Not everyone’s a high roller, but you can always dream about ballin’ out in some of the most high-end suites Las Vegas has to offer. Yahoo’s Traveler blog recently posted a list of some of the most expensive suites in Sin City. We thought we’d share them.
Aria – Aria Sky Villas ($3,500—$7,500 per night)
The two- and three-bedroom villas at Aria feature panoramic windows with unreal views of Las Vegas, which you can take in as you slowly descend the massive staircase. Guests also get their own private entrance, a personal concierge, and complimentary transportation to and from the airport.
The Venetian – Chairman’s Suite ($25,000 per night)
The Venetian’s three and four-bedroom Chairman’s Suites feature 10,000 square feet of space, a private salon, a private massage room, side-by-side wet and dry saunas, a private karaoke room, and the use of personal butler.
The Palms Casino Resort – The Hardwood Suite ($25,000 a night)
The 10,000-square-foot, two-story suite in the Palms’ Fantasy Tower contains a half-court basketball court.
Other perks include three regular bathrooms, one team shower with three stalls, a pool table, plenty of video games, and the ability to cram in 349 of your closest friends.
Hotel32 at Monte Carlo – Penthouse Suites ($600–$1,200 per night)
The one- and two-bedroom Penthouse Suites at Hotel32 sit atop the Monte Carlo.
The Penthouse Suites feature some of the prettiest hotel bathrooms, including a deep-soaking hydrotherapy tub that overlooks the mountains or the Strip.
Hard Rock Hotel – The Provocateur Penthouse Suite (Weeknights $3,500, weekend nights $7,500)
The 2,184-square-foot penthouse suite features two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and the silhouettes of naked women in the shower.
You’ll find Dominatrix accessories and costumes throughout the suite, plus the bedroom boasts a film projector. There’s even a private balcony with a plunge pool.
Casesars Palace – Caesars Spa Suites ($2,000 a night)
There are just six of these exclusive Spa Suites available at Caesars and they are typically reserved for casino guests (i.e. high rollers.) However, if you ask nicely and pay around $2,000 a night, you could be relaxing in a private cedar sauna followed by a dip in an infinity bath with views overlooking the Strip.