Each guestroom at ARIA includes a corner-view window.
The ledge above each guestroom and suite keeps the sun off the windows during the hottest part of the day, thereby reducing the energy needed to cool the room.
Each guestroom has a 7-inch Control 4 Touch Screen that is capable of everything from controlling the lights and curtains to requesting housekeeping service.
The ARIA Sky Suites have private entrances on the Casino and Promenade Levels that are only accessible to those staying in that tower.
The ARIA Signature Scent is so popular that it is now available for purchase as diffuser sticks at Elements and online in our ARIA at Home section.
Lumia is the only fountain in the world that is illuminated by colors brilliant enough to be seen even in the brightest of sunlight.
Wind sensors throughout the Main Valet ensure that water from Lumia is never blown into guest areas.
Lumia is meant to be a liquid representation of exploding fireworks.
Lumia is completely programmable and currently has up to 6 separate shows.
Lumia uses ultra-bright LED blocks to produce its vibrant colors.
The Focus Water Wall is completely programmable and will change from a soothing trickle to a rushing waterfall in a matter of seconds.
All of the plant life used throughout ARIA is real and living, with the exception of the Never-Ending Forest display at American Fish.
The Kirins outside of the main entrance are a matched male/female pair that are meant to bring you luck and balance your energy when you walk between them.
The ARIA Express Tram is 100% electric.
ARIA guests have access to one of the country's most exclusive golf courses, Shadow Creek.
The Never-Ending Forest behind the bar at American Fish is the only place in ARIA that uses fake vegatation as decoration.
The interior design of American Fish is meant to resemble a rustic 19th-centure lodge.
The serving ware at barMASA was designed by Chef Masa himself.
The mosaic that stretches across two sides and the ceiling of Blossom is made of hand-laid mirror tiles.
The walls of the smaller private dining rooms at Blossom are covered in 100% silk.
The glass used as dividers at ARIA Café's main entrance is specially inlaid with silk.
The white circles that decorate the outer walls of Jean Georges Steakhouse represent bone rounds.
The white acrylic "dripping" from the top of the bar at Jean Georges Steakhouse is an artistic nod to the milk of the cow.
No table cloths are used in any of ARIA's restaurants which saves water and detergent.
The chandeliers throughout Jean Georges Steakhouse are created using cutouts in the shape of cow ear tags.
The blown glass behind the seating area at Jean Philippe Patisserie represents sugar art.
The tiles for the mosaic throughout Julian Serrano were laid individually by hand.
The décor in Lemongrass is based on a Thai Silk Factory.
Actual coffee beans were placed in the acrylic used as the décor of the main counter at Roasted Bean.
The tiles on the back wall of Roasted Bean are covered with real gold leaf.
The Pools at ARIA are open and heated year-round.
The three main pools at ARIA are named after local vegetation: Palm, Yucca and Acacia.
The Pools are heated to a comfortable 82 degrees Fahrenheit all year.
The hot tubs are heated to a relaxing 101 degrees Fahrenheit year round.
During peak season, there are approximately 1,300 lounge chairs on the pool deck.
Wi-Fi is available on the pool deck.
The Spa & Salon's signature scent is different from the scent used throughout the rest of the property.
Throughout ARIA are liquid displays that use "water skins," which are shallow pools of water that seem deeper than they are.
The Ganbanyoku Heated Stone Beds in The Spa are the only ones of their kind in the United States.
The Shio Salt Room was modeled after a Norwegian salt mine that was found to have restorative effects on skin and respiration.
The co-ed outdoor therapy pool at The Spa is heated in the winter and cooled in the summer.
The Spa at ARIA has one of the largest collections of co-ed spaces on The Strip.
The Salon at ARIA includes a Barber Suite specifically for men.
The Spa Suites contain a hot tub, two massage treatment tables, salon facilities and offer full catering.
The main lighting rig above the DJ booth at Haze is programmable and moves with the music.
Glacia is a set of self-sculpting ice columns at Crystals that rise & melt each day.
The Tree House located in the center of Crystals has no external support; rather, it is completely cantilevered into the main CityCenter parking garage below.
Halo at Crystals was crafted by the same artists that created the Bellagio Fountains, WET Design.
The wood outside the Business Services Center in the Convention Center is reclaimed drift wood.
All convention and banquet server uniforms are made using recycled materials.