ARIA Resort & Casino is Redefining Luxury in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 16, 2013
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The landscape of high-end resorts has
changed in Las Vegas. If you drive down the world-famous Strip, you will still
see the neon-covered buildings, but you may also notice that one of the newest
resorts is a little different. There is no over-the-top luxury pouring out of
ARIA Resort & Casino, instead you will see a level of detail and
sophistication that is elevating the Las Vegas resort experience.
To view multimedia content, click here:
ARIA is probably exactly what you envision when you hear the words "modern
resort." As you enter your room the curtains automatically open, lights come
on and the TV greets you by name. It is called "The Welcome," a beautiful
display using just a small portion of the amazing on-property technology.
Other modern touches include one of the largest corporate collections of
publically displayed art in the country, a state-of-the-art ventilation system
to combat air pollutants and even a "liquid fireworks" show called Lumia.
What truly sets ARIA apart as one unique luxury resort on the Las Vegas Strip
is the level of detail. No matter where you look, there is something worth
seeing. Look up on the Casino Floor and notice how the beautiful leaf-like
pattern of the panels on the roof actually defuses the light. Grab a drink at
Jean Georges Steakhouse and admire the million-dollar wine wall. There are so
many details that ARIA actually created a section on their website called
"Things To See."
Here are a few favorites:
oThroughout the entire resort all of the plants and flowers used are real
except for the never-ending forest at American Fish
oThe art piece Silver River by Maya Lin is a scale replica of the Colorado
River made of 100% recycled silver
oThe restaurant Sage has one of the largest absinthe collections in North
oStones collected after the implosion of the Boardwalk Hotel & Casino were
saved and used as decoration at Cafe Vettro
oEach of the columns surrounding the ARIA Poker Room contain exactly 52
cards, a full deck
ARIA is much more then a hotel in Las Vegas. This Strip resort is helping
usher in a new era of luxury resorts in a city known for glitz, glamour and
SOURCE ARIA Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Contact: Stacy Hamilton, +1-702-891-1805, firstname.lastname@example.org
Press spacebar to pause and continue. Press esc to stop.