Aria Las Vegas Hotel
When travelers want some luxury and seduction, Aria Resort & Casino is the perfect Vegas hotel for the job. The central location within the CityCenter development on the Strip and the 4,004 rooms with 568 suites inside the two 60-story curvilinear glass structures make this one of the most awe inspiring hotels in Vegas. Out of the entire list of Las Vegas hotels, Aria may be the hightlight for 2013.
The luxurious rooms at Aria offer spectacular views of the Las Vegas Strip and the new CityCenter. Furnished with custom ARIA mattress, 42-inch Flat-screen HDTVs, laptop computer, game console, cameras, MP3 Connection and CD/DVD player, the room is a city of entertainment in itself.
Not only does this Vegas hotel have elegant decor, but the rooms and hotel also use environmentally friendly amenities so that Aria can do it’s part toi help the green movement in Las Vegas. They pride themselves on preserving energy and keeping environmental sustainability in mind. Aria uses the Control4 automation system, a highly advanced system to monitor the amount of energy used.
However, as a luxury Vegas hotel, the rooms and environmental aspects at Aria aren’t the only attractions. Aria is famous for its Vegas show, Zarkana by Cirque du Soleil. Zarkana continues to impress viewers with acrobatics like never seen before. For those who wish to get a true taste of Sin City and the Vegas nightlife, HAZE at Aria by The Light Group offers clubbing with a one of a kind sound system and party scene for truly exciting nightlife experience. But, if on the other hand, one wishes to relax, or needs some rehab after a long night out, the Spa at Aria offers heated-stone ganbanyoku beds, an infused salt room, and separate spas for men and women with eucalyptus steam rooms and redwood saunas. The co-ed balcony at the Spa at Aria also features a beautiful view of the pools below.
Aria features just about anything any Vegas traveler would need. They offer luxury and class with just the right amount of Sin City fun and adventure.
This article was written by Ariel Abbott, Editor of EarlyVegas.com