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Call it chic, hip or even minimalist, but all Aria really has to be is Aria for us to love it. Set back from the Strip, it eschews the foot traffic and embraces the fact that if you're there, it's exactly where you want to be.If you're a drinker, (because of course that's the first place we go with a review) you have to check out Alibi. The Rosemary Amoretti looks like a Jane Austen novel, smells like a flower shop in the middle of a meadow and tastes like just the best purple cocktail you've ever had.But there are other things to do at Aria besides drinking. We follow up great cocktails with a stop to Julian Serrano for delicious tapas to share with a special friend or complete strangers if you happen to run into some people you like. Jean Georges Steakhouse brings meat and seafood together like a surf and turf fit for royalty, or at least a celebrity. Michael Mina's Bardot Brasserie offers exotic French delicacies like foie gras en croute. And Five50 Pizza serves up some of the tastiest pizza you can imagine. With casual dining like the Aria Café, and since it's a hotel/casino, an exquisite buffet. Aria is one fine spot to fill your belly with food – before you go back for another cocktail.When the weather is warm enough, cannonball like a boss into three pools spread across a 215,000-square-foot deck laden with palm trees and lush landscaping or lay out in the sun at the Liquid Pool Lounge. Along with DJs spinning the hottest music and luxurious private cabanas and daybeds, you can indulge in refreshing cocktails from multiple bars and a mouth-wetting menu. And once you're tired from a morning of laying in the sun eating a drinking, the Spa and Salon has everything you need to rejuvinate your chakras.Shopping also abounds at Aria for men and women, alike. And for even more upscale splurging, The Shops at Crystals is located just outside Aria's main lobby. For the artistically minded, or anyone wanting to become artistically minded, Aria's fine art collection, which features a mix of prominent and up-and-coming artists, is among the most extensive around. Pieces have been integrated throughout indoor and outdoor public spaces on the property. Aria's casino boasts a unique layout, one that is spacious yet features discrete pockets of action like several small high-limit gaming areas, a fine sports book with various-sized video screens, an elegant poker room.The property is even environmentally friendly, having earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design's Gold certification for Aria's hotel tower, convention center and theater from the U.S. Green Building Council. That's a big, long way of saying it's pretty green. So if that's important to you, Aria is a good choice. And even if it's not, you can stay at Aria for all the other outstanding reasons and just claim to care about the environment too.With personalized, high-tech touch service and an artistic yet approachable feel, Aria is one of the Strip's brightest stars, even when they keep the casino floor dim. Whether you're taking in a show, grabbing a slice, taking someone's well-tested and very serious advice about cocktail selections or just passing through because that's where you ended up after walking through Crystals, Aria is one hotel/casino that will keep you interested and surely keep you coming back.
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Customer service 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Room Quality 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Casino 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Hotel Location 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Pool 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Room Location 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Overall amenities 
4 / 5
4 / 5
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fromWyoming
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Significant other
Purchase Frequency:More than 3 times a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Too High
Gambler:No
Yes, I recommend this product.
Aria is a nice place yet the price of meals versus was higher for the same quality of food in other close hotels.
PostedSeptember 11, 2012
Aria is a nice hotel but the casino was dificult to walk through from self parking to the guest check-in. The food offered was over priced compared to other nearby hotels with respect to type (buffet, coffee shop, ect). The room was beautiful and nicely arranged with a good view (windows were spotty from recent rain storm). I would stay there again and use other resturants.
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Call it chic, hip or even minimalist, but all Aria really has to be is Aria for us to love it. Set back from the Strip, it eschews the foot traffic and embraces the fact that if you're there, it's exactly where you want to be.If you're a drinker, (because of course that's the first place we go with a review) you have to check out Alibi. The Rosemary Amoretti looks like a Jane Austen novel, smells like a flower shop in the middle of a meadow and tastes like just the best purple cocktail you've ever had.But there are other things to do at Aria besides drinking. We follow up great cocktails with a stop to Julian Serrano for delicious tapas to share with a special friend or complete strangers if you happen to run into some people you like. Jean Georges Steakhouse brings meat and seafood together like a surf and turf fit for royalty, or at least a celebrity. Michael Mina's Bardot Brasserie offers exotic French delicacies like foie gras en croute. And Five50 Pizza serves up some of the tastiest pizza you can imagine. With casual dining like the Aria Café, and since it's a hotel/casino, an exquisite buffet. Aria is one fine spot to fill your belly with food – before you go back for another cocktail.When the weather is warm enough, cannonball like a boss into three pools spread across a 215,000-square-foot deck laden with palm trees and lush landscaping or lay out in the sun at the Liquid Pool Lounge. Along with DJs spinning the hottest music and luxurious private cabanas and daybeds, you can indulge in refreshing cocktails from multiple bars and a mouth-wetting menu. And once you're tired from a morning of laying in the sun eating a drinking, the Spa and Salon has everything you need to rejuvinate your chakras.Shopping also abounds at Aria for men and women, alike. And for even more upscale splurging, The Shops at Crystals is located just outside Aria's main lobby. For the artistically minded, or anyone wanting to become artistically minded, Aria's fine art collection, which features a mix of prominent and up-and-coming artists, is among the most extensive around. Pieces have been integrated throughout indoor and outdoor public spaces on the property. Aria's casino boasts a unique layout, one that is spacious yet features discrete pockets of action like several small high-limit gaming areas, a fine sports book with various-sized video screens, an elegant poker room.The property is even environmentally friendly, having earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design's Gold certification for Aria's hotel tower, convention center and theater from the U.S. Green Building Council. That's a big, long way of saying it's pretty green. So if that's important to you, Aria is a good choice. And even if it's not, you can stay at Aria for all the other outstanding reasons and just claim to care about the environment too.With personalized, high-tech touch service and an artistic yet approachable feel, Aria is one of the Strip's brightest stars, even when they keep the casino floor dim. Whether you're taking in a show, grabbing a slice, taking someone's well-tested and very serious advice about cocktail selections or just passing through because that's where you ended up after walking through Crystals, Aria is one hotel/casino that will keep you interested and surely keep you coming back.
 

Can an 18 year old person reserve a hotel room?

hello i was wondering if an 18 year old person can reserve a hotel room this is my first time go to vegas. im taking some friens to have a good time in vegas and we saw this place to stay in but didnt know if an 18 year old person can reserve a room.
No, you must be 21 to reserve a room at Aria.
5 years, 9 months ago
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