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Aria Resort and Casino

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3730 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas NV. 89158
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Check-In Time: 3:00 PM / Check-out Time: 12:00 PM

Room Rate Info
Wednesday/Thursday $219.00 per night plus 12% tax and fees.
Friday/Saturday $239.00 per night plus 12% tax and fees.
Note: Room block closes Friday September 14, 2018.

Hotel Services
A Resort Fee* of $32 + 12% room tax will be charged in addition to the room rate.

*Resort Fee includes:

  • » High Speed Wireless Internet Service in your Room and Conference Center
  • » Access to The Spa at Aria Fitness Center
  • » Daily Newspaper
  • » Airline boarding pass printing
  • » Local and toll-free number phone calls

Local Airports
Las Vegas McCarran Airport (LAS)
Airport Phone: 702-261-5211

Changes & Cancellation Policy
72 hours prior to check-in date

Airport Parking

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A 4,004-room mega-resort, Aria stands as the shiny centerpiece of the $11 billion City Center, opened in December 2009. It is the largest and tallest structure at CityCenter. The Aria curves around the top of the horseshoe-shaped complex, a massive hotel that aims to outdo the famous Strip giants with its 16 restaurants, seven bars, 150,000-square-foot casino, five pools, and a nightclub that's shaping up to be one of Vegas' hottest. And the hotel's planners took careful steps to avoid what its predecessors do so well: Aria plainly leaves behind the kitsch and themes for which Vegas hotels are known, instead opting for a clean modern design with neutral colors. You won't find any flashing lights, artificial canals, or dancing fountains here.
Aria, however, can still wow even jaded Vegas visitors, with soaring ceilings that allow sunlight to pour into the expansive lobby, and a casino that stretches on for ages. Size and beautiful design aside, Aria keeps up with luxury hotels like Encore and Bellagio by offering the slew of amenities expected from a megaresort, from the retail shops, to an adults-only party pool. There's something for everyone here, and in turn the clientele is as varied as Vegas itself.
The resort's 61 and 51-story towers contain an American Automobile Association five diamond[3] hotel with 4,004 guest rooms and suites, 16 restaurants, 10 bars and nightclubs, and a casino with 150,000 sq ft (14,000 m2) of gaming space. It also has a 215,000 sq ft (20,000 m2) pool area with 34 cabanas, an 80,000 sq ft (7,400 m2) salon and spa, and a 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2) convention center.
Among the most notable aspects of Aria is its incorporation of technology in the exterior and interior design of the hotel, specifically for the reduction of energy consumption. It is the largest hotel in the world to have earned LEED Gold certification. On account of its smart rooms which automatically adjust curtains, turn off unused lights and electronics, and regulate the temperature when a guest enters or leaves a room, Aria was described in Popular Mechanics as possibly "the most technologically advanced hotel ever built"


Amenities galore -- you could stay here and never leave the property

  • Spa at Aria is 80,000 square feet and includes a full-service salon. For a daily fee, guests can use the fitness center, salt room, heated stone beds, and outdoor balcony
  • Three main pools plus a Jacuzzi. The pool bar serves light fare and drinks. Waitstaff circles the pool grounds until late in the afternoon
  • Liquid Pool Lounge is an adults-only pool area with two small pools and a popular scene on weekends. Open seven days a week, with a bar that serves drinks and lunch food
  • Haze Nightclub has quickly become one of the Strip's hottest clubs
  • Seven bars and lounges
  • A small video game arcade for kids, open seven days a week
  • The full-service business center offers Internet access for a fee. Staff can help you print, copy, and ship
  • 300,000 square feet of meeting and convention space
  • There are a handful of retail stores in the hotel selling items like handbags, jewelry, clothing, and one store that sells sundries and snacks. The high-end Crystals shopping mall is attached to the hotel
  • Guests have access to Shadow Creek, a Tom Fazio-designed golf course that's a 20-minute drive from the hotel. The per person fee covers limo transporation, caddy, cart, and equipment rental


Large, even by Vegas standards, with great bathrooms and cutting-edge technology.
The floor-to-ceiling curtains slide open along their track, revealing a view of the Vdara Hotel and the desert beyond -- an impressive, dramatic touch that shows that Aria is here to do things bigger and better. And bigger is right: Standard rooms here are 520 square feet, which is big even by Vegas standards.
The decor is simple and modern, the beds are supremely comfortable, and the bathrooms are large and inviting. And this hotel is not messing around with technology: The whole room is wired through a Control 4 system, which allows you to control everything through one touchscreen panelat your bedside.

More about Aria Hotel in-room Technology

All rooms have:

  • Very comfortable beds covered with plenty of heavenly down pillows
  • A big bathroom covered in marble, with a rain showerhead, separate deep soaking tub, two sinks, separate toilet area with a phone, hairdryer, scale, and shaving mirror
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Control 4 panel next to the bed that allows you to control curtains, lights, TV, music, and more from your bed
  • Two or four bathrobes
  • Stocked minibar, but no empty fridge space
  • 42-inch flatscreen TV with more than 60 channels
  • A "plug station" on the desk with outlets, USB ports, ethernet hookup, and inputs that allow you plug that allows you to plug computers, cameras, and the like into the TV
  • Wireless or hard-wired internet
  • A safe big enough for a laptop
  • Deluxe rooms are the hotel's standard rooms and are a generous 520 square feet. They come with either a king bed or two queens. For a bit more money, the Deluxe City View Rooms overlook City Center and the Las Vegas Strip
  • Corner Suites are 920 square feet and have separate living room and bedroom spaces, each with a 42-inch TV.
  • Crystals Suites are 1,000 square feet and have panoramic views of the Strip and City Center's uniquely shaped Crystals shopping mall. The living room and bedroom each have a 42-inch TV
  • Aria Suites (part of the Sky Suites category) are either one-bedroom (1,050 square feet) or two-bedroom (1,630 square feet) guest rooms with great views. Guests staying in these suites are picked up (and dropped off) at the airport by a limo and brought to a special entrance where they are privately checked into the hotel. The rooms also include a free daily newspaper, two flatscreen TVs (52-inch in the living room, 42-inch in the bedroom), personalized concierge service, and access to a private elevator.
  • There are also Penthouse Suites, the Cirrus Suite, Executive Hospitality Suite, and Sky Villas for those who need even more space.