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Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ARIA Sky Suites share a pool with Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino, and the bustling pool area offers a long list of amenities — everything from a poolside bar to rental cabanas that make it easy to relax the day away by the water. You can order lunch from the Breeze Cafe and enjoy it from a chaise lounge at one of the three teardrop-shaped pools; servers also work the pool area in case you want a berry basil mojito or a party pitcher of white peach sangria. Rafts are available for rent for $15 a day, and ARIA’s pool staff will provide towels and help find you a spot at the often-crowded pool deck.
A small kiosk at the entrance to the pool also sells sunscreen and tanning oil, as well as apparel and magazines if you need some protection or entertainment.
If you are seeking some private pool time, though, definitely rent one of the chic white cabanas that surround the perimeter of the pool. They’re outfitted with flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, and provide a lavish home base for a day in the sun. And if you’re looking for a party atmosphere, the hotel’s adults-only poolside Liquid lounge features a separate bar and cafe, as well as cabanas, daybeds and music by live DJs.