Aria is a hotel with an attached casino, located in Las Vegas, Nevada in the Las Vegas Strip area. The Aria is a 4000 room property owned and managed by of MGM Resorts international. It is one of the Strip’s newer hotels and became operational on December 16, 2009. Aria happens to be the biggest and tallest building at City Center owing to its 4 million square feet of hip, Vegas floor space.
The resort has two major towers that have 61 and 51 floors respectively. The most important aspect of these towers is that they happen to house the American Automobile Association Hotel, which is a 5 diamond hotel consisting of well over four thousand suites. It also boasts 16 restaurants, about a dozen bars and clubs, and a sprawling Casino that is 150,000 square feet in area. Aria Las Vegas this also boasts a massive pool complex with 45-55 cabanas, and a salon that is spread over eighty thousand square feet.
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Aria holds 4,004 state of the art guest rooms. Luxury suites make up 568 of the rooms, and an allotment are alluded to as Sky Suites, a Forbes Five Star Inn. Sky Suites are ordered independently since they are accessed via a private passageway and lift. At the time of its opening in 2009, Aria was the ninth largest hotel complex on the planet as measured by the aggregate number of rooms.
Aria’s casino and gaming complex features poker, table games, slots and a race book. The gaming machines are controlled and checked by a server farm and are changed to play the most popular games. Inside Aria are 10 bars and over a dozen restaurants including Julian Serrano, a restaurant named after its gourmet chef. Savvy is another famous restaurant in Aira, as is Barmasa (a Japanese specialty dining room) and American Fish. American Fish is run by Michael Mina and Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Aria has also appeared in a few popular Hollywood movies including “The Last Vegas” and “Now You See Me” to name a few. Aria’s restaurants and pool decks are must visit places especially for those looking for some serious rest and relaxation during their next visit to Las Vegas.