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There’s no shortage of luxury hotels in Las Vegas, many of which can be a gamble, but what makes Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ARIA Sky Suites different than all the rest is that it’s a sure bet in Sin City. It’s a chic, contemporary hotel within a hotel, with its own entrance, concierge and registration desk, private elevators and a lounge where you can help yourself to complimentary snacks, juices and wine. You will, however, need to venture out of Sky Suites’ serene confines to visit restaurants, bars, pool, gym and the casino, all located in the main areas of Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star ARIA. The rooms are exclusively suites with separate bedrooms and living rooms, a dining area, and more than 1,000 square feet of space. We love that the rooms are so spacious, but it’s actually the little extras, such as the stand- alone whirlpool tub with champagne stream bubbles and the steam showers in some of the bathrooms, that really elevate the Sky Suites above the rest. The state-of-the-art in-room technology also lets you control everything in the room from the television remote. You can even program your curtains to open at 9 a.m. and wake you to the day’s headlines on the TV. The impeccable service also sets Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ARIA Sky Suites apart. The staff is friendly and helpful, and the amenities are unbeatable. The resort includes 16 restaurants, Haze Nightclub, a Cirque du Soleil theater featuring Zarkana, casino and more.
Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star ARIA Sky Suites is uniquely designed to deliver corner-window views from panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows from every suite. All suites are also equipped with the advanced integrated technologies that allow guests to customize their room preference with the touch of a button.
With its location in the heart of CityCenter as well as being a part of the MGM Resort International family, ARIA provides convenient access to Las Vegas' best dining, entertainment, gaming, spa, and amenities.