Very modern high class Hotel; very convenient with fair value and confortable staying. The shopping area is full of the high end shops.
We were very impressed with this beautiful, luxurious Hotel.
Casino is very nice and has good variety of slots and table games but the gambling was a little bit more pricy than other places.
Aria is the Centerpiece of the Vaunted City Center partnership of MGM International and Dubai World. it is touted to be the most luxurious of the Las Vegas Casino Complexes, having a land area of 76 acres (31 hectares) and the centerpiece is the Aria. The City Center is having financial troubles since the great recession of 2008 and some of the complex are not finished like the Harmon Hotel. The Aria has about 4,004 rooms at present and has a large 150,000 square feet of gaming space which offer lots of card games like spanish 21, roulette, Pai-Gow, baccarat, Black jack, Texas Hold em poker, Craps and more. Minimum bet is at $ 10. It also houses the luxe shops of the Crystals, which rivals the Bellagio and Wynn Shops in Luxury (But nothing beats the Marina Bay Sands Shoppes in Singapore!!!).
The hotel's mall has a little bit of flora and fauna inside. They have incorporated a small garden and it's tastefully made. It's very artistic. Like the other cacti collection, they have great choice of plants.
They have also added some benches close to it where visitors and shoppers can sit down and relax.
Despite it's being a modern hotel, Aria Hotel didn't forget to put some greenery inside the hotel. Like for example, they added a modern garden of cactus at the mall. The design where these plants were planted still in the same box of modern art.
If you take the escalator leading you to more signature stores, the cactus collection is even prettier to look at...
I have to title this "To Do List" by numbers because there are many modern arts at the Aria Hotel and they are located in different places of the hotel.
You have to go to the different parts of the hotel to find them and truly admire them.
When they built the Aria Hotel, the owners incorporated a lot of modern arts and even employed one of the popular artist Maya Lin who designed the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C.
This artwork is an elongated silver called "Silver Lake". This is displayed at the lobby of the hotel
I just saw this collection from the escalator. It has a better view! We went there to check their shop. It was absolutely gorgeous. But, there's not a lot of people there. Mostly, the high end shoppers only...
I just love walking around at the lobby of Aria Hotel. By far, it has one of the most beautiful scuptures in Las Vegas! The best part is, it's free to check them out. There are sculptures on both entrances of the hotel.
It's quite a walk from the Strip, but it's all worth it. I love the waterfalls in front of the Aria Hotel...It's so modern...I also love taking pictures of the waterfalls, the flowering lilies at the front of the waterfalls are so beautiful...Besides, it is so refreshing to come here, hear the sounds of the waterfall and the freshness of it after walking in the hot sun in Las Vegas!
These look like million times enlarged vials of water and the water inside are turning like tornado. I don't know how to explain it but it is beautiful and very interesting.
The owner of Aria Hotel must believe in Feng Shui. The motiff of the hotel is ultra-modern but at the front of the hotel, there's a Chinese dragon- it looked like it's made of copper.
It's nice to see some modern arts at the Lobby at Aria Hotel. Check the pieces out. Also, the hotel's lobby is so beautiful.