ARIA Resort & Casino

3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South | Las Vegas, NV 89158  [SEE MAP]Las Vegas, NV  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 2


Aug 11th, 2020

At the pool, if you are drinking or eating, you can have your mask off. Interesting way to get people to drink. If you can have a drink in your hand all day and not have to wear your mask, why enforce it at all? If you are gambling, no one can stand behind you. Even if you are waiting for a seat at a table. My advice would be to stay home until this clears. Nothing is open and too many rules. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 2

Las Vegas Covid

Aug 10th, 2020

If your thinking about going to Vegas, wait. Went for a weekend and all bars and dance clubs are closed. No shows. No spa. I had a massage but had to wear a mask. Limited restaurant hours and choices. Mask enforcement is in full effect from all hotel and casino staff. Saturday was about 60% full on the floor at Aria. Mask mandate at pool too. Unless In the water. They are not wiping down machines. But your rooms have sanitizer and logo masks. They do provide a nifty button pusher though. Gambling was okay that’s all there really is to do. Won first night but we were cold next 2. Still a bit of entertainment during these covid times. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

First Timer at the Aria

Aug 9th, 2020

My family and I were moved from the Mirage to the Aria and we were not disappointed. From check in to check out the staff was great. Room- bed was very comfortable. Loved the automated curtains and lights. Bathroom was large and clean. Casino- played some slots and poker. The poker room is well run. Pool- one of my favorites in Las Vegas now. Chairs were comfortable and pool was just the right temperature for beating the Vegas heat. Security- I liked that they had people at the elevators 24 hours a day. Covid-19 precautions- lets just say that the rest of the US needs to take a lesson from the Casinos in Las Vegas. Mask were required on property- no exceptions. They had hand sanitizer everywhere. They even had hand washing stations on the floor of the casino. Even at the pool they required mask unless you were in the water. The employees were always cleaning doors, machines, tables, and anything else u might touch. Miscellaneous- I do think that Las Vegas(not just Aria) needs to get 2 things under control. 1. Marijuana use in public spaces in doors. And 2. The scooters that people used to use for handicap reasons. Young healthy people were using these like they were motorcycles. The strip wasn’t busy but if it were, the problem would Have been worse. Overall I would and plan to stay here again on coming trips. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Accused me of stealing

Aug 4th, 2020

I stood at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas The weekend of July 23 2020. They said the tablet was missing that I had no use for. t was to control the lights the window curtains and room service and they charged my card for $500 without notifying me and said I took their tablet they did no investigation and they did not refund me my money. I will make sure they don’t get away with it TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Charged Resort Fee For A Free Night

Aug 3rd, 2020

I used a comp night at the Aria, yet was charged over $52 for a resort fee. While the room was nice, I was annoyed that I used a free night, yet was charged for this fee. Furthermore, I could not use the minifridge in the room because it was filled with an expensive minibar. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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