Aria Resort & Casino

3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89158
1267 Ratings

Description
  • Best for kids because: Plenty for picky eaters, good location
  • Parent's night out options: Jewel nightclub, wine tasting, Jean Georges Steakhouse
  • Family things to do: Swimming
  • What we like: High-tech, a lot of food choices
  • What we don't like: Little on-sight entertainment for kids

ARIA is one of the Strip's newer properties, less than a decade old, and it shows! Smart technology is integrated into the rooms, allowing for a new twist on a customizable experience. Tech lovers will rejoice and everyone will enjoy the new convenience.

Location Location Location

ARIA Resort is centrally located on the Las Vegas Strip, north of Excalibur and south of Caesars Palace.

Rooms start at 520 square feet with one king bed. Check-in time is 3:00 PM, check-out time is 11:00 AM.

What's IN and NOT IN the Room

IN

  • Granite dual sink vanity
  • Shower
  • Soaking tub
  • Private water closet
  • 42" LCD TV
  • 10" tablet that controls lights, temperature, and more
  • Connectivity panel
  • Dual closets
  • Plush robes

NOT IN

  • Iron & ironing board
  • Makeup mirror
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker

Things to do at Aria

Swimming at The Pools

ARIA’s three distinctive ellipse-shaped pools are perfect for the whole family! In addition to the three pools, three hot tubs are available for soaking and relaxation. Lounge chairs are complimentary, but you can reserve one as to not lose your spot. Cabanas are available for rent.

The Pools are open daily from 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

ARIA Fine Art Collection

Take in a little bit of culture on your vacation! It’s never too soon to expose kids to the wonderful world of art, and the ARIA collection is a great introduction. This free walking tour is open seven days a week. Explore paintings, sculptures, and installations.

The ARIA Fine Art Collection is open seven days a week.

Things to do near Aria

Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena

Vegas Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena

Hockey fans, rejoice! The NHL has a great home in Las Vegas, where the city’s unique flair and history comes together for a sports experience like no other. Golden Knights games make for a great family night out; there’s plenty of dining options on the T-Mobile concourse along with shops and activities for all ages.

Home games at T-Mobile arena are held between October and April, with playoff schedules varying.

Fountains of Bellagio

Fountains of Bellagio

A must-see for Las Vegas visitors of all ages! The show is totally free and perfect for kids. Covering over 1,000 feet with water shooting as high as 460 feet in the air, over a thousand fountains are choreographed to light and music; everything from Broadway classics to today’s hottest hits. Get ready to sing, dance, and enjoy a truly iconic and uniquely Vegas experience your family can enjoy again and again.

The show is every 30 minutes from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM Monday through Friday, then every 15 minutes from 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM. The show is every 30 minutes from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM on Sunday, then every 15 minutes from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM. The show is every 30 minutes from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Saturday and special holidays, then every 15 minutes from 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM

Xavier Mortimer’s Magic Dream at Bally’s

Cirque Du Soleil alum Xavier Mortimer weaves an all-ages fantasy world of imagination, magic, and unparalleled creativity in this stunning magic show. A native of France, Mortimer is the first Cirque performer to earn their own solo headlining show on the Strip! Take a dive into the mystical with 14 acts of magic and whimsy!

Visit Bally’s website for show times.

Child-Friendly Restaurants

The Buffet at ARIA

What are you craving? It’s at the Buffet! This incredible spread features an array of fresh global cuisine to satisfy any appetite for breakfast, lunch, brunch, and dinner. Enjoy piping-hot naan bread from the authentic tandoori oven, American diner favorites like red velvet pancakes and chicken-fried steak, lighter Mediterranean fare, made-to-order Hawaiian poke bowls, and incredible desserts.

The Buffet is open daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

ARIA Café

Delicious unfussy American fare for any meal! The Aria Cafe caters to all appetites with breakfast all day and a great variety of fresh favorites. Go sweet and savory with Chicken & Donuts, dig into a summery Local Spinach salad, or grab a Breakfast Sandwich! It's up to you. Vegetarian substitutes are available.

Aria Cafe is open from 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM Monday and Thursday through Sunday. It's open from 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM Tuesday and Wednesday.

Five50 Pizza Bar

This isn’t your typical grab-and-go slice: this is craft pizza bursting with artisan flavors. The menu also includes salads, flatbreads, appetizers, pasta, and plenty of finger food to share with the family. We recommend ordering a pie (either one of the tasty Signatures or building your own) and a milkshake!

Five50 is open daily from 11:30 AM to 12:30 AM.

Childcare at Aria

ARIA does not offer on-sight childcare.

M Life Rewards

ARIA participates in MGM’s M Life Rewards program. Members earn points and perks with every dollar spent at participating properties.

Aria Resort Fee

ARIA charges a daily resort fee of $39. That covers internet access on multiple devices, unlimited local and toll-free phone calls, airline boarding pass printing, notary service, fitness center access, and daily digital newspaper.

Summing Up: Is Aria Child-Friendly?

There’s no denying ARIA is a beautiful resort. It’s hip, it’s modern, and it’s a far cry from campy glitz. ARIA’s new technology and innovative flair is reflected in the price: if having the latest and greatest in tech isn’t a priority, there are other more budget-friendly resort options on the Strip.

ARIA’s brand of luxury isn’t the most family-friendly option in town. With that in mind, parents with small children might want to look elsewhere, but those with older kids might be very well-served.

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