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Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ARIA Sky Suites is a hotel within ARIA Resort & Casino, so it shares all the major perks with the luxury Las Vegas hotel — including 17 on-site restaurants.
The hotel is home to six fine-dining restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs and restaurateurs. Each is fitting for a night out, whether you choose sushi at chef Masa Takayama's Bar Masa or a ribeye at Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Jean Georges Steakhouse. In true Vegas style, the restaurants' interiors are as well-designed as their menus — check out the rustic chic atmosphere of Michael Mina's American Fish and the moody glam of Shawn McClain's Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Sage. Sirio offers homestyle Italian by Le Cirque owner Sirio Maccioni in the caffe or more formal dining room, while Julian Serrano is the Picasso chef's ode to a vibrant tapas bar.
For a more casual meal, you can swing by the 24-hour Cafe Vettro — serving a menu of sandwiches, pizza and even chocolate fondue. Modern Thai food is offered at Lemongrass, and Breeze Cafe does lunch fare by the pool. If your schedule calls for a quick bite on the go, ARIA has options including Jean Phillippe Patisserie, Sweet Chill for gelato and The Roasted Bean coffee shop.
If you're in the mood for a real spread, Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA offers an updated take on the Las Vegas tradition — the buffet. The stylish space feels more like a bona fide eatery than a cafeteria and features favorites like crab legs and sushi, as well as cooking stations that dish out customized pasta and omelets. A tandoor oven is fired up for fresh naan and Indian dishes, and you can cap off your meal with an impressive array of sweet creations by pastry chef Jean-Philippe Maury.