ARIA Sky Suites

An exclusive Sin City sparkler
ARIA Sky Suites is a chic, contemporary hotel within the ARIA Resort & Casino complex in Las Vegas, offering up private perks and exclusive service.

The accommodations are incredibly luxurious, made up of more than 300 residential-style suites with separate bedrooms, full living rooms with dining areas all starting at more than a whopping 1,000 square feet of space. The large rooms are a boon themselves, but little touches like Jacuzzi tubs with champagne stream bubbles and the steam showers in some of the bathrooms to the cutting edge in-room technology set this hotel in a class of its own.

Yet what really makes this hotel a dream destination is that with 17 restaurants, a nightclub, a Cirque du Soleil theater, casino and more, you can create any experience you want, whether it's devoted to fine dining and champagne, a party all the time or a high rolling extravaganza.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• ARIA Sky Suites is a hotel within a hotel with its own entrance, concierge and registration desk, as well as private elevators.

• Every guest at ARIA Sky Suites is treated to transportation to and from the airport in a compressed natural gas limousine.

• The food presentation in the lobby lounge area changes three times a day, with butlers on hand to cater to you. At breakfast, you’ll find muffins and pastries; teatime brings cookies, cakes and macarons; dinnertime sees wine and cheese.

• The rooms at the luxury Las Vegas hotel operate on a Control4 system, which detects when you walk inside and automatically powers the TV, drapes and lights and can be controlled by a bedside panel.
Things to Know
• If want to dine on crab legs at The Buffet or grab a bite at the casual 24-hour Cafe Vettro, you get to skip the line. This comes in handy during peak season and meal times, when lines can get long.

• ARIA Sky Suites’ driveway allows only limousines, so if you need a taxi, walk over to ARIA’s North valet, but have a member of the Sky Suites bell staff escort you so you’ll receive priority service in the cab line.

• Take the Sky Suites private elevators to the promenade level for quick access to the spa, pool, and restaurants like Jean Georges Steakhouse instead of going to the lobby and hoofing it on foot.

• The best rooms to stay in at ARIA Sky Suites are the corner penthouse suites. Boasting panoramic views of the Strip and more than 2,000 square feet of space, the corner suites are also the most private.

• The pool area can get crowded, as ARIA Sky Suites shares a pool with the ARIA Resort & Casino, but for a little privacy, you can 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.
The Rooms
• Understated elegance is the rule in the neutral rooms, which are tranquil, not boring, with striped and shimmery textiles in tones of gray and tan. Artwork adds shots of bright color, and details like sculptural vases make the room feel personal.

• We love the powder rooms in these suites — they're ultra modern with black and white alphabet wallpaper and a glassy teal sink.

• The custom beds at ARIA Sky Suites are a great way to end a Las Vegas day. Sealy Posturepedic mattresses — 12 layers of foam strong — are covered in white 300-thread-count sheets topped with four extra-plush pillows.

• The bathrooms in the Sky Suites are just as luxurious, featuring whirlpool tubs, separate stone shower with rain showerhead, and an electronic Toto toilet with a self-rising lid, heated seat and bidet.
The Restaurants
• The Las Vegas hotel is home to six fine dining restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs and restaurateurs, with fare ranging from sushi, to authentic Italian, to tapas.

• 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.
Getting There
3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89158
LAS (8-16 min)  
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