World Tourism Day
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On September 27, the United Nations will celebrate World Tourism Day, a global observance that fosters the importance of international tourism. Located in the heart of an internationally popular city, ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas goes to incredible lengths to customize each experience for travelers from all ends of the earth, including global newspaper service, butlers extensively trained in cultural preferences and more.
Let’s work together on a World Tourism Day story that highlights amenities designed to accommodate international travelers at ARIA.
Here are a few examples:
- Culturally Trained Butlers: All of the butlers within ARIA’s exclusive Sky Villas have received extensive hands-on how-tos from the only certified butler training program in North America. Did you know tea service differs greatly depending on nationality or the proper way to serve a meal to an Asian guest is different from that of a European? ARIA’s butlers understand every nuance and it makes all the difference for the resort’s VIP guests.
- Global Newspapers: 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.
- Jet Lag Massages: Because many international travelers struggle with jet lag after countless hours of flying to visit the U.S., ARIA’s neighboring spa, ESPA at Vdara, offers a Jet Lag Reviver Aromatherapy Massage. This unique treatment uses a specific oil blend and firm pressure to revitalize the circulatory system and increase immunity.
- International Gamers: 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.
- Flexible Menus at Renowned Restaurants: Different cultures encompass different cuisine. 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
- Customized High-End Shopping: International travelers are the largest customer demographic at the all-luxury shopping mecca, The Shops at Crystals at ARIA. All of its stores employ sales representatives who speak a wide variety of languages. For Chinese visitors, all of Crystals’ retailers accepts China Union Pay credit cards.
If you’re interested in learning more, I would be happy to arrange an interview with an executive at ARIA instrumental in developing these programs to ensure that international travelers enjoy a personalized experience at the resort. Please let me know if you have any questions.