Aria Resort and Casino

Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

The contemporary architecture of ARIA is complemented by the resort's lavish accommodations. An incredible range of amenities include 16 restaurants ranging from cafés to pop into for a quick bite to fine-dining extravaganzas run by world-renowned chefs, such as barMASA with its a la carte Japanese menu. There are also 10 bars and lounges, so whatever your mood, there’s a vibe to suit it. Guest rooms boast floor-to-ceiling windows and are furnished in warm colours and textures, ensuring a comfortable and relaxing retreat. There’s also a state-of-the-art spa with plenty of indulgent treatments to melt your cares away, several beautiful pool areas and a fitness suite.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot tub
  • Night Club
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Evening Entertainment
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service

Where is it

At the heart of The Strip, between Bellagio and Park MGM Las Vegas. Close to the T-Mobile Arena, a destination for live events from music to sport. Transfer time from airport: 10 minutes.

Hotel information

4,004 rooms including 568 suites, on 61 floors in 1 building. All with air-conditioning, panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, 42” LCD HD TV, telephone, WiFi*, tablet controlled room settings, mini-bar, safe, hairdryer, plush robes and slippers, iron and board. Deluxe Rooms with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults (rollaway bed for 1 adult available in the Deluxe King room, please request at time of booking. $50 fee prpn is applicable and payable locally, price subject to change).

Resort Club Lounge Rooms give you ARIA's new luxury experience, with access to the Resort Club Lounge that offers a complimentary daily buffet breakfast, snacks throughout the day and non-alcoholic beverages. On top of this, there's a dedicated concierge and priority check-in, rooms are all located on higher floors for the best views. These are available with 1 king-size bed or 2 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Corner Suites with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 3 adults with a rollaway bed (please request at time of booking. $50 fee prpn is applicable and payable locally, price subject to change).

  • Special Offer: Book before 30 Jun '19 for completed stays between 1 May '19–31 May '20.

    $40 daily food and beverage credit per room, valid on all room types.

    *2 night minimum stay required. Food and beverage credit is per room per day. Please note this offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. It is not combinable with any other offers. Some blackout dates will apply. Discount has been calculated into price shown. F&B credit may be used cross-property at all properties EXCEPT Circus Circus.

    *A valid credit card must be presented upon check-in and you will be required to charge food and beverage to your room at the outlet to redeem credit. Daily credit for the first night of your stay becomes available upon check-in on your check-in day; credit may not be used on day of check-out.

16 restaurants and 10 bars and lounges. barMASA (Japanese a la carte), Tetsu (Japanese dining within barMASA, Sage (contemporary American seafood), Julian Serrano Tapas, Jean George's Steakhouse, Carbone (Italian), Blossom (Chinese), Javier's (Mexican cuisine), Catch (Asian-influenced sushi,seafood and steak) Aria Patiserrie, Lobby Bar, Lift Bar, Gem Bar, Five50 pizza restaurant by Shawn McClain, Aria Café, The Buffet, Starbucks®, Liquid Pool & Lounge, Pool Bar (open seasonally). 3 swimming pools (open seasonally) with 50 private cabanas* and 3 hot tubs. Split-level spa and salon with 112 treatment rooms*. Deluxe fitness room*, meditation and relaxation rooms, eucalyptus steam rooms and redwood saunas. JEWEL Nightclub and Late Night Lounge. The Shops at Aria. Casino. 24-hour in-room dining*. 24-hour reception. Concierge. Self-parking $18, valet parking $30, plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change). Please note: the parking fee allows in-out privileges within the same parking type across all MGM Resorts.

This hotel has a resort fee of $39 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - High-speed Internet access (in-suite and public areas) - In-room local and toll free calls - Fitness Centre access - Electronic newspaper - Airline boarding pass printing - Complimentary Notary services. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room

Please note:Rooms at this property are non-smoking with a Smoking Restoration Fee of $500 for Rooms and $1000 for Suites. Smoking is permitted in the casino and in designated areas.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (18145)
  • Very good (6548)
  • Average (2373)
  • Poor (1075)
  • Terrible (1015)
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May 22, 2019 mhoman2018

Top notch hotel and experience. Everybody very friendly and helpful. The hotel is expensive but definitely one of the top hotels anywhere. Only issue is that we were charged for minibar use that wasn’t used but the front desk credited the bill.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Promenade level I was happier. Smoky casino.

May 22, 2019 Relax53897413806 Los Angeles, California

Meh. The whole place needs to be dusted, especially all the perforated metal and glass. The cigarette smell is pervasive and seriously should be eliminated. I like the Promenade level much better but the coffee shops were so slow.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating How much does it cost to stay hydrated?

May 22, 2019 OnAir50002428386 Glenview, Illinois

I paid $21.75 for a bottle of water in the room. I notice on my checkout bill that I had a $21.75 charge for in room service and knew I only had one bottle of water. I thought they charged me for three or even two? It was for one bottle. That's all I need to stay. The most outrageously priced gouging I've ever seen anywhere. Stay someplace… Read more
I paid $21.75 for a bottle of water in the room. I notice on my checkout bill that I had a $21.75 charge for in room service and knew I only had one bottle of water. I thought they charged me for three or even two? It was for one bottle. That's all I need to stay. The most outrageously priced gouging I've ever seen anywhere. Stay someplace else. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Service Exceptional!

