside of their guestroom or suite.

Adjacent to ARIA Resort & Casino, Crystals shopping, nightlife and entertainment district houses some of the world's most elite brands including Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Roberto Cavalli, and Tom Ford. Crystals is also home to signature restaurants from Wolfgang Puck, Todd English and celebrity restaurateur Eva Longoria.

Guests can also enjoy a self-guided walking tour of The CityCenter Fine Art Collection. This public art collection features commissioned works by artists such as Maya Lin and Jenny Holzer, as well as existing pieces by acclaimed artists such as Henry Moore and Claes Oldenburg. Each piece of art was strategically placed to complement CityCenter's unique architecture and create a sensory journey that inspires and engages guests.

Also within CityCenter, the elegant Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, features High Tea inside the Tea Lounge daily from 2:30 p.m to 5p.m. Guests can choose from a selection of freshly brewed loose leaf teas and divine pastry delights.

CityCenter's next door neighbors, Bellagio and Monte Carlo, also offer a wealth of activities which are a convenient tram ride away. Monte Carlo is home to Diablo's Cantina, serving wonderful Mexican cuisine, as well as the Minus5 Ice Lounge, where guests can enjoy Vodka cocktails in this lounge made entirely of Canadian ice.

The incredible Fountains of Bellagio is a mesmerizing complimentary show where the choreographed fountains dance to a number of different songs. Bellagio is also home to the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. Each season, the spectacular gardens engage guests from around the world with its gorgeous display of plants, flowers, trees and more.

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