7 Signs Las Vegas Is Catering To The Introverted Traveler

7 Signs Las Vegas Is Catering To The Introverted Traveler haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: ARIA Resort & Casino Experiences for the introverted traveler have been rolling out in Las Vegas and no one has noticed—until now.

“Studies show that introverts are one-third to half of the U.S. population,” according to Forbes. As the number one hospitality city in the world, Las Vegas has always been at the forefront of meeting their guests’ needs. They have understood and subtly implemented the growing demand for personalized luxury and travel technology for the introverted traveler. Here are the seven signs Las Vegas is catering to the introverted guest.


All of ARIA’s guest can order food from the in-room “Crave” tablet. They can even schedule restaurant reservations or order an in-room hair blowout if making your way to the spa feels like doing too much. Keeping the need for interactions to an all time low.


When the high-energy of the Las Vegas Strip begins to be too much, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is one of the best places in town to center oneself. The peaceful art gallery features premier exhibitions like “Picasso: Creatures and Creativity” and “Warhol Out West.”


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It seems counterintuitive to play casino games from the MGM Resorts playMGM and easyPLAY apps, but not unless you’ve been gambling all day and are ready to head back to your hotel room. You can even join slot tournaments on playMGM.


ARIA has $40 million worth of art laid out publicly throughout the resort. If you ask concierge or simply download the app, you’ll receive a map in either case to observe the art and gather information about the artist and their work.


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Churros from Libertine at Mandalay Bay.

The introverted can enjoy upscale dining without leaving their room. World class restaurants like Lemongrass inside ARIA and Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay feature a to-go counter.


The luxurious Sky Pool is solely for guest staying at ARIA’s Sky Suites and Sky Villas. The private entrance and refreshing treats served every 90 minutes are the secluded details introverted guest would truly appreciate. There’s enough people in the pool as it is, am I right?

7. MOBILE CHECK-IN7 Signs Las Vegas Is Catering To The Lavish Introvert aria resort and casino haute living tita carraThere’s no better feeling than avoiding lines. Trust me, I should know—utterly hate them. But Bellagio, ARIA, MGM Grand and the rest of the 12 MGM Resorts offer check-in through your cell-phone. All you have to do is check-in 24 hours prior to arrival. Room keys can be picked up at the Mobile Check-In area in the lobby.