LAS VEGAS, November 6, 2015 ¬ Sin City will shine a little brighter with the opening of Jewel at the Aria Resort & Casino. The Hakkasan Group’s luxury nightclub will comprise of more than 24,000 square feet and the ability to host nearly 2,000 patrons.
Opening is scheduled for late spring 2016.
The club promises all the glitter and glam of the Vegas Strip with an interior that mimics the deep red and natural tones and undulating landscapes of the natural richness of the surrounding Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce National Parks.
The multi-level venture is being designed to allows guests on the upper tiers to look down on the mezzanine level activity, and despite its size, provide an intimate environment for its patrons. The Hakkasan Group’s boldly designed club will be beautifully showcased within the ARIA Resort & Casino, a AAA-Five Diamond resort destination on the Las Vegas Strip.
Aria property releases boasts upgraded amenities and services for their guests as well as premium meeting and convention space.
Reviewing the resorts website, the property claims innovative rooms that are uniquely spacious and that feature the groups Control 4 One-Touch technology that allows guests to customize their rooms as far as window coverings for those that want to keep the early morning sun out, or let it shine in for an early morning meeting wakeup, to lighting and temperature preferences.
Rooms also feature triple sheeted custom made Sealy beds and the one touch Good Night button that allows you to program television or music into sleep modes, gently dimming lights and volumes as you drift off into sleep.
Jewel will be adding to the many entertainment options the property offers and that includes multiple dining venues, three pools, including the luxury forward Sky Pool that includes a menu of complimentary refreshments and amenities and the Spa & Salon for relaxation, Cirque due Soleil’s Zarkana, numerous bars and casual meet and greet spaces, and a casino that is complete from slots to table games.
Aria also boasts ward-winning chefs Julian Serrano, Michael Mina’s classic French brasserie Bardot to Chef Shawn McClain’s Five/50 a casual pizza bar that features a selection of craft beers, small bites and handmade pastas.
Foodies will flock to Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten Steakhouse for a classic steakhouse flair that is often fused with Asian-inspired seasoning, house made sauces, mustards and rubs, plus their signature flavored salts.