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Two Hotels in Las Vegas join WORLDHOTELS

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Two of the most spectacular new hotels in Las Vegas' groundbreaking CityCenter project have joined WORLDHOTELS.

The All-suite hotel Aria Resort & Casino and the Vdara Hotel & Spa are part of the newly-built US$8.5 billion and 1.67 million square metre CityCenter, one of the largest privately-funded construction projects in the history of the United States, on the gaming capitals famous Strip.

The larger hotel, the Aria Resort & Casino, boasts 4,004 guestrooms, including 568 suites, combining lavish accommodation with contemporary design by the world-renowned Pelli Clarke Architects.

Facilities include a casino floor; 300,000 square feet meeting and convention facilities; three pools; and an 80,000-square-foot, two-level spa with 62 individual spa treatment rooms, eucalyptus steam rooms and red wood saunas, and full-service salon including barbershop, deluxe fitness room, group exercise studio, meditation and relaxation rooms.

Among 16 restaurants and ten bars and lounges and the Haze nightclub are some of the world's most critically acclaimed restaurateurs, with enticing new concepts from such chefs as Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Michael Mina, Sirio Maccioni, Julian Serrano and Masayoshi Takayama.

The neighbouring Vdara Hotel & Spa, is an Internationally inspired all-suite hotel and spa for those who love the excitement of Las Vegas but prefer to enjoy it in an exclusive, non-gaming, smoke-free environment.

With 1,495 suites, it features contemporary interior spaces with modern amenities and services, a rooftop pool and lounge, wellness spa and the vibrant destination restaurant Silk Road, created by award-winning, rising-star chef Martin Heierling.

Specialising in upscale executive meetings, corporate and social functions for up to 400 guests, Vdara features over 10,000 square feet of conference space with built-in audiovisual systems with high-definition video projectors. The rooftop pool and lounge provide a distinctive outdoor group venue.

The partnership strengthens our competitive ability in gambling and entertainment hotels, with these premier venues in Las Vegas complementing our growing portfolio of casino hotels in Australia and Macau, said Roland Jegge, Vice President of WORLDHOTELS Asia Pacific. This niche is an exciting attraction for both our leisure travel and MICE market.

Aria Resort & Casino is offering an introductory offer for an upgrade to a CityView room and a US$75 resort credit, with rates from US$149 a night.

 Introductory rates from US$129 a night are available at Vdara Hotel & Spa, with upgrade to a Premium View room and a US$50 resort credit.

Both offers are valid for a minimum stay of 2 nights until 8 September 2010.

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