ARIA Las Vegas named as prime resort destination in dating campaign

October 26, 2022
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Celebrity couple Nick and Vanessa Lachey have partnered with the hotel's online campaign.

ARIA Resort Las Vegas has been named as one of five resort destinations in a new campaign, 'Cuffing Seasons Stays'. The hotel site has partnered with celebrity couple Nick and Vanessa Lachey to “help daters find their perfect partner before the first snowfall.”

ARIA is listed on the site as a destination for “partygoers” because of its location on the Vegas Strip, as well as for its casino and nightclub scene.

Vanessa Lachey discussed the importance of like-minded travel preferences and compatibility between potential couples.

She said: “Traveling together is one of the quickest ways to tell whether you're compatible Vanessa Lachey with someone.

"You learn more about your partner's interests and routines during a weekend away than any dating profile could ever tell you. You also learn a lot about yourself and your wants and needs. It's the ultimate chemistry test."

Melanie Fish, Spokesperson for, said the company hopes the ongoing partnership will aid travelers in finding the perfect place to stay.   

She commented: "We worked with Nick and Vanessa to handpick hotels that match the characteristics of couples they've encountered as hosts of two hit dating shows.

"We're connecting couples to their perfect somewhere and by the end of the trip, we're hoping they'll also commit to their perfect someone."

ARIA Resorts Las Vegas recently hosted the BetMGM Poker Championship, which coincided with the 2022 Aria Poker Classic and is running against Caesars' World Series of Poker. More than 300 poker players competed in the no limit hold ‘em live tournament.

The event had a $3,500 buy-in and a guaranteed prize pool of $1m.


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