Aria Resort & Casino is CityCenter’s central feature, owned by MGM Mirage and Infinity World Development. At the resort’s base there’s a large casino. Everything about the resort and casino is designed to show luxury and an urban theme.
Aria Resort & Casino opened on December 16, 2009.
Address: 3730 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
Resorts/Hotels near-by:: Aria is located between Monte Carlo Resort & Casino and Bellagio.
Number of rooms and suites
Aria Resort & Casino offers a total of 4,004 guest rooms, including 568 suites.
The casino offers over 50,000 square feet of gaming, in a special layout designed to allow natural light to streams down onto the gaming floor. For the high-end players there are exclusive salons which offer high-limit slot and table games.
Aria Resort & Casino is definitely aiming at the high-end crowd. Outside the peak season, room rates start at $125 per night (deluxe room) and can be as high as $1,050 per night (2 Bedroom Penthouse City View Suite). On average, suites cost over $400 per night.
Aria gathered some of the world’s most critically acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs to offer guests incredible dishes in the numerous fine dining and casual restaurants.
City Center is home to 42 restaurants and bars and out of those 9 fine dining restaurants and 8 casual dining restaurants are located within Aria Resort & Casino.
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The nightlife at Aria Resort & Casino is seductive and intoxicating. There are plenty of choices for those who want to spend the night dancing or just plan to relax with the friends.
Created by The Light Group, HAZE Nightclub offers a cutting-edge environment to challenge all your senses. The club comprises 25,000 square-foot and the trendy, modern look is obvious from the moment you step in: all metallic and gold, with a splash of red. There are three bars and 60 tables, and you can gaze at the dance floor from anywhere. The club is created in such a way that the party goers can be seen and can see everyone all the time. The dress code required is trendy nightlife, of course. The club is set to open on December 31, 2009. Guests must be 21 or older.
The resort’s theatre is home to the show Viva ELVIS by Cirque du Soleil, a fusion of dance, acrobatics and live music, created as tribute to the life and music of Elvis Presley. The show highlights an American icon who performed popular music. His image represents his era, with all its good and bad parts. Viva ELVIS focuses on the humanity of the icon who will be forever linked to the history of Las Vegas.
Tickets cost $175, $150, $125 and $99 (excluding taxes). The regular showtimes start on January 28, 2010 and there are two shows daily at 7:00pm & 9:30pm (dark Wednesday & Thursday). Preview performances are available between December 20, 2009 and January 28, 2010 and the tickets are sold at 25% Discount off Full Price. Audience must be over 5 years old and those under 18 should be accompanied by an adult.
Things to do
Aria Resort & Casino also offers excellent shopping opportunities, the possibility to play golf on near-by courses and a spa.
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