Sky Suites at Aria

Sky Suites at Aria

While Aria’s main hotel is massive—4,572 rooms and suites—its very separate Sky Suites, with their separate indoor and outdoor entrances to the hotel and casino, are the best way to have an exclusive experience and also steps-away access to Aria’s many attractions, including restaurants like Bar Masa (and its teppan bar, Tetsu), Julian Serrano, and Jean Georges Steakhouse. Aria’s other superlatives, such as its 80,000-square-foot spa and salon, its great public art collection, and walkway access to the luxurious Shops at Crystals are as close or far away as Sky Suites guests would like them to feel. The dramatic suites themselves start at 1,000 square feet and top out at 7,000, and come with all the extras: Hermes amenities, in-suites saunas, complimentary hybrid limo service to and from the airport, and even iPads and laptops.

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