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CityCenter: The Definition of Mega-Resort

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CityCenter is the mega-resort that redefined all Las Vegas hotels. CityCenter is situated on Las Vegas Boulevard between Monte Carlo and Bellagio.
It's no exaggeration that it is truly a "city within a city". Aria is a hotel and casino with a very modern d├ęcor with over 4000 rooms, 16 restaurants and 10 bars. Aria features a spa, 3 swimming pools with 50 poolside cabanas. Las Vegas Shows are always a huge attraction and the Aria has gone all out. Cirque du Soleli provides entertainment for Aria with the production show "Viva Elvis", a tribute to Elvis Presley.

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is a non-gaming hotel. The tower stands 47 stories and has a sleek, contemporary design with subtle oriental touches. Mandarin Oriental has nearly 400 guestrooms and 227 exclusive residences. It also features 6 restaurants and bars including, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire. The main lobby – also known as the Sky Lobby – has some great views as it is housed on the 23rd floor.

Vdara is a non-gaming, smoke-free, all suite hotel. Vdara has nearly 1500 suites, a full-service wellness spa, salon, and fitness center. It has also been certified as a Gold Certified Green Building.

The architecture of CityCenter is not to be missed. The extreme design created a whopping $9 billion dollar price tag, with $40 Million going to the public Fine Art Collection that will feature works by Jenny Holzer and Henry Moore. Regardless of the price tag, the City of Las Vegas is truly the biggest winner, CityCenter now employs just over 12,000 staff. Don't miss CityCenter on your next trip to Las Vegas.

1 comments:

Anonymous,  March 31, 2011 at 6:33 AM  

This place is incredible. It's a must see, especially if you're staying at the south end of the strip – MGM, Mandalay Bay, Monte Carlo, Luxor, etc.

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