Aria Pool Review & Information
Number Of Pools: Three, including an adults-only pool area.
Jacuzzi: Yes, three.
Indoors/Outdoors: Outdoors.
Size of Pool Area: 215,000 square feet.
Heated: Yes.
Towel Service: Yes.
Poolside WiFi: Yes.
Entry Rules: The Pools at Aria is for hotel guests only; Liquid Pool Lounge is open to the pubic.
Pool Landscape: Lush scenery with tropical palms.
Vibe, Energy, Crowd: Elite, spacious and relaxed.
Water Features: Zero-depth entry, fountains.
Topless Sunbathing Area: No.
Adult Only 21+ Area: Yes.
Chairs & Chaises: Yes.
Family Friendly: No.
Food & Drink Service: Yes, a poolside restaurant, plus a walk-up and snack bar.
Amenities: Poolside shop, DJs, spa services.
Toy Rental: Yes, raft rentals are available for $15.
Pool Club: Liquid Pool Lounge.
Pool Club Admission:
Women: $10 Sunday - Friday, $20 Saturday.
Men: $20 Sunday - Friday, $40 Saturday.
Handicap Accessible: Yes.
Pool Hours: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Phone: 877.347.2742
Cabanas: Yes.
Aria Pool Review: Aria extends its sophisticated and handsome interior designs to the outdoor pool area for a decidedly adult atmosphere. With palms everywhere and well-groomed strolling paths, there’s enough surrounding greenery to invite an entire afternoon of lounging.

The relaxed scene at Aria’s three pools offers plenty of beautiful space to sun. You may choose to frolic in the fountains, soak in one of three hot tubs, or sip a refreshing cocktail beneath the shade of a giant white umbrella. There are cabanas and daybeds to rent if you truly want a day of escape.

In the late afternoon, the sun reflects off the surrounding glass towers, but there are many umbrellas on the pool deck offering a reprieve from the intensified Vegas heat. Guests can take a raft into one of the ellipse-shaped pools and float while getting a deep desert tan.

Servers bring refreshments poolside for lounging guests, but food and drinks must remain on the deck. There’s also an enticing poolside retreat, Breeze cafe, available for a light lunch. Service is usually friendly and prompt, but save expectations for a great meal until you’re eating at one of Aria’s other restaurants.

The pool is not open to the public and has a relatively strict policy regarding children (kids under 14 years must be accompanied by an 18+ adult). The overall atmosphere is sophisticated and mellow. And, even the daytime club does not dramatically transform the general vibe. Aria refers to its Liquid Pool Lounge as a secluded, seductive and sizzling adults-only outdoor playground. And while you can expect a younger, overflowing crowd at Liquid, there’s no unbelievable debauchery at this party.