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Place Category: Vegas Pools
The ultimate in poolside opulence, LIQUID Pool Lounge at Aria Hotel & Casino is defined by its distinctive contemporary ambiance and ultra VIP service.
Designed by Graft Lab, LIQUID Pool Lounge features high-tech amenities and 8 cabanas, offering prime seclusion within the already exclusive setting. LIQUID also features seven U-shaped banquettes on the main pool deck, 17 new elite daybeds, 27 banquettes and tables, and eight new L-shaped banquettes. Electrifying beats spun by world-class DJs sets a lively mood as guests enjoy the exclusivity and seclusion provided by towering palms. Two luxury pools create a tempting and cool oasis from the hot Vegas sun and overlook the main pool deck. Private cabanas equipped with modern technologies, comfortable furniture, and contemporary design are available. Multiple bars and a mouthwatering menu complement personalized chaise lounge and daybed services, which provide the perfect summertime refuge.
LIQUID Pool Lounge
Upscale and chic, LIQUID Pool Lounge features exclusive VIP service and refined outdoor dining. The restaurant at LIQUID Pool Lounge offers a sophisticated and light poolside menu featuring signature dishes include Mahi Mahi Tacos and Coconut Shrimp. A new specialty cocktail menu also will be available and features the refreshing Watermelon Cooler and Liquid Fusion.
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About Aria Hotel & Casino
Aria Resort and Casino is a luxury resort and casino, part of the CityCenter complex on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Aria consists of two curved glass and steel highrise towers adjoined at the center. It opened on December 16, 2009, as a joint venture between MGM Resorts International and Infinity World Development. At 4,000,000 sq ft and 600 ft in height, it is the largest and tallest structure at CityCenter.
Located at the base of the Aria Casino is the 182,985 sq ft Pool Deck containing one large pool surrounded by tropical landscaping and multiple smaller pools. The general Pool Deck has a security kiosk and retail shop at the entrance as well as the Breeze Cafe, Pool Bar, and 34 cabanas. The Pool Deck structures were designed by Graft’s Los Angeles office with structural engineering provided by Geiger Engineers, exclusive of the Liquid Pool area. The cabanas are structural steel covered with tensile fabric. The Breeze Cafe and Pool Bar are sweeping canopies created by layering stucco on top of unusually curved steel skeletons. A separate outdoor pool area called LIQUID Pool Lounge was opened in March 2010. The Breeze Café at Aria Pool Deck has since closed, but guests can order food pool-side from a limited menu via a waitress. – Wikipedia