May 22, 2019 Camper04177038813

stay in the vip area so you can experience the club benefits, we had breakfast every morning and snacks and happy hour every night. We would even stop in for a quick nibble in the afternoon. There is always food and drinks there from morning until evening. This was one of the many perks we received.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not worth the money

May 22, 2019 gjscott75 Edinburgh, United Kingdom

I stayed at Aria in a Sky Suites one bedroom penthouse for a few days in late April 2019 and, if I were to sum it up, I'd give it a 'meh' and, frankly, that feels fairly generous. For the money it cost I'd have expected better. Some particular issues I noted were: - Guest services were less than stellar. I was aware that Sky Suite guests were… Read more
I stayed at Aria in a Sky Suites one bedroom penthouse for a few days in late April 2019 and, if I were to sum it up, I'd give it a 'meh' and, frankly, that feels fairly generous. For the money it cost I'd have expected better. Some particular issues I noted were: - Guest services were less than stellar. I was aware that Sky Suite guests were entitled to complimentary chauffeur drive from/to the airport. Having booked weeks in advance I thought they might contact me before I arrived but, as the arrival date was looming and I still hadn't heard anything, I contacted them to query how the airport pick-up should be arranged. I waited a week and had no response, so I chased it up again and eventually got a reply. I don't expect to have to chase such things up when I'm paying well in excess of £500 per weekday night to stay there. - An almost perennial issue I've found with MGM properties is that the house-keeping is poor (and getting worse as time goes on), and this stay was no exception. I found trash shoved down the side of the sofa from a previous guest and the curtains were very obviously heavily stained but, it seems, that's okay to MGM in one of their most expensive rooms? The furniture and decor were also showing signs of wear (chipped floor tiles, fan grilles hanging off walls, peeling wallpaper, scuffed walls, scratched furniture etc - general wear and tear) which is really not something I'd expect in such an alleged high-end suite. I guess the one thing you could say is that the level of housekeeping and maintenance is consistent in MGM properties (consistently poor, anyway) no matter which level of room you're in, you'll get pretty much the same standard of housekeeping. - The bed was awful - it was far, far too soft. I don't know if this is by design or whether it was simply worn out, but I certainly woke up with a sore back each morning. After the disappointing level of housekeeping, this would probably be the main reason I'd avoid staying here again - it was one of the worst beds I've ever slept (or struggled to sleep) in. I may have tried to sleep on the sofa instead were it not equally uncomfortable... an obvious case of style over substance. - You could hear water running in the bathroom even when there was no water running in the bathroom?! Other guests taking showers or flushing toilets, I guess, but it was annoying to be woken up by it in the middle of the night. On the topic of being woken up, and this is a strange one I've never experienced anywhere else in Las Vegas, but the floor to ceiling windows seemed to be the source of some almighty loud creaking/cracking/banging noises both early in the morning as the sun came up and again as the sun set in the evening - I presume it was the metal window frames expanding and contracting causing the loud cracking/creaking noises. It was certainly loud enough to wake me up on more than one occasion - it was so loud the first morning that I had to get out of bed to check as I thought something had hit the bedroom window! - The blackout curtains in the bedroom had a gap at the side and didn't actually block out the light from the strip at night. - Speaking of the strip, the room had a strip view although it was somewhat obstructed by both the Waldorf Astoria and Veer Towers in front and the Cosmopolitan to the left. Basically, because Aria is set so far back from the strip it doesn't seem like you'd get a good view of it from any room, if a good strip view is something you care about. - The final annoyance was on the morning of checkout where I was moving on to the Bellagio (in what transpired to be a much worse experience which I've reviewed separately) and tried to check out on the in-room TV. Didn't work. Tried again. Didn't work. Tried it on one of the other TV's. Didn't work. Tried it on my mobile device. Didn't work. So I reluctantly dragged my luggage down to the check-in desk to queue for 20 minutes just to check out. When I eventually got to the front and spoke to a member of staff at the desk who asked if I was happy with my stay I pointed out I wasn't exactly impressed at having to wait in a queue to check out and, rather than apologise or explain what was wrong with their automated checkout mechanisms, they asked why I didn't phone down instead, like it was my own fault and it was somehow unreasonable that I should expect their TV or online checkout to be working?! Really, for what was meant to be a stay in a premium room (because it certainly came with a premium price tag), it was the icing on the cake of an experience that fell well short of expectations. Thinking of the good points of the stay, they were rare: - The suite was very spacious, it was very nice to have such a large space to stay in but it certainly comes at a cost. - There was a refrigerator for personal use which isn't always the case in hotel rooms, so that was appreciated. - The complimentary snacks and drinks at the Sky Suites lounge were OK and apparently frequently replenished although choice is limited and, if you're staying more than a couple of days, you'll find the same items re-appear. In summary, I can't think of a good enough reason to stay here again when there's so much choice in Las Vegas. Or, certainly, it wouldn't be in such an expensive room... the level of housekeeping is apparently disappointing no matter the level of room you choose, so perhaps just as well to stay in a standard room if you're going to stay here at all. However, as anyone can read here on Tripadvisor, the canned responses to negative reviews by MGM are just that - insincere responses about taking feedback seriously and feedback being passing on the relevant departments, none of which has (in my experience over the last few years of staying in MGM properties) actually led to any improvements so, for my next trip to Las Vegas, I think I'll be trying out some non-MGM properties for a change. Read less