One of the first things you notice when walking through the Aria Hotel is the delicate vanilla scent that floats through the air. The scent complements the luxurious decor of this sleek hotel which is comprised of two curved glass towers. (Many of the scents in City Center are provided by a company called AromaSys.) You can now take the scent home by purchasing the scented sticks from the hotel's shop, Elements.) Check out the video below of the lobby. Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects the Aria Hotel opened in December 2009 and has more than 4,000 rooms over 500 of which are suites.
Aria Hotel Lobby
The rooms in the Aria Hotel at City Center are large, lavish and modern offering fantastic views of Sin City through the windows which run floor to ceiling. If you stay in the tower you’ll also benefit from the unique corner window views. The bathrooms are nothing to scoff at either with generous sized tubs and marble counters.
You’re spoilt for choice with 16 restaurantsto choose from within Aria Las Vegas. (See for yourself below.) You won’t need to venture beyond the perimeters of the hotel to City Center let alone the Strip to eat – unless of course you want to.
There’s heaps to do at the Aria Hotel. If you’re after a lazy afternoon you have a choice of three pools to lie by and an adult only area. If you need a massage to help work out those knots your shoulders (like I always seem to) head to the spa which has 62 treatment rooms and 55 salon stations.
If you’re looking to drop some dollars, the 150,000 square feet casino is one of the most beautifully designed in the desert city.
After dinner you could check out the Cirque du Soleil tribute to Elvis Presley called Viva Elvis. Need to know more? Listen to what Priscilla Presley and others have to say about the show, below.
There are ten bars and nightclubs in Las Vegas Aria where you can wile away the night which include Haze Las Vegas nightclub, Gold lounge and The Deuce Lounge.