We recently had the opportunity to check out an Aria Hotel Tower Suite and we fell in love with the room! From the moment you check in you are surrounded by modern luxury!
Guests of the Aria Tower Suites have a separate check in area that includes snacks and bottled water. On a 100+ degree day in Las Vegas, the bottles of cold water were heavenly! The Tower Suite check in area is a quiet sanctuary tucked away near the main entrance.
Once you are checked in you can head to your tower suite and soak in the quiet luxury of the room. We enjoyed a corner Vegas strip view Tower Suite, and it was wonderful! The views are spectacular, and you may not want to leave your room.
I am going to admit that we had a ton of plans going into our trip to Vegas on what we were going to do and see……we only did a few of them. We decided to soak up time in our suite and just watch Vegas out the windows. It was so relaxing!
You just can’t go wrong soaking in a jetted bathtub looking out over the Vegas Strip. During our stay, the Olympics were on TV, so I relaxed in the tub and watched the games. It was just what I needed.
I have mentioned a few times how much we love staying at the Aria. We love their beds so much that we bought one last year. Staying at the Aria feels like we are staying in a luxurious version of our own room. It is so nice being able to curl up in the super comfy bed and just watch the world go by.
If you stay at the Aria Tower Suites I need you to push the romance button! Please!
I also need you to enjoy a delicious crepe from Jean Phillipe Patisserie! The berry crepe, the nutella crepe, savory crepe whatever makes you happy but oh my goodness please have one! Such a great way to start the day!
When you stay at the Aria, I need you to do me a favor and get an Aria Day Spa pass. This trip was the first time I have planned a day at the spa, and it certainly will not be the last time. With the Aria day spa pass you have access to the Outdoor Therapy Pool, Fitness Center, Wet Areas including multiple temperature hot tubs, Ganbanyoku Heated Stone Beds, and Shio Salt Room.
I had a hard time leaving the Aria spa! I was so relaxed and could have spent the majority of the day relaxing by the outdoor pool. The eucalyptus steam room and cedar sauna were also amazing.
When I got back in the room I found John relaxing in the bathtub watching the Olympics. It was pretty funny seeing my 6ft 4 husband totally relaxed in a tub watching TV. He said he had soaked for a while and wasn’t sure he was ready to get out quite yet.
Sadly, we had to pack up our stuff and head for the airport. We can’t wait to return to the Aria again!
Did you know that the Aria has a monorail that runs between the Bellagio-Aria-Monte Carlo? This is a great way to check out the hotels next door and save yourself a bit of walking on the Strip. Plus the monorail is air conditioned which is a huge benefit during the heat of the summer.
Keep an eye out when you visit the Aria for the amazing art installations. Everything from the floral displays in the lobby to the art spread around the property is great to not only photograph but enjoy.
The Aria has a little something for everyone! A great place to stay, amazing restaurants including Bardot Brassiere, a great spa and more!
We were hosted by the Aria during our stay. All opinions expressed are our own.