Planning a trip to Vegas? Join this video tour of Aria Las Vegas. You’ll walk through the resort and casino and see which restaurants and bars are open and which are closed. Surprisingly, or maybe not so much of a surprise, almost a year into the pandemic some restaurants haven’t reopened.
Built on the former Boardwalk Hotel and Casino site, Aria Resort and Casino has 4,004 rooms including Sky Suites, 150,000 square feet of gaming, and a pool complex that spans 215,000 square feet.
Curious what the pool looks like? You can read my ARIA Pool Tour blog post and watch the video.
The Aria hotel is famous for its curvilinear design and technological advancements. Hotel room lights and other electronics turn off when not in use and the curtains open and close when you enter and leave the room.
Something to keep in mind before booking your stay at Aria, the ARIA Resort Club Lounge is temporarily closed. The exclusive Resort Club Lounge offers a relaxing area to hang out and work and free snacks and drinks throughout the day. Wine and beer are free in the evenings during cocktail hour.
You get free access to the Resort Club Lounge when you book a resort club room.
Pro-tip: Only 2 registered guests per room can use the lounge for free. There’s a fee of $50 per person for additional guests.
You can read my post on the Aria fitness center and spa tour. There’s the video in the post.
Travel Hack Mlife Status
Because ARIA is an MGM Resort, you use your comps and freeplay benefits from Mlife status.
You get free Mlife Pearl status if you have the World of Hyatt credit card.
You get Hyatt Discoverist status with the card which matches to Pearl status with Mlife.
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