ARIA Resort & Casino

A chic Las Vegas entertainment complex
VERIFIED LUXURY

Architectural beauty abounds at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino, but at this Sin City hot spot, there is more than meets the eye.

The 4-million-square-foot property is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it is also eco-friendly. Everything from the resort’s art to the energy-efficient exterior features (think reflective rooftops and specially coated windows) and even banquet server uniforms, which are made from recycled polyester, subtly showcase ARIA Resort & Casino’s success in exercising green practices throughout.

You’ll most certainty be spoiled at this all-encompassing resort, which offers endless dining options, shopping, spa treatments and non-stop entertainment.

From the excitement at Jewel Nightclub to the more sedate Alibi Ultra Lounge, in addition to a 215,000-square-foot pool area and high-limit VIP salons, you’ll be sure to find something to love at this luxe Las Vegas locale.

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Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Designed by the esteemed Pelli Clarke Pelli architecture firm, the hotel uses natural elements such as lush foliage, wood and stone coupled with contemporary interiors filled with open spaces and plenty of natural light, a stark contrast to other Vegas properties.
  • The use of natural materials and organic motifs bring a fresh, more sophisticated feel to the gaming floor.
  • The Spa & Salon at ARIA offers some unique features, such as an outdoor infinity-style therapy pool, ganbanyoku heated stone beds and a shio salt meditation room.
  • ARIA is a dining destination on the Strip. Indulge in Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Jean Georges Steakhouse, chef Julian Serrano's eponymous tapas restaurant and chef Shawn McClain’s modern American cuisine at Sage.
  • ARIA Resort & Casino is the largest building in the world to be awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Things to Know
  • Book your stay in a two-story Sky Villa for perks like a personal gym, sauna and steam room, separate limousine-only entrance and personalized service from check-in to checkout.
  • The gym is ideally positioned for workout motivation — looking out to the hotel’s beautiful pool deck. It’s also well-equipped, offering Cybex treadmills, elliptical machines and exercise bikes, all with their own TV screens. A full range of free weights and weight machines is available. If exercise classes are more your speed, ARIA offers many options, including kettlebell training, Pilates and spinning.
  • ARIA's concierge can arrange for a limousine to pick you up from the Las Vegas airport. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's fleet of hybrid limousines has been custom-designed to use less gas.
The Rooms
  • The hotel's contemporary style is on display in the rooms, where neutral browns, black and dark wood are offset by colorful abstract art and floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip.
  • All 4,004 accommodations at ARIA Resort & Casino feature floor-to-ceiling windows, so every room is a room with a view.
  • The star of ARIA's rooms is the bed — a plush combination of a bold upholstered headboard and layers of white linens atop a Sealy Posturepedic mattress.
  • Rooms come standard with a state-of-the-art technology system that controls everything from room temperature and lighting to curtain settings and music selections.
  • The sleek bathrooms carry on ARIA's understated luxury, with granite counters, double sinks and subtly striped walls.
The Restaurants
  • With 15 restaurants on the property, ARIA Resort & Casino offers a full range of dining options, whether you're looking for a latte, all-you-can-eat crab legs or a composed tasting menu.
  • For a more casual meal, swing by the 24-hour ARIA Cafe, serving a menu of sandwiches, pizza and even chocolate fondue.
  • In true Vegas fashion, ARIA offers a fully updated, upscale buffet featuring crab legs, sushi, cooking stations that dish out customized pasta and omelets, a tandoor oven for fresh naan and authentic Indian favorites, and, of course, an impressive array of sweet creations by pastry chef Jean-Philippe Maury.
  • The resort’s newest addition is Bardot Brasserie by chef Michael Mina, a French-themed restaurant offering upscale takes on classic dishes like the signature Bardot burger with Comté cheese, caramelized onions and bordelaise sauce.
Amenities
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Bar
Casino
Fitness classes
Gym
House car
Meeting rooms
Nightclub
Outdoor pool
Restaurants
Spa
Getting There
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89158
TEL866-359-7757
NeighborhoodThe Strip
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
LAS (8-16 min)