Ratings based on 6,966 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice View.Posted Mar 10, 2014
Pros: Lobby is nice and big; the driveway to the hotel is Visually appealing.
Cons: Better rates.
Location: Shopping at Crystals is always great.
Although Aria might cost the top end of hotel room rates, I think well worth the added dollars. Nice airy lobby, you are not inundated with the Casino floor the moment you walk in. Rooms are large and nicely stocked. Yes, it is expensive, but if there only for a couple of days it's worth splurging.
for Everyoneby Tom from Pittsburgh,Pa.
Awesome Hotel in center of Las Vegas Strip.Posted Mar 9, 2014
Pros: Everything mentioned above, and at such a great price!
Location: The Aria, being in the Center City, is centrally located to shops, restaurants, casinos, and central to all entertainment.
The Aria Hotel and Casino is very opulent and grand. The rooms are amazing, and the facilities are second to none. There is every high-end shop for all tastes. The restaurants and the casino are tremendous. The staff was more than happy to cater to every whim.
by Jim from Plymouth, MN
Long Lines and Poor ValuePosted Mar 9, 2014
Pros: The rooms were spacious, well equipped and clean.
Cons: Check in time is unacceptable. Restaurants need to provide better value. Staff seemed to be going through the motions, not really interested.
Location: The location is good, easy walking distance to most interesting locations.
Waited 45 minutes to check in and there were lines for most of the restaurants. Woken at 4:30am by people in next room having a domestic dispute, threatening violence. Had to call security, was concerned for our safety. Many of the restaurants and in particular the buffet were very poor value. Mediocre quality at high prices. Best quality and value was Jean Philippe.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Fantastic location, great room!Posted Mar 8, 2014
Easy check-in, leading to a great room. So easy to get to all the strip has to offer.
for Everyoneby Tar
Excellance Abounds at the ARIAPosted Mar 7, 2014
Pros: Just about everything.
Cons: Coffee makers in the room for a early coffee while getting ready for the day .
Location: Location was great close to all major Casinos and Venues. CVS Drug store at end of street.
Hotel and staff were amazing. Rooms are beautiful,clean and spacious. We were in a Corner suite which had many views of the city and strip area. Our room was cleaned to perfection daily and the turn down service was a pleasant surprise after the long day. Thank You
for Couplesby Karen from Fife
nice but expensivePosted Mar 7, 2014
Pros: No smoking except on casino floor, big airy reception area, well organised. Rooms and gadget controller good
Cons: better water pressure in shower. Firmer pillows made available.
Location: The hotel entrance is about 2 min from strip which provides you with access to lots of restaurants, shows, shops and casinos - this is Vegas after all
Nice hotel, obviously catering to the richer folks, so booking this on expedia with the good rates is a good idea but be aware the bars and restaurants are pricey. there are so many other places to go to on the strip though this is not really an issue. for me the room was nice, the gadget that controls tv, lighting, temp and curtains was fun and a nice touch. Downside - I found the mattress and pillows way too soft. I realise this is a personal preference so may not be a bad thing to a lot of people looking to stay here. We did ask for firmer pillows but had no response to this - in my opinion if a budget hotel in UK can offer a choice as standard in their rooms then so can a first class hotel. the min gambling rates differ depending on time of day but most start at $25, at night this goes up to $50 on a most tables we saw so again a wander along to New york new york or any other casino would be an option. The showers could be better - low pressure and not able to adjust the position of the shower head was a bit of a let down. we did also have to ring down for towels on a few occasions when we returned from day out to find none were in the room.
for Everyoneby Amy
Amazing StayPosted Mar 7, 2014
Cons: The hours of the pools. We were bummed that we only had until 5pm to enjoy the pools.
Location: Many other hotels/casinos/nightclubs (MGM Grand, Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, VDara..) Bacchanal Buffet, Premium Outlets North, Eiffel Tower Tour
We had a great experience here for our girls trip! Booked a king bed, got upgraded to double beds on a lower level. But we did not mind. House keeping went above and beyond to make sure we had extra towels and toiletries stocked. One house keeper even lined up all of our shoes along the wall. Front desk always answered with warm welcomes when we called with questions. Gorgeous hotel/resort/casino with a wonderful view. Although we only went to one of the few pools, it was heated and had a nearby bar. We loved our stay at Aria and will definitely recommend it to anyone!
for Everyoneby justin from north dakota
Brand new hotelPosted Mar 6, 2014
We stayed in double queen bed rooms that had amazingly soft beds in both rooms. The elevators were really fast the only issue we did have was that one of our rooms was on the 19th floor while the other was on the 25th which then meant they used different elevator banks. Not a huge deal you just had to go all the way to the ground to go back up to the other room.
for Everyoneby AJ from Philadelphia
Great PlacePosted Mar 5, 2014
Pros: Atmosphere and quality
We had a great time here! They have restaurants for all likes, clean high tech rooms and great customer service.
for Everyoneby ken from red deer alta. canada
Aria Very nice hotelPosted Mar 5, 2014
Pros: Big and clean and walking distance to everything u need
Cons: Ventilation I don't like smoke
Location: Close to everything
Had a great time maybe drank and stayed up to late but that is what it's about left some money