What Should Visitors Know About CityCenter Las Vegas?

What Should Visitors Know About CityCenter Las Vegas?

CityCenter Las Vegas is both a residential condominium complex and home to several casinos. It is located at 3780 Las Vegas Boulevard, on what is colloquially known as The Strip.

CityCenter is jointly owned by MGM Resorts International and Dubai World. MGM owns a number of casinos on The Strip, including the adjacent Monte Carlo and Bellagio. A people mover is available that runs between these locations and Aria, one of the casinos of CityCenter.

CityCenter consists of seven separate buildings, only some of which are open to the public. The Aria Resort & Casino and Mandarin Oriental have hotel rooms open to visitors. The Crystals is a retail and entertainment area that is also open to the public. Vdara is a combination of condominiums and hotel rooms that also has a spa and restaurants on site.

The Veer Towers consist entirely of condominiums and are not open to non-residents. The Harmon Hotel was formerly open to the public, but serious construction defects were discovered, and the hotel is in process of being demolished as of 2015.

The hotels at CityCenter are considered high-end luxury properties. Aria is home to Cirque du Soleil's "Zarkana" show and the Gold Lounge. The Crystals contains luxury retail stores and a mix of casual and fine dining.