ARIA Resort and Casino at CityCenter
3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
Las Vegas Strip
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- A $25 daily resort fee plus tax is payable directly to the property upon checking in. The resort fee includes Internet Access (in-room and campus wide at City Center), Free in-room local and toll free calls, Access to ARIA Fitness Center (does not include wet areas), Daily newspaper and Free Airline Boarding Pass Printing.
- Pool open year round-current hours are 9am to 4pm. 'Liquid' at ARIAS-TBA.
McCarran Intl Airport
Limo-50.00 One Way
Shuttle-15.00 One Way
Taxi-15.00 One Way
**Please Note Fees May Apply To Above Transportation**
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- Las Vegas Convention And Visitors
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538 reviews ARIA Resort and Casino at CityCenter
4,004 rooms, 61 floors
ARIA, located in the heart of the all new CityCenter, is a dramatic, yet graceful combination of striking architecture and sustainable design. This is a dramatic, yet graceful combination of striking architecture and sustainable design. From the soaring three story lobby to the naturally lit casino, ARIA redefines Las Vegas and its skyline. The resort features a variety of dining experiences, dynamic collection of lounges and bars, a nightclub, luxury spa, pools and entertainment fit for a king, literally: Cirque du Soleil presents an exclusive performance based on the music of Elvis. The contemporary architecture will be complemented by the warm, intimate decor elements of reclaimed wood and native stone. ARIA's modern tower is uniquely designed to deliver expansive floor-to-ceiling windows from every guest room with a unique corner-window offering breathtaking panoramic views.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Fitness Facility
- Dry Cleaning/Laundry
- Business Center
- Convention Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Interior Corridors
- Wheelchair Accessible
When you think about Las Vegas buffets there are normally two requirements; quality and variety. The Buffet at ARIA focuses not only on having a wide selection of dishes from around the world, but ensuring that they are of the highest quality and truly authentic. Using a mix of individual portions and home-style casserole dishes, this is one Las Vegas restaurant destination you cannot miss.
The details are what separate The Buffet at ARIA from all other Las Vegas buffets. Everything from the music to the serving dishes aspire to create an eclectic and unforgettable dining experience. Here, you will never find trays of pre-heated food sitting in warmers. Instead our buffet chefs put on a Las Vegas-style show with their cooking skills; carving, sautÃ©ing, baking, steaming and even using an authentic Tandoor Oven to create the food right before your eyes. Dining with a group? Ask the chefs to create a platter of your favorite dish for 4 or 14 people.
550 Degrees: The ideal temperature to cook your pizza to perfection
Bringing a Southern California favorite to the Las Vegas Strip, Javier's is now open in the center of the Casino Floor. Javier's delivers a rich heritage of authentic Mexican cuisine along with hand-shaken margaritas and a high-energy ambiance to Las Vegas.
Enjoy Baja specials including selections of seafood, beef, pork, chicken and vegetarian dishes both at the exquisite bar surrounded by dozens of the world's finest tequilas and in the main dining room featuring a chainsaw wood carving highlighting the Aztec civilization. Javier's in Las Vegas has the energy of your favorite Mexican restaurant with the high-end cuisine you expect from a dinner on The Strip.
Jean Philippe Patisserie
Craving a Las Vegas restaurant that serves up sweets in their finest form? Look no further than the Casino Level of ARIA. Jean Philippe Maury, Executive Pastry Chef at ARIA Resort & Casino, has brought his expertise and passion for French gourmet to this sweet Vegas restaurant favorite. Satisfy your inner chocoholic by indulging in an environment that is equally as inviting as its treats.
The menu at Jean Philippe Patisserie includes freshly-made crepes, gourmet sandwiches and salads, along with our exquisite pastries, bonbons and truffles. While French-inspired fare is in no short supply, the overwhelming selection of gourmet chocolate specialties are what really set this cafÃ© apart from other casual restaurants in Las Vegas. Truffles woven with creamy amaretto and perfect squares of dark cocoa sprinkled with toasted praline give new meaning to the word luxury.
Sage is a favorite Las Vegas restaurant amongst an international crowd of foodies due to its focuses on contemporary American cuisine spiced with global influences in a sophisticated, yet comfortable atmosphere. Critically acclaimed Chef Shawn McClain combines farm-to-table produce, artisanal meats and sustainable seafood that make each dish mouth-watering. Looking to move away from the overcomplicated dishes found in many Las Vegas restaurants, McClain and his team place the ultimate emphasis on simple, clean flavors and seasonal ingredients. Enjoy the familiarity of a New York strip steak married with decadent beef marrow, or fall back on comfort classics like ravioli topped with heirloom carrots and roasted garlic. Such creative use of ingredients makes this one of the best Las Vegas restaurants that's impossible to skip.
barMASA at ARIA brings Chef Masa Takayama's personal quest of carrying simplicity to its next level of purity to the Las Vegas restaurant scene. Clean, simple and uncomplicated, the food at barMASA is prepared with a technique that allows the inherent flavor of each ingredient to emerge undisguised. Essential to this process are freshness and seasonality not normally found in a Las Vegas restaurant, as exemplified by barMASA's practice of using fish that have been out of Japanese coastal waters for no more than 24 hours. Guests dining in barMASA's understated space face the difficult freedom of selecting their own dishes from the a la carte menu, or they can inquire about ideal pairings from our resident sake sommelier. And before leaving barMASA for the treasures that lie throughout ARIA, make note of the commanding set of 15-foot doors of teak and copper that create a shrine-like passage to one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas.
