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There’s the Vegas you’re used to, and then there’s the AAA Five Diamond–awarded ARIA Resort & Casino. Unsurpassed amenities from our world-class restaurants to the most technologically-advanced rooms and suites await you. Even our five-star service is unique, with every concierge trained in the art of tying a bow tie and much more.
Sip expertly crafted cocktails poolside by day, and at dinner let our Michelin chef do the cooking. After a night of revelry and countless indulgences, enjoy one-touch everything via revolutionary in-room tablets from lighting and curtain controls, to ordering breakfast in bed, booking a spa treatment or ending the day with the tap of a “goodnight” button.
From corner views in every room to signature experiences in Tower Suites and Sky Suites, ARIA will leave you counting the days until your next visit - this is how we Vegas™.
Valet parking is currently not available, complimentary self-parking is available.
LocationLas Vegas - Strip
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General policies & fine print
Check-in Policy - Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy - Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
General Information - Room taxes are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Parking - Effective immediately, Aria Resort & Casino charges for parking.
Smoking Restoration Fee - Smoking will incur a nonrefundable fee with the hotel. Check with the hotel for final amount. Subject to change.
Resort Fee - A mandatory hotel-imposed fee is charged and collected by the hotel either at check-in or check-out for guests from all origins.
Mandatory hotel imposed resort fee inclusions:
• Property-wide high-speed internet access (public spaces and in-room)
• Unlimited local and toll-free calls
• Airline boarding pass printing
• Daily digital newspaper access
• Fitness center access for guests 18+
• *ARIA Sky Suite guests receive additional amenities, inclusive of daily newspaper delivery and exclusive access to Sky Pool.
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change at any time and without notice. The hotel can provide current fee and inclusions when you check-in.
• Dogs are the only animal allowed.
• There is a mandatory dog friendly fee of [$125.00 per night, per dog] for rooms and [$175 per night, per dog] for suites. These fees will be applied to your folio and payable directly to the hotel at time of checkout.
• Up to two dogs are allowed, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds.
• A second dog fee will be charged at check-in if bringing two dogs.
• Due to health code regulations, dogs (except for service dogs) are not allowed in public areas including, but not limited to: any food and beverage outlets, the Spa, or pool areas, except as passing through.
• Dogs are permitted in hotel rooms, suites, and the designated outdoor locations.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating31453 reviews
Accused me of stealing
I stood at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas The weekend of July 23 2020. They said the tablet was missing that I had no use for. t was to control the lights the window curtains and room service and they charged my card for $500 without notifying me and said I took their tablet they did no investigation and they did not refund me my money. I will make sure they don’t get away with it
Charged Resort Fee For A Free Night
I used a comp night at the Aria, yet was charged over $52 for a resort fee. While the room was nice, I was annoyed that I used a free night, yet was charged for this fee. Furthermore, I could not use the minifridge in the room because it was filled with an expensive minibar.
24th Stay at ARIA since it opened - would not stay anywhere else!
My husband Brendan and I have been coming to Vegas and staying at ARIA for over ten years now (ARIA turned ten years old at the end of 2019). We honestly wouldn’t stay anywhere else in Vegas. We're loyal MGM and ARIA guests for many reasons. ARIA stays current and exciting. Everything at ARIA is top-notch: the pools, the spa, the restaurants, the bars, the casino, the rooms and suites, the nightclub, the dayclub, the list literally goes on and on. But the thing about ARIA is that she's constantly changing and evolving over the years, keeping everything new and fresh - new bars and restaurants, new guest lounges, new clubs, new technologies, new venues, an expanded convention center. This keeps things exciting and interesting. Yet, even with these changes over the years, the whole experience of staying there remains classy and timeless. ARIA treats guests like family. We’re welcomed back time and time again. ARIA (and MGM) understands exactly what her guests want, and is able to deliver on that understanding. You will not be disappointed in this resort property, trust me. (I wouldn't be coming here almost 10 years straight if that were the case). Also, ARIA became dog-friendly over the last year. On this particular trip, we were there over Labor Day weekend. During our stay, we ate at Lemongrass, Javier’s, Julian Serrano, Five 50, ARIA Café, and The Buffet at ARIA. Everything was awesome as usual. And we drank and ate at all the bars in the resort, and in several other MGM properties. We were also upgraded to a Tower Suite. We always look forward to our future stays at ARIA. Since Labor Day, we stayed at ARIA again over Thanksgiving 2019 and have ARIA booked for August, 2020. Please stay here! You'll be thanking yourself that you did!
Taking extreme Covid-19 measures
I've stayed at Aria numerous times over the years and have always enjoyed my time there. This was my first time back since they re-opened. In my opinion, they are going to extremes with enforcing covid-19 restrictions. I spent $375 on a day bed at the pool. I'm literally sitting on my day bed not within 15 feet of anyone and they tell me to put on my mask. It's 110 degrees and you have to wear a mask outside at the pool. You can only be without a mask if you're in the pool. You can sit on the edge of the pool and have your feet in the water, but you'll be told to either get in the pool or put your mask on. That's just stupid. The service was bad as well. They're understaffed due to covid. Took forever for anyone to come by to take my order. Plenty of people come by to enforce mask rules, but too few servers to actually serve. Then, the next morning I get a cup of coffee at Starbucks and I'm standing with it in my hand and they come up to me and tell me to cover my face. Stupid. I'm drinking coffee. I did stay at Wynn about a month ago. They too had mask police, but were not as crazy. You could sit at the pool and take your mask off. When you got up and walked around, they wanted you to put your mask on, but when you sat down you could take it off. Another thing. You can't get an alcoholic beverage anywhere in the casino and take it with you. You have to go into one of the bars/restaurants and sit down. You can't order a drink and leave with it. Stupid and no fun. Vegas is supposed to be fun. I get being careful due to the virus, but they're over doing things. Why can't I order a drink and leave with it? Doesn't make any sense. I'm sure management will say they're just following state/county rules. I'm not so sure they couldn't ease up a bit and still comply though. I'll go back, but not until covid restrictions are eased. I'll go to the Wynn in the meantime. Still mask police there, but not as crazy with the rules.
Poor Customer Service
I would never choose this hotel again. Upon check in, my husband's card was charged multiple times. Our room was filthy, having urine and some sort of fecal residue on the toilet seat. There was hair everywhere. Considering we are in the middle of a global pandemic the room's cleanliness is not optional. The hotel is showing its age. The bathroom had rust. Andrew and another young woman were helpful, offering to have the room cleaned, comping two nights, and offering credit for F&B for the problems, BUT when we went to use the credit we were told that room charging privileges were blocked by the front desk. I went to the front desk where another couple was complaining about double charges. The night manager Elijah was not helpful. He was RUDE and CONDESCENDING, about the full day of problems we encountered. His exact words were "we already compensated you enough, what else do you want?" I wanted five star level service from the beginning. We were compensated for issues that occurred upon check-in but here we were standing in the lobby at midnight regarding NEW ISSUES. Instead of offering sincere apologies he simply said, "you can charge now, what else do you want?" I will never stay at Aria again. The quality has gone way down and the service I experienced last night with Elijah completely turned me off. I'm a best selling author and have stayed at many hotels and do not expect perfection, but I do expect to be treated with respect by the manager of a 5 star establishment.