The original Ponte Vedra Inn & Club opened in 1928. In 1997, it joined forces with the Ponte Vedra Lodge & Club to form the Ponte Vedra Beach Resort. Located on Ponte Vedra Beach...
ARIA Hotel in Las Vegas – Dining & Nightlife
We just spent a few days in Las Vegas, Nevada. Were back this time to share more of our ARIA dining experience complete with pictures. We had some absolutely delicious food and some amazing cocktails!
When staying at the ARIA Hotel in Las Vegas, there are a variety of different dining options to choose from, 16 to be exact. These restaurants include a number of cuisines and are open at different times during the day. For instance, Blossom, Lemongrass and Bar Masa provide menus are focused around Asian cuisines. Blossom specializes in Chinese chicken, beef, noodles and soup, while Lemongrass is geared more towards Thai dishes, such as curry and tapay.
If you're searching for a restaurant with a European cuisine, the Julian Serrano and Strio restaurants are the two available options. The Julian Serrano restaurant consists of a Spanish cuisine that includes beef, tapas and paella, while Strio is strictly an Italian restaurant with seafood, meat and pasta dishes on their menu. Jean Georges Steakhouse, The Buffet and The Sage restaurant are the three American ones, each of which includes American seafood and beef dishes as their main entrees. If you're looking to dine on Mexican food, Javier's includes many different steak, chicken and seafood dishes on their menu, all with a Mexican flair and taste.
There are also a few cafes that visitors will find when visiting the ARIA Hotel. For instance, the Ana Cafe and The Roasted Bean are two of the primary cafes in the area, while the standard Starbucks can also be found in the hotel. In-Room Dining and Tetsu focus mainly on offering seafood dishes to customers. For additional options, the Five 50 is simply a restaurant where visitors can go to dine on pizza, while Jean Philippe is an eatery that has a menu consisting mostly of chocolates, pastries and other desserts.
Aside from the restaurant and dining options at the ARIA hotel, a few bars and lounges can also be found at the hotel. A number of these bars and lounges are open 24 hours a day, including the High Limit Lounge, Baccarat Lounge, Sports Bar, Lift Bar and Alibi Cocktail Lounge. Each of these bars and lounges offer something different to visitors. While some include gambling as the main attraction, such as the Baccarat Lounge, others focus on sports or drinking, such as the Sports Bar and Alibi Cocktail Lounge.
A Pool Bar and Lobby Bar are also open throughout much of the day, while some of the restaurants mentioned earlier, such as Bar Masa, Javier's, Strio, Lemongrass, Sage, Julian Serrano and Jean Georges are just as much bars as they are restaurants. Outside of this, there are two specialty lounges that are available to all visitors. The Gold Lounge was created specifically by the Cirque du Soleil, while The Deuce Lounge is one that focuses on drinking and watching sports. When visiting the ARIA Hotel, guests will have the option of choosing from all of the aforementioned restaurants and nightlife options.