The ledge above each guestroom and suite keeps the sun off the windows during the hottest part of the day, thereby reducing the energy needed to cool the room.
All of the plant life used throughout ARIA is real and living, with the exception of the Never-Ending Forest display at American Fish.
The ARIA Express Tram is 100% electric.
The stones that decorate the tiers leading to the second floor seating area in Café Vettro are reclaimed from the implosion of the Boardwalk Hotel, which formerly stood where CityCenter is now.
Instead of flowers, each table at Jean Georges Steakhouse has hand-trimmed grass.
No table cloths are used in any of ARIA's restaurants which saves water and detergent.
The Jean Georges Steakhouse grill uses sustainable apricot wood.
Throughout ARIA are liquid displays that use "water skins," which are shallow pools of water that seem deeper than they are.
The wood outside the Business Services Center in the Convention Center is reclaimed drift wood.
All convention and banquet server uniforms are made using recycled materials.
Silver River by Maya Lin hangs over the Main Check-In Desk and is made of 100% reclaimed silver.
Big Edge is made of recycled and reused aluminum boats and canoes.