Featuring four floors, each dedicated to a major genre of music, The Aria’s accommodations pay homage to the greatest music and musicians of all time. Guest rooms on the Contemporary, Classical, Opera and Jazz floors honor each genre’s greatest artists and composers with CD’s, art and books. Featured artists include Brahms, Bernstein for Classical; Elvis and Sinatra for Contemporary; Maria Callas and Mozart for Opera and Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong for Jazz. All guest rooms and suites include complimentary Internet access, DVD/CD players and iPods with a wide range of music. A computerized music bank designed especially for the Aria hotel allows guests to access a brief biography as well as a selection of music of the featured artist.
The enjoyment and celebration of music are amplified elsewhere at the Aria hotel as well. Guests can read books on music and select pieces to listen to in the Music Library. The Music Box provides an intimate entertainment chamber with high definition plasma screen for up to seven. The cozy Music Salon features a striking wood-burning fireplace and rich distressed leather seating where guests may enjoy after dinner drinks by the fire. In addition, a private screening room featuring state-of-the-art technology including Wilson’s speakers accommodates up to 30 and show screenings of music performances from the Aria’s archives. The screening room, the Music Box and the executive conference room are available for private parties and offer business capabilities including videoconferencing, ideal for filmmakers and other business people. An added bonus, Prague-born Dr. Ivana Stehlíková, the hotel’s musical director boasting a PhD in musicology, serves as the guests
Ambassador of Music, assisting guests with recommendations on the city’s cultural events and suggesting music from her library for guests to enjoy in their room or elsewhere in the hotel. In the center of the hotel atrium there is the pride of Czech craftsmanship, a concert quality Petrof Grand Piano.