What more can be more satisfying than a hotel with magnificent view and a perfect location? Staying at Aria Resort and Casino is literally one of the best choices you make when visiting Las Vegas.
It is literally everything – signature dining, casual dining, bars & lounges, nightlife, spa & salon, swimming pools, entertainment, wedding reception, huge casino, and shopping. If you love that list when you travel, Aria Resort & Casino is the place to go. Related read: Las Vegas Itinerary: 4 Nights, 3 days
This 4004-room, 5-star resort welcomes travelers with 16 world-class restaurants, a full-service spa and a casino. It’s in central Las Vegas and is in walking distance from Las Vegas Convention Center and Thomas and Mack Center.
Aria Resort and Casino is the smartest hotel in The Strip. They offer mobile check-in and checkout. They also provide in-room tablet. In a single touch, you can customize room controls including lights, curtains, temperature, alarm clock and more. With a simple touch, you can book a spa treatment or order a takeout from one of their restaurants.
Aria Deluxe Rooms, Tower Suites and Sky Suites rooms are smoke free. A $500 cleaning fee will be applied for smoking in guestrooms. Smoking is permitted throughout the Casino floor, stand-alone bars and other designated areas.
MGM Resorts has launched fee-based parking for all its Las Vegas properties. Prices may be higher during special events.
0-60 minutes – no charge
1-4 hours – $7
4-24 hours – $10
>24 hours – $10 each additional day
0-4 hours – $13
4-24 hours – $18
>24 hours – $18 each additional day
Check-in time starts at 3 PM
Check-in time ends at midnight
Minimum check-in age is 21
Room/unit will be guaranteed for late arrival.
To mention a few things we didn’t like:
1) No bedroom slippers were provided until we called housekeeping to ask for one
2) No toothpaste included in the toiletries – this was a real bummer
3) The pillows were not very comfortable
They have free Wi-Fi which is commendable because the speed was “okay”. Unlike what we usually experience in hotels. We were still able to post social media updates during our nap time.
The room was huge and the bed was very comfortable. There was a mini-bar which looks like a mini-store to me because they had some travel necessities like phone charger, earphones, power bank, and of course food & drinks.
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