Aria is Las Vegas all rolled up into one hotel
A lot of thought has gone into the Aria’s location; it’s towards the quieter southern end of the infamous strip meaning fantastic access to both Las Vegas’s attractions and its airport. The soaring glass and steel of its main complex and the jutting aluminium of its shop fronts make a case for the hotel becoming an attraction in its own right.
With quite literally thousands of rooms to choose from, there’s accommodation for every taste. While Deluxe Rooms are often more than enough, Tower Suites offer a heightened experience in more ways than one with many looking out over the Strip. However, if you simply have to have that true Las Vegas experience, the penthouse Sky Suites are up to 7,000 square feet in size. To reflect the hotel’s ultra-modern exterior, contemporary rooms are resplendent in fine linens and bold colours.
The resort’s restaurants play host to internationally-recognised chefs that bring personalised flavours from every corner of the world. Enjoy classic Spanish tapas from Julian Serrano, Italian-American fusion from Mario Carbone, or Masa Takayama’s seafood, delivered fresh every day from Japanese coastal waters. There’s also gourmet takes on American favourites at Sage, delicate French flavours at Bardot Brasserie and Californian seafood at the Herringbone restaurant.
There’s simply not enough time to go through the amenities available. A particular highlight is the entertainment venue, which has seen residencies from Cirque du Soleil and Garth Brooks. If that’s not enough, recover from the excitement of Sin City in the spa or pamper yourself in the salon before settling down with a drink at the poolside bar. Of course, no hotel in Las Vegas would be complete without an extensive casino with everything from slots to poker tournaments.
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