Aria Resort and Casino is a luxury resort and casino, part of the CityCenter complex on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Aria consists of two curved glass and steel highrise towers adjoined at the center. It opened on December 16, 2009 as a joint venture between MGM Resorts International and Infinity World Development. At 4000000sqft and 600ft in height, it is the largest and tallest structure at CityCenter.The resort's 61 and 51-story towers contain an American Automobile Association five diamond hotel with 4,004 guest rooms and suites, 16 restaurants, 10 bars and nightclubs, and a casino with 150000sqft of gaming space. It also has a 215000sqft pool area with 34 cabanas, an 80000sqft salon and spa, a 300000sqft convention center and a 1,800-seat theater which hosted Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil, until closing April 30, 2016.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".Arrange to visit Liquid Pool Lounge and other attractions in Las Vegas using our Las Vegas trip itinerary planning tool.
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I had a daybed here for my birthday. $500 minimum spend that came out closer to $700 with an extra pitcher we ordered and the server's tip. Ordering pitchers is the way to go if you want to ball on a.... more »
The service from Kaui and the crew were outstanding. Perfect pour all the time! Good time to chill when it’s 111! more »
Doormen with super inflated egos. It’s a wednesday at 11am. Stop acting like this is some exclusive event. Couldn’t bring in my backpack , asked if there were lockers was told no one. Guess what? they have lockers inside.
Good pool but not good pool party I got free tickets for the pool party at Aria but when I got there I knew why, it sucks! The pool is very small and to get a bed or a table you have to pay at least $250. I left quickly in order to enjoy the other pools around. There are better pools and not too much crowded. The pools here are nice, just don’t come here for the pool party with big expectations, better to go elsewhere.
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