ARIA Resort & Casino
3730 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89158
What airlines fly into Las Vegas?
All major airlines service Las Vegas.
How do I get from the airport to ARIA if I rent a car?
- If you are driving from McCarran Airport: head north on Paradise Rd.; continue on Swenson St.; turn left at E. Harmon, continue west and then turn left onto Las Vegas Blvd South, turn right onto CityCenter Place. The hotel is between 2-3 miles from the airport depending on the route.
- If you are driving into Las Vegas, from Interstate 15: Exit 1-15 and head east onto W. Flamingo, Right at Las Vegas Blvd.
Does ARIA offer free parking for hotel guests?
Yes. There is a complimentary parking garage accessed by turning onto CityCenter place from Las Vegas Blvd. In addition, complimentary valet service is available at both the Main Valet, off of Las Vegas Blvd., as well as North Valet, off of Harmon Ave.
Does ARIA have a shuttle or transportation services?
The concierge at ARIA can arrange sedan and limousine services from the airport. A town car holding up to 3 people is about $77. A stretch limo holding up to 6 people is $87. This does not include the tip. The hotel is between 2-3 miles from the airport depending on the route. You can reach the concierge at ARIA at (877) 347-2742 or (702) 590-9520 or fill out the online request form on their concierge section of the ARIA website or email the concierge for more details.
Are there shuttles or taxis that run from the airport to the hotels?
- Shuttles are $7 per person and can take 30-40 minutes depending on the number of stops, but it can be a great way to see Las Vegas and get your bearings!
- Taxis are the most direct way, but the taxi line can be long depending on the time of day. A taxi will cost between $15-20 depending on traffic.
- Budget has offered NASFAA conference members special rates on car rentals during the conference. Get more info.
Can I use public transportation to see the sights?
Unfortunately, Las Vegas does not have an extensive subway system like other major cities. The Las Vegas Monorail does not extend into downtown Las Vegas. If you just want to see “the Strip,” a good option is to catch The Deuce bus system, which stops on Fremont Street and near several of the downtown hotels. It runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A one-way fare is $3. The Deuce stops at the Stratosphere and most of the major resorts along the Strip. The ride takes about 20 to 45 minutes, depending on traffic and your destination. The Strip is only 2.5 miles long.