Las Vegas has become synonymous with excess, opulence, and high rollers. Its huge casino resorts and global reputation as the gaming and partying capital of the world attracts a large number of A-list celebrities who are resident in some of the casino resorts.
The casinos, night clubs, Michelin-starred restaurants, and other unique attractions help Las Vegas to appeal to the super-wealthy, who visit the city to have fun, spend a lot of money, and mix with other like-minded people.
But when they stay in the city, they don’t just slum it in any old hotel room. They splash out for huge hotel suites and villas that can cost more per night than an average person makes in a year. In return, they get some of the best service, stunning views, and the most luxurious facilities in the city.
Here are some of those hotels.
The Chairman’s Suite at The Bellagio
The Bellagio is one of Las Vegas’ most famous hotels. Its dancing fountains are featured in movies, TV shows, music videos and have become an icon of the Sin City. A standard room will typically set you back around $150-200 per night, but you can spend much more than that.
At $7,000 per night, The Chairman’s Suite provides lots of home comforts, including an indoor garden, a fountain, solarium, dining room with an L-shaped bar to fit eight people, and two master suites.
These master suites are furnished with king-size beds and have en-suite bathrooms that are lavishly decorated with Italian marble and have whirlpool baths to help you wind down at the end of the day.
There’s also spacious living space with views of the Las Vegas Strip and all the facilities you’ll need to work, including several phone lines, a fax machine, and space for your computer(s) and paperwork.
Downstairs, on the hotel’s massive gaming floor, you’ll find many of the most popular online casino games, including blackjack, roulette, and baccarat. If you decide to stay here, you’ll be given the VIP treatment from the moment you step into the hotel, with a private lounge for check-in, a dining service for your room that’s available around the clock, and other perks at the various hotel facilities.
The Sky Villas at Palms Casino Resort
Palms Casino Resort has a selection of suites called the Sky Villas. There is no guide price listed on the Palms Casino Resort website, but several news reports have stated prices ranging from $35,000 and $200,000 for just one night. For that money, you receive VIP nightclub passes, $2,000 in casino chips, as well as around-the-clock butler, and chauffeur.
Each of the Sky Villas can host up to four people, although you can entertain quite a few more in the 9,000 square feet of space. Guests can relax in their own private pool that is cantilevered over the side of the building, giving you a panoramic view over the Las Vegas strip.
Each is decorated in a unique style, with the most expensive suite being the Empathy Suite Sky Villa. This was designed by the British contemporary artist, Damien Hirst, who has placed several of his pieces within the villa.
The Nobu Villa at Nobu Hotel
For those looking for something a little different, The Nobu Villa and Nobu Hotel offers a private deck, sauna, massage room, bar, Zen garden, sushi bar, outdoor kitchen, multiple dining areas, and three bedrooms.
To go along with this, you’ll get personal service from a butler at any time of the day. The suite offers up fantastic views of Las Vegas thanks to its central location (Nobu Hotel is part of Caesars Palace, which is about as central you can get).
If you find that Las Vegas doesn’t offer enough entertainment, The Nobu Villa has its own media and game room and an art gallery.
You’ll get to your room in style too. The Nobu Villa is accessed by its own private elevator which opens right into your room giving you that special feeling of high-tech-era wealth and prosperity.