If you ever travel to Las Vegas, there are plenty of hotel choices and I’m very glad I chose Aria Hotel. I got a great deal on one night from hotels.com so I used my lovely flight benefits and flew out to Las Vegas to check out the hotel (I paid for my own room, I was not compensated for this review).
All the lights and electronics in the room are controlled by this nifty remote control which took me a little bit to get accustomed to but after I figured it out I LOVED it.
As someone who is constantly looking at flights, having this in my hotel room was perfect for me.
The minibar is completely stocked but it is really expensive so needless to day, I didn’t partake of anything. I was actually afraid of touching anything because it is electronically monitored and I just knew I would knock something over and be charged.
This was the view from my window, isn’t Las Vegas flat?
I have a thing for bathrooms. I don’t know why but I really dig it when a bathroom is well equipped and pretty.
Those are robes, so soft and comfy! And you won’t believe what I did with the slippers…I took them home and wore them for several days! They were still good when I checked out and were very comfortable so I didn’t see any reason to leave them at the hotel when I left.
A little relaxing and enjoying the view. Like my polish? I like having my toes different colors. I used rise and shine and into the blue.
I was impressed with the details in this hotel. The carpet, the beautiful wallpaper, and the light fixtures were all lovely.
There is so much to this hotel, so many things you can see and do without ever leaving the property including several dining options for various budgets. And what about if you want to catch a show? Yep, you can do that as well. I love Cirque de Soleil and their production of Zurkana is a permanent fixture at the hotel.
Here are a few shots of the pool area. I didn’t go swimming and right now I can’t remember why I didn’t because I love the water.