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Though ARIA Resort & Casino isn’t the most intimate of the CityCenter hotels, we can recommend a couple of ways to make it feel as if you and your special someone are the only ones there. Couples treatments at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel’s spa will leave you feeling positively rejuvenated, and the best part is that you’ll have someone to share that blissful feeling with. Be sure to catch the gorgeous Las Vegas sunset while relaxing at the coed serenity outdoor balcony pool with glasses of champagne in hand. Then, get dolled up to dine at Sage, an American restaurant with executive chef Shawn McClain at the helm. In true Las Vegas fashion, the dining room exudes Las Vegas glitz and glamour with a purple-and-gold color scheme and décor that remains elegant and modern. Try the signature tasting menu, and you’ll be playfully sharing spoonfuls of the crunchy chocolate and peanut butter tart by the end of your meal.
A romantic location is subjective, but with ARIA Resort & Casino's amazing architecture and distinctively designed spaces, couples can easily find dining, lounge, gaming, and room options that will satisfy the most romantic of needs. Our top recommendation is dinner for two in Sage, where both the dining room and lounge display a comfortable and seductive elegance. Another alluring option is to enjoy glasses of champagne while watching the sunset from The Spa & Salon's coed serenity outdoor balcony pool.