Mega hotel with 16 restaurants, seven bars, five pools and four nightclubs
Location, location, location: 5-star hotel in CityCenter, the heart of the Strip
Hotel is the world’s largest building awarded LEED Gold certification
The hotel is a 10-minute, $15 cab ride from McCarran International Airport.
An illuminated fountain welcomes guests to ARIA Resort & Casino like a beacon of light against the Nevada desert. The mega hotel is in the CityCenter, right at the heart of the Strip and soars above the skyline to accommodate over four thousand guest rooms. The AAA 5-Diamond hotel also includes 16 restaurants and a two-level spa with Japanese-themed treatments.
The sleek glass-and-chrome building is aesthetically pleasing and also eco-friendly – it is the largest building in the world awarded LEED Gold certification. From the artwork to staff uniforms to its energy-efficient exterior, the hotel is dotted with subtle touches of sustainability. Natural elements like thick foliage, natural light, wood and stone are incorporated into the hotel’s design and fill open spaces.
Guest rooms offer views of the Strip or mountain ranges. A state-of-the-art system controls room temperature, curtain settings, music selections and lighting. The “good night” button turns off lights, closes curtains and activates the “privacy please” sign on the door. Suites include luxe amenities like airport transfers, lounge access and panoramic views of both downtown Vegas and the distant mountains.
Visitors can experience Sin City’s legendary entertainment without stepping onto the Strip. The hotel has a huge casino, a nightclub and five pools. Those looking to explore beyond the property can hop on the monorail, which is connected to the hotel, to reach other resorts, restaurants and clubs.