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The suites at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ARIA Sky Suites, located inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino at CityCenter, are sleek and modern, without being cookie-cutter in style or shape. With floor-to-ceiling windows letting in city and mountain views, the suites are all about the scenery. Each room differs pretty drastically in decor — some are adorned in neutral colors for a more understated elegance, and others embrace the hotel's lively side with a bolder palette.
In the living space, a cushy sofa invites you to kick back and watch the 52-inch TV, while modern accessories like a pair of angular metal lamps and an oversized glass coffee table give the room a cool edge. A desk is set up next to the TV console, outfitted with a phone, lamp and easy-access electrical outlets. In the bedrooms, ARIA's custom beds are dressed in decorative linens — natural and monochromatic in some suites, and black, white and electrifying chartreuse in others. Dual side tables with coordinating lamps flank the bed, and are home to the room control panel that directs everything from the curtains to the temperature. The bathrooms are equally dreamy, with luxe amenities like dual sinks in a granite vanity, a whirlpool tub, separate rain shower and electronic toilet — complete with heated seat.
The suites in the luxury Las Vegas hotel were designed with details in mind: Every room has a variety of textures, like faux fur throws on the beds and faux bois paper on the walls, and small touches like potted plants and sculptural vases make the space more comfortable. You have all the technology you need in the spacious suites — the smallest measure 920 square feet — like a full stereo and flat-screen TVs in the bedroom, seating area and bathrooms. Your suite might have even more amenities depending on the size — some have wet bars and dining space.