This is the first in a series that will highlight some of the most luxurious accommodations in Las Vegas. We'll also be featuring The Mirage, Caesars Palace, The Palms, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and more.
Las Vegas is known for many things.
Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion and Garth Brooks are regular performers on the Las Vegas Strip.
Celebrity chefs such as Robert Irvine, Emeril Lagasse and Guy Fieri have restaurants in Las Vegas.
Tourists flock to the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and The Shops at Crystals to shop at high-end stores like Berlutti Paris, Cartier, Chanel, Christian Louboutin, Fendi, Jimmy Choo and Lanvin.
And while most people who visit Las Vegas each year -- more than 44 million in 2016 -- may splurge on a ticket to see a Cirque du Soleil production or eat in a fancy restaurant or even shop in a store they normally would not visit, the vast majority of tourists have no choice but to find the most inexpensive accommodations possible and just hope that they are clean.
However, it is a common fantasy to "live" like the rich and famous and many people are curious to see where celebrities like Beyonce, any of the Kardashians, or professional sports stars stay when they visit Las Vegas for fun or business.
ARIA RESORT AND CASINO
One of the many hotel-casinos on the famed Las Vegas Strip that offers a variety of suites is the Aria, which is part of the CityCenter complex.
The Sky Suites, which has been designated as a AAA Five Diamond retreat, at the Aria range in size from 1,050 square feet to 7,000 square feet.
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Every suite at the Aria boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that offer incredible views of the Las Vegas Strip and a swimming pool that is only accessible by guests staying in the suites. Also, the suites at Aria are some of the most technologically advanced guest rooms in the country. Every guest room features a level of personalized automation currently only found in high-end custom homes.
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The suites recognize a guests' first time in the space and "greets" them as they enter: light fills the room, the curtains part to reveal the view, and the television turns on to display a list of automated controls for personalization.
The Aria is the largest hotel in the world to have earned LEED Gold certification.
Another unique feature in the Aria's suites is the popular washlet, which is an upscale toilet with a temperature-controlled heated seat, gentle aerated warm water, a warm air dryer, automatic air deodorizer, self-cleansing dual-action spray and soft close seat.
Luxury transportation to and from McCarran International Airport and a personal concierge is also made available to every guest who stays in Sky Suites.
The suites at the Aria range in price from $475 a night to $7,500 per night. The resort also has 16 restaurants, 10 bars and nightclubs and a 150,000-square-foot casino. Click here for more information.