Las Vegas Amenities for the International Traveler

One out of five visitors who come to Las Vegas is from outside the United States. Resorts have responded by creating unique amenities to make sure that those international guests feel pampered and at home. If you are going to take that long flight so you can enjoy all that Las Vegas has to offer, you will want to make sure you know some of the best places to visit while in Las Vegas for the international traveler.

If you have just made the long journey to Las Vegas, the first thing that might get your visit off to the right start would be a welcoming face that provides a sense of familiarity and that is what you will get with the culturally trained butlers at the ARIA Resort & Casino exclusive Sky Villas. The Sky Villas provides butlers that have received extensive hands-on extensive training from the only certified butler training program in North America. The small nuances that arise from guests from Europe as opposed to Asia can make a big difference to the guest and ARIA’s butlers pay attention to every detail and it makes all the difference for the resort’s VIP guests.

Sky Villa at ARIA (Photo courtesy MGM)

For guests who want to enjoy their vacation but also want to keep up on the latest local news, all guests at ARIA’s Sky Suites have access to Press Reader, an elite electronic newspaper service that provides access to 2,700 publications from around the world in hundreds of languages. International travelers can read their local newspaper from a mobile device at ARIA, even if their home is on the other side of the globe.

If you are coming from overseas you know that long flight to Las Vegas will surely leave you with a case of jet lag. ARIA’s neighboring spa, ESPA at Vdara, has the solution to this dilemma with their Jet Lag Reviver Aromatherapy Massage. This unique treatment uses a specific oil blend and firm pressure to revitalize the circulatory system and increase immunity.

ESPA at Vdara (Photo courtesy MGM)

If you are making Las Vegas your vacation destination, odds are that you enjoy gaming. ARIA reserves a secluded section of its casino floor for table games preferred by international guests. Salon Privé is a magnificent gaming area featuring baccarat, Pai Gow with dominos and other casino games.

There really is no better place than Las Vegas when it comes to the assortment and flexibility of menus. Whether a guest follows a kosher diet or adopts a vegan lifestyle, ARIA’s widely acclaimed restaurants – like Blossom, Sage and Julian Serrano – are designed to accommodate all types of culinary preferences.

Finally there is the shopping in Las Vegas. Las Vegas is home to a wide range of customized high-end shopping experiences that will entice you to fill up your suitcases with gifts for your friends and yourself. International travelers are the largest customer demographic at the all-luxury shopping mecca and The Shops at Crystals at ARIA make sure that they are treated as loyal customers when they walk through their doors. All of its stores employ sales representatives who speak a wide variety of languages. For Chinese visitors, all of Crystals’ retailers accept China Union Pay credit cards.

If you are making the trek to Las Vegas from International borders you are likely to be overwhelmed by all of the choices that present themselves. To make your stay a little more comfortable these are a few great places to begin your journey, just ask and Las Vegas will provide you with an amazing vacation!

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