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Since it opened in 2009, the Aria Resort & Casino has been a leading example of the post-kitsch, post-theme-hotel era of Las Vegas luxury accommodations. Full review →
Although the hotel isn't the most exciting place to party on a Saturday night, the business folks have been packing Aria's restaurants and bars for good reason.Which room to book: The 920-square-foot Corner Suites have stunning Vegas vistas and luxe amenities for less than $500 a night.
The Cesar Pelli–designed centerpiece of the hyper-anticipated 67-acre CityCenter, Aria meets all the criteria of the now-standard Vegas mega-hotel formula. Full review →
Details like triple-sheeted beds and thoughtful techie touches increase the luxe factor at this mod spot, where natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows softens sleek lines. Full review →
Architectural beauty abounds at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA Resort & Casino. Full review →
The casino resort features 4,004 guest rooms with technology that welcomes you and allows for a customized stay. Full review →
Strip sophisticate with celeb chef eats, a sybartic spa, eco-cred, and buzzy bars. Full review →
The design, while whimsical and creative, aims for refinement and class rather than Vegas kitsch, creating a lovely luxury hotel -- and one that's still affordable. Full review →
Eschewing Vegas kitsch or thematic excess, the Aria is a forward-leaning designer showpiece, geek-minimalist in orientation. Full review →As is the case anywhere on The Strip, request a high floor, though here ask for a Deluxe room on a high floor.
This vibrant high-rise casino hotel is conveniently located at the CityCenter complex, just off Las Vegas Boulevard. Full review →
"Beautiful, relaxing and fun, fun, fun", this "fabulous", "modern" haven on the Strip is a "world-class" resort that's "expensive, but worth it".
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