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Friday, October 22, 2010

Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas

Aria Resort & Casino is a Las Vegas luxury hotel, skyscraper, and central feature to the CityCenter development. Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, the 60-story two curvilinear glass towers house 4,004 rooms (including 568 suites) totaling 4,000,000 sq ft (370,000 m2).At its base is a 150,000 sq ft (14,000 m2) casino and a three-story lobby that uses natural materials including lush foliage, flowers, glass, wood, and stone.The Aria Resort and Casino was opened on December 16, 2009The resort includes lounges, bars, nightclubs and a variety of casual to upscale restaurants, including Julian Serrano's eponymous restaurant and Sirio Maccioni's Sirio.In the resort's 2,000 seat theater, Cirque du Soleil, CKX, Inc. and its subsidiary Elvis Presley Enterprises created a permanent production celebrating the music of Elvis Presley titled Viva Elvis. Previews opened On December 17, 2009. The show officially premiered on February 17, 2010.Aria also features a 80,000 sq ft (7,400 m2) spaA three-story 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2) convention center includes four ballrooms (three with fully functioning theatrical stages), 38 meeting rooms and the largest glass-curtain wall in a public building overlooking the pool. The three story tall window is 400 feet (120 m) long.
At the north valet is artist Jenny Holzer's 250 ft (76 m) LED sign welcoming visitors to the hotel.
The hotel also includes 900,000 sq ft (84,000 m2) for back-of-house areas, offices, and a subterranean parking garage.Aria's Control4 automation system monitors energy usage. The system remembers guests' preferences. When guests swipe their room card, it restores their preferences for temperature, lights, window coverings and greets the guest by name.
 











14 comments:

Sage said...

wow this resort is huge! Hope to visit it one day :D

Jackie said...

This is awesome, keep it up !

Rorschach Redemption said...

So it's energy is monitored by Skynet or something?

Touch and Feel said...

Damn, this is fancy.

razortek said...

wow man that hotel it's fuckin amazing Oo

happybuffet said...

Yeah, man I'm planning to visit this next time I head into Vegas. New casinos are always nice, but soo expensive.

tortacular said...

great things this blog will achieve

HondaX said...

o man..nice pic...how many cost a night in that beauty

YouNostalgiaYouLose said...

thanks for the post, looking forward to more from you

A Hermit said...

I want to visit this place too

iMonei said...

i want a roo,m

Carl said...

Wow I bet its totally worth the money!

Insurance Advice Guy said...

now i wanna go to vegas!

Erroneous Maximus said...

This one is super futuristic, but I like the looks of others more.

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