Did you know that every room in the Wynn and Aria now comes with a butler? Well, not quite a butler, but one of the most powerful electronic concierges around. Now you can do almost anything with your voice. When you open the door to your room, you also open the door to a world controlled by your voice. Booking at the Aria or Wynn gives you a room on the cutting edge of technology and hospitality. It’s a lot to take in, and you’ll want to get the most out of it, so we created a list of commands and questions to try, to get you started.

 

I’ve never felt so free before. Is this normal?
Las Vegas is a city built on big ideas. One of those ideas is that people should have a place to go where they can experience complete freedom. It’s normal to feel that way here. Especially with so many world-class experiences and options for entertainment.

Will my friends judge me for letting my freak flag fly?
The entire city of Las Vegas is actually a no judgement zone, so the answer is no, it’s scientifically impossible for your friends to judge you for letting your freak flag fly.

 

Is it ok to lounge by the pool all day drinking cocktails?
Umm. 100%. Especially on a perfectly sunny Las Vegas day. And if you’re up for it, you can find a lot more to do at the pool. DJs, dancing, food. Whatever you’re in the mood for.

How does a mother of 5 cut loose in Vegas?
Where do we start? Indulgent day spas, 5-star dinners, luxurious shopping sprees. And that’s not even getting into the world-class entertainment and vibrant cocktail culture here.

 

Should I wear my crushed velvet pants to the club?
Is this even a question?

What are ganbanyoku beds?

You’ll probably want to know a little bit more about these Japanese stone beds before your day at the ARIA Spa. How do they help eliminate toxins from your body, melt tensions away and soothe muscles? These mineral slab beds emit infrared healing rays into your body. They’re even more special because The Spa at ARIA was the first American spa to provide ganbanyoku beds for its guests.

 

Are the rocks really red here?
Find out with over 30 miles of hiking trails, rock climbing, horseback riding, mountain and road biking at the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area. You can work up an appetite for one of the five-star dining experiences waiting for you back on the strip.

Tell me more about The Silver River by Maya Lin.
It’s the impressive sculpture at the front desk of the ARIA. Of course, you can read more about it in this article from the Las Vegas Sun too. After some time spent in the hotel, though, you’ll probably have a few other questions about the fine art there. Now all you have to do is ask your electronic concierge. Be sure to check out Frank Stella’s Damascus Gate Variation I, Jenny Holzer’s Vegas, and Masatoshi Izumi’s Cactus Life − Living with the Earth.

 

What’s the score of the Golden Knights game?
Spoiler alert, they’re probably winning, and you should probably see them play in person. Seeing the T-Mobile Arena come alive for Las Vegas’ first pro team is something else.

That’s a good list to get you started, but we’re sure you’ll find lots more to love about your electronic concierge when you get here. Welcome to the future. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas.

 

Where can I get an amazing view of Vegas?
Wow. Now that’s a loaded question. One way to answer it is with The High Roller. It’s the World’s Tallest Observation Wheel, reaching 550 feet into the sky, and it will give you an incredible view of the strip. Another way to answer it is by finding yourself flinging 160 feet in the air at 45 miles per hour when you’re already 921 feet above the ground on the Stratosphere’s Big Shot. You’ll also find incredible views at The Eiffel Tower Experience at Paris Las Vegas, the Mandarin Bar at Mandarin Oriental and The Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

 

That’s a good list to get you started, but we’re sure you’ll find lots more to love about your electronic concierge when you get here. Welcome to the future. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas. See you soon.

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