We decided to enjoy our weekend getaway at Aria and we made a perfect decision. The hotel was above my expectations. The room was absolutely gorgeous, super clean, smelled so good. The bed was really comfortable. We ate at the buffet and also had the bottomless drink option. We loved it. The food was very good, the servers were very attentive. We would definitely go back to the Aria next time I have a chance to be in Vegas!!!
My boyfriend and I stayed in a king suite for my 30th and wow...the room is huge and the quality is so elevated I felt like a princess! We also had a view of the mountains which I would say is better than pool view bc we saw the sun set and rise over the mountains. Staying in the Venetian is great because it's connected to the palazzo and there is so much to see unlike other casinos. Because it's so big it doesn't get overcrowded unlike bellagio. If you like the best food, stay here because chef Daniel boulud has a spot here as well as Mario Batali and Wolfgang puck etc...The pool area-wow! Also amazing and the pools were huge-tao beach was also fun, We will be returning for sure!
We stayed one night for our anniversary. Fantastic hotel. Staff made us feel at home and the service was excellent. The room was awesome, great views of the strip. Check in and check out was done within minutes. No waiting in long queues. We chose this over the Bellagio and we were right to do so. Not having a Casino is what makes this hotel stand out from the rest. Highly recommended to couples. My only gripe is spa treatments are over priced and there is no coffee available 24/7. Other than that i have nothing bad to say about this hotel.
Ahad from United Kingdom
Opening 4th December 2009-Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is located on the Strip adjacent to Aria at CityCenter and Bellagio …More
Pricing, hotel accommodations, everything was nice with the exception of one thing and I will keep the hostess at Fleur (Sat 4/18 @ 9pm) out of this as she was very rude but hell, can't let one bad apple spoil it for the other hundreds of hotel employees who were excellent.
Glittering, larger-than-life gambling palaces dominate Las Vegas Boulevard South, better known as The Strip. Here, hotels are destinations unto themselves. Within a three-mile stretch, visitors can see the New York City skyline, the Eiffel Tower, an Egyptian pyramid, imperial Rome, a dancing fountain, and an exploding volcano. A monorail links several hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center.