ARIA Resort & Casino

By Elle
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In A Nutshell

ARIA Resort & Casino, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star destination, seamlessly blends architectural beauty with eco-friendly initiatives, showcasing a commitment to sustainability in every aspect around the 4-million-square-foot property.

Aria Resort and Casino Las Vegas

Location

3730 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Hotel Type / Price Range

4-Star / Deluxe – $$$

Hotel Deals & Discounts

Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 2009
  • Year Last Renovated: 2021
  • Minimum Room Size: 520 sq. ft
  • Casino: Yes
  • Pool: Yes, 3 outdoor pools
  • Spa: The Spa & Salon at ARIA (Forbes Five-Star Spa)
  • Day Club / Nightclub: Liquid Pool Lounge, JEWEL Nightclub
  • Resort Fee: $50 USD + applicable taxes
  • Parking Fee: $18 USD per day for self-park
  • Discounts offered: AAA discount, AARP discount, Military
  • Top Shows / Entertainment: N/A
  • Top Restaurants: Carbone, Din Tai Fung, CATCH, Jean Georges Steakhouse, Cathédrale Las Vegas, Bardot Brasserie
  • Buffet: N/A

This 4-million-square-foot haven not only captivates with its aesthetics but also offers an all-encompassing experience, including diverse dining options, premier shopping, rejuvenating spa treatments, and non-stop entertainment, ensuring an unforgettable stay in the heart of Las Vegas.

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.

Rooms

Typical guestrooms provide a custom ARIA mattress with triple-sheeted, 300 thread count linens, robes, stocked mini-bar, 42″ LCD HD television that allows multiple connectivity, a workstation with high-speed, wireless and wired internet connections, and more.

Bathrooms have only the best — 100% cotton bath linens, a shower with a bench adjacent to a soaking tub, a granite dual sink vanity, a private water closet, and complimentary bath products.

Room types include the following:

  • Deluxe King (or 2 Queen) Room – The standard room at ARIA features 520 square feet of unparalleled amenities, floor-to-ceiling windows, and state-of-the-art technology.
  • Stay Well Deluxe King (or 2 Queen) Room – An elevated version of the standard-sized room, plus a holistic and revolutionary experience that aims to optimize your physical and emotional well-being when traveling.
  • Stay Well Corner Suite – 920 square feet of comfort and amenities, plus awe-inspiring views of the mountains throughout your suite. And every detail—from the three LCD HD televisions to the custom-made beds—was designed to spoil you.
  • Stay Well Center Strip View Suite – If a 1,075 square foot suite with panoramic views of The Strip and spacious living and bedroom areas are your style, then this is your suite.
Rooms at Aria Resort and Casino Las Vegas
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Restaurants

With more than 15 restaurants on the property, ARIA Resort & Casino offers a full range of dining options, whether you’re looking for a quick morning pick-me-up to classic Italian straight from NYC to fine dining at its best. Some of the restaurants offered:

  • Din Tai Fung: Bring the best dishes from Din Tai Fung with you through convenient Mobile Takeout.
  • CATCH: Exclusive location offering epic renditions of Asian-influenced sushi, seafood, and steak.
  • Carbone: Celebrated Italian-American concept by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick.
  • Jean Georges Steakhouse: Traditional steakhouse by world-renowned Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
  • Bardot Brasserie: Classic French cuisine with a unique twist by Chef Michael Mina.
  • Cathédrale Las Vegas: Honoring the legacy and DNA of the original Cathédrale in New York City.
  • Salt & Ivy: Casual dining experience with indoor and outdoor seating at Salt & Ivy Café and Patio Bar.
  • Proper Eats Food Hall: Eclectic and mouthwatering collection of food from around the world in an open and inviting space.

Entertainment / Nightlife

While there currently are no ongoing shows happening at ARIA, you can still have a ton of fun here.

First off, there’s JEWEL Nightclub. Spanning more than 24,000 square feet of precisely designed space, Tao Group’s new nightlife experience, JEWEL, is as inviting as it is evocative; a rare ambient delight that must be experienced to be appreciated. Whether the headliner is a world-class DJ or performer, JEWEL offers a multi-faceted experience for each guest and every event.

If a more chill night is what you’re after, there’s also ALIBI Ultra Lounge, celebrating the perfect convergence of premium spirits, imaginative ingredients and highly stylized opulence.

There are a handful of other bars scattered throughout the casino floor, such as the Sports Bar, Baccarat Lounge, Proper Bar, and more!

And in the daytime? There’s Liquid Pool Lounge, a premiere adult-only al fresco hideaway, offering poolside pampering and a premier party experience with luxurious dipping pools, refreshing cocktails, and delicious food offerings. Upon arrival, guests can reserve one of Liquid’s eight secluded cabanas, or three party cabanas, or can opt to relax on one of the day beds that line the 1,200-square-foot main pool and provide a more integrated experience.

Pools / Spa

For those of you not looking to party, you can still take advantage of the pools! ARIA’s three ellipse-shaped pools are perfect for lazing about with friends or people-watching with a drink from Pool Bar.

Recognized with the esteemed Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Award, The Spa & Salon at ARIA stands as the world’s largest Forbes Five-Star Spa. Offering a comprehensive range of skincare and massage treatments, their full-service spa seamlessly incorporates the elements of the Earth to provide a rejuvenating experience.

To experience something unique at the spa, try the outdoor infinity-style therapy pool, the ganbanyoku heated stone beds, and a shio salt meditation room.

Want to get your fitness on instead? The well-equipped gym offers Cybex treadmills, elliptical machines and exercise bikes, all with their own TV screens. There are also free weights and weight machines. If exercise classes are more your thing, ARIA offers many options, including kettlebell training, Pilates and spinning.

Practical Tips / Things To Know

  • Extra fees to be mindful of: As with all MGM Resorts properties, keep in mind that there will be nightly parking fees and nightly resort fees associated with your stay.
  • Parking perks: Paying for parking sucks, but if you’re heading out to explore other parts of the Strip, your parking pass will work for other MGM properties too! For registered MGM Resorts property guests, the 24-hour parking fee provides you with in-out privileges of the self-parking areas across ALL MGM Resorts Las Vegas destinations within the same 24-hour period.
  • Show Reservations: If you have your eye on a specific show at the resort, we recommend making reservations in advance. This can help you reserve better seating in the theaters so you can actually see what’s going on.
  • Stay Connected with MGM Rewards: Join MGM Rewards, the loyalty program of MGM Resorts, to unlock exclusive perks, discounts, and personalized offers. You can accumulate points during your stay, which can be redeemed for various benefits.
  • Mobile Check-In: Save time upon arrival by using the mobile check-in option. You can bypass the front desk and head straight to your room, which is a huge time saver during rush hours when dozens of groups line up to check in at the same time.
  • Weekday vs. Weekend Rates: As with many Las Vegas hotels, room rates can vary significantly between weekdays and weekends. If your schedule allows, consider planning your stay during the weekdays for lower rates.
  • Be mindful of special events, conventions, and festivals in Las Vegas too: Room rates can skyrocket to the high hundreds or even thousands of dollars on certain days. Look out for major events like CES (Consumer Electronics Show), SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), the Super Bowl, NCAA basketball tournaments, championship boxing matches, Life Is Beautiful (LIB), Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC) — and avoid visiting during those dates if you’re not actually attending these events!

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!