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What We Love

  • The Jean-Georges Steakhouse
  • Central Strip location
  • The Spa’s Shio salt room and Japanese Ganbanyoku Stone Beds
  • Shows like Cirque du Soleil's Zarkana

What To Know

  • Perfect for travelers looking for nightlife and easy access to casinos
  • Spa facilities are free for those that book treatments, but cost extra for those that don't
  • A resort fee per night will be collected at the property upon check-in


  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Strip sophisticate with celeb chef eats, a sybartic spa, eco-cred, and buzzy bars

The Look

ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas excels at exclusivity in the midst of the Strip’s hottest action. Slick architecture firm Pelli Clarke Pelli is behind the sleek, curvilinear look of the theme-free glass, 4,004-room tower, which also happens to be the world’s largest LEED Gold–certified building. Light floods the leafy lobby, the entrée to ARIA’s resplendence—think 16 restaurants; eight bars, clubs, and lounges; three pools; and a 150,000-square-foot casino. Guest rooms are done up in muted tones, with pops of dark purple or sage, which lets the views take center stage. From your bed, gaze out at the lights and relax: it’s possible to control everything from the curtains to the television to the Do Not Disturb sign from one bedside panel. Start your ARIA experience at the spa, where you can clear your mind in the Shio salt room or sweat out the toxins on the heated Ganbanyoku beds before a Thai poultice massage. Your dinner reservation may be the hardest choice you make here. Head to the promenade level for memorable Wagyu beef at Jean Georges Steakhouse, sup on tapas and sangria at stylish Julian Serrano, or enjoy a farm-to-table feast at Chef Shawn McClain’s Sage. After trying your luck at the tables, hit up the intimate GOLD Boutique Club, a 1950s inspired drinking den, or sample the creative cocktails on offer at ALIBI. ARIA is the exclusive home of Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil, a stunning acrobatic spectacular set in a fantastical world of whimsy and romance.

In the Area

For a little retro fun, take the short taxi ride to the nonprofit Pinball Hall of Fame, the world’s largest collection of machines, or head to the Neon Boneyard, the final resting place of the city’s glittering signs. A few blocks off the Strip, not attached to any casino, you can find Oktoberfest every day at the only location outside Munich of Hofbrauhaus, the world’s most famous beer hall. Need to escape the Vegas scene? Check out the Hoover Dam. Built more than 70 years ago, it’s still a wonder at 726 feet high, 1,244 feet long and 660 feet thick.

How to Get There

ARIA Resort & Casino
3730 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109 United States


4.5 Very Good 26432 Reviews
A group of Friends
Reviewed 9 hours ago

We go to Las Vegas every year, we usually stay at the Wynn or Encore but decided to split it this year, 3 nights Aria and 4 nights at the Wynn. We like the hotel, the reception area is modern and contemporary but does have a feel of queuing in bus or train station. There were no porters on hand to take luggage off us, so once checked in we struggled through the casino with our own cases. We upgraded to a room overlooking the strip on the 50th floor. The room was nice, great views, comfy bed, ipad to order from room service, close the curtains etc, bathroom was great too. We ordered room service once in our room, which was fabulous, small table came with vase of flowers everything set out beautifully. Pool area was nice, drink waiters were a bit hit and miss and took a while to serve you. All in all I would stay again but for the same money as the Wynn or Encore there is no comparison, that is my honest opinion. I wouldn't class this resort as a 5* more 4*.

Reviewed 12 hours ago

Check in time should be earlier than 3 pm .Dirty and dusty rooms . Too much smoke and not enough serculations in the casino . The variety at the buffet was limited , over priced and over rated and we shall pick a defernt place to stay next time :

Hotel quality declining, food still amazing
Reviewed 19 hours ago

This was our second trip to the Aria, last time we were blown away by the quality and luxury of this hotel. On this visit, we decided to cut the stay short.

Our minibar didn’t work (fridge) and still had some stuff from the previous occupant in it. We phoned the hotel lobby three times, visited it twice: nothing done.

The wooden furniture in the room had dings and chips in it and there was dust in the room it just looked shabby.

We also asked for our room to be re-cleaned as we found long black hair in the bed and bath.

There is a strong smell of weed throughout the hotel corridors, particularly in the evening.

We decided enough was enough and decided to cut the trip short by a day.

We complained to the front desk, they offered another room for the last day and $50 credit on the room.

On a positive note the food in the Aria cafe is still incredible and the sportsbook bar is one of Vegas’ best kept secrets.

Beautiful view from our room
Reviewed 20 hours ago

We had a suite on the corner of the building. The view was amazing, we could see out of our room from three directions, windows everywhere. Our views were amazing. We stayed there before 2017 so I couldn’t check dates stayed. Beautiful hotel.

Great location, food and service
Reviewed 20 hours ago

I have stayed there four days. It is too much for LV though.
Except long check-in check-out lines, everything was perfect. Good food, nice employee, clean and large rooms.
Located on the Strip, close to everwhere walking distance. You don’t have to walk outside under 40-45 degrees, gives you walkways inside buildings.