Carta Privada is a casino within a casino, sort of like City Center is a city within a city. Privada is a special high-end gaming room that provides Baccarrat and Mini-Baccarrat, and certain other card games.
I'm not a gambler and am not a very high-end person (wallet-wise) so I don't really know what this room is all about. But it's open to everyone and has a great looking bar and lots of lounge seats. If I had a girlfriend and some cash I think I'd take her there for a drink.
Carta Privada is located to the left of Aria's Cashier's Cage, by the south escalators and is just across from the Spin High Limit Slot Lounge.
Carta Privada was designed by a man named Peter Marino. He got his start back in 1975 when he redesigned Andy Warhol's apartment and 'Factory' art studio. Since then he's become known as a high-society architect-interior designer, designing such famous things as Christian Dior shops in Paris, Chanel boutiques in Tokyo and Beverly Hills, Louis Vuitton stores in New York and a Fendi shop in Rome as well as New York's Four Seasons' Hotel's Presidential Suites.
The creators of Aria chose Peter Marino to design Aria's Sky Villas , the Spin High Limit Lounge, the Radience store and Aria's Salon Prive. I'm not quite sure what Salon Prive is, but I suppose it's a gaming room that is even higher-end than Carta Privada. That's no problem though. In Vegas if you got the cash you're welcome anywhere, whether you're using old-money or new-money, you can expect royal treatment in the city where cash makes you a king.
Looking at the dealer thru the transluscent glass of Carta Privada. The designer of Carta Privada says "I want [people] to feel a sense of drama, excitement and high-octane energy".
The bar is really nice looking.
They probably have whatever type high-end bottle brand you need.
The other Carta Privada bar is near the seating lounge area.
Carta Privada. Private high-end gaming for whoever needs it.