The best Las Vegas restaurants offer an exotic dining experience you can't get just anywhere, and Lemongrass is the first and only Thai restaurant in a Las Vegas resort on The Strip. Serving a modern interpretation of Thai cuisine, Lemongrass specializes in a wide variety of authentic fare filled with robust flavor. Take a mouth-watering tour of Asia via a spicy papaya salad followed immediately by wok-tossed live Maine lobster infused with hints of ginger and scallion. Traditional Thai more your speed? Dive into basil pork steamed rice or spicy Phad Thai with crispy tofu, and cool the lingering notes of chilies and soy on your palette with a refreshing accompaniment to your meal. This Las Vegas restaurant favorite has taken no shortcuts on their cocktail offering a ÃÃsip on Nigori Sake, or enjoy a sweet reprieve of Watermelon Caipiroska, all the while applauding your cultural dining leap of faith.
From classic to cutting edge, Blossom delivers the triumphs of Chinese cuisine to this stylish Las Vegas restaurant through a 100-dish lineup that spans every preference. The meticulously researched menu offers the best of China's culinary wisdom tailored for both the Western palate as well as authentic dishes that bring the dishes of Beijing and Hong Kong to the Las Vegas restaurant scene. Live seafood is held in four different on-site tanks, and the art of tableside prep brings a touch of festivity to a number of Blossom's gourmet selections. Chef Chi Kwun Choia's passionate pursuit of creative fare has earned him the exclusive Epicurean Award for Best Chinese Restaurant in Las Vegas, and you'll be pleased to experience his mastery first-hand. Designed to evoke serenity, the modern elegance of Blossom combined with exquisite culinary creations will result in an experience you'd be hard pressed to find in any other Chinese restaurant in Las Vegas.
Jean Georges Steakhouse
World-renowned Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, with his highly decorated repertoire of culinary achievements, pushes the boundaries of traditional steakhouse and Las Vegas restaurant expectations with his decidedly contemporary rewrite, Jean Georges Steakhouse. Under his expert guidance, the highest-quality meats and seafood from around the world are cooked to perfection with flavor-releasing techniques and then receive a signature Vongerichten jolt via unexpected sauces and side dishes. Alive with vibrant, often Asian-inspired seasonings, all house-made steak sauces, mustards, rubs and flavored salts deliver undeniable satisfaction you won't find at any other restaurant in Las Vegas. Jean-Georges' culinary vision has redefined industry standards among both Las Vegas restaurants and epicurean concepts throughout the world, thus revolutionizing the way we eat.
Tetsu Teppan Grill
Forbes and Michelin-decorated Chef Masa Takayama introduces the first teppan grill concept to his extraordinary culinary repertoire. Tetsu is an intimate and interactive dining experience, offering guests the first taste of Chef Masa's passion for fine Japanese grilling. Located inside Masa's famed sushi restaurant, barMASA, the exclusive venue features six VIP and two communal teppan grill tables with seating for 10 and five, respectively. Highly skilled chefs oversee the evening's culinary entertainment - prepping, cooking and plating orders specific to each guest's request. A produce table serves as the room's centerpiece, displaying the finest quality meats, seafood and vegetables.
Bigger doesn't always mean better: Julian Serrano stretches the boundaries of small plates, loading guest's palettes with delectable interpretations of his native Spanish fare. Pegging this Las Vegas restaurant favorite as simply a tapas bar wouldn't do justice to the crispy pancetta and spicy croquetas that grace the almost-overwhelming menu options. Narrowing down your perfectly-portioned Spanish plates will be the hardest part of your dining experience. Relish in the comfort and familiarity of imported Spanish serrrano ham alongside a creamy cheese platter or indulge your adventurous side with savory white anchovy fillets and black pig pintxo topped with perfectly caramelized onions. The warm orange and red accents adorning the walls of Julian Serrano fuel the environment, rivaling the energy of the innovative cuisine served.
The largest 24-hour cafe and restaurant in Las Vegas, Vettro prepares your favorite dishes in a casual and contemporary environment. Garden areas and natural elements provide relaxing dining settings, while terraced seating and floor-to-ceiling windows allow for stunning views at any hour. What's more, the stones that decorate the tiers leading to the second floor seating area in Cafe Vettro are reclaimed from the implosion of the Boardwalk Hotel, the famous Las Vegas hotel that formerly stood where CityCenter is now.
Your appetite is ravenous and you are ready to overdo it. Las Vegas restaurant standards just won't do this time you are re looking for something authentic, something indulgent. Stop looking. At Sirio Ristorante, traditional and contemporary Italian dishes fuse together to bring sumptuous flavors to an entirely new level. There's no cuisine that elicits the feeling of comfort and satisfaction quite like Italian, and Las Vegas restaurant connoisseurs agree that Sirio Ristorante hits the mark every time. Here, cheese isnÃ¢t just an ingredient, it's a treat. Select from eight artisanal varieties, grouped in their very own menu category. Classic pastas like hand-rolled thick spaghetti and spinach-infused homemade fusilli pasta are in no short supply, either. All dishes are inspired by the Tuscan standards of famed restaurateur Sirio Maccioni's youth and served in a stylish environment.
Celebrating one of America's great dining legacies is AMERICAN FISH, Michael Mina's fifth restaurant in Las Vegas. Rustic cooking methods from across the country are highlighted and applied with modern finesse, creating a truly refined affair. Here, dishes draw on authentic regional products from the nation's great waterways and woodlands with freshness and seasonality setting the pace, and each dish is prepared in one of four signature cooking methods never previously considered in Las Vegas restaurants: salt baking, wood grilling, cast-iron griddling and ocean-water poaching. AMERICAN FISH's decor brings the comfort and familiarity of a mountain lodge to the Las Vegas restaurant scene, as it evokes the spirit of the continent's great landscapes and salutes the time-honored quality of American craftsmanship. The careful and creative consideration for both cooking methodology and rustic American decor ensures a dining experience unlike any other restaurant in Las Vegas.
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