We have to yield – a touch of indulgence has never hurt anyone! A bit of fine wine here, an exorbitant bit of pearls there.. to be sure, we all love our lavishness stock. But everyone has their own definition of luxury.
For most of us while planning a holiday, budget becomes the main concern. We try to make a balance among the facilities, area and requirement that doesn’t exceed our budget.
But few hotels are so expensive that spending a night there seems like a dream for most of us.
Palms Casino is definitely one of them. This hotel is extravagant and is one of the most expensive hotels in the world.
Want to know why?
So, where is the Palms Casino located?
Palms Casino is located in the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise. George Maloof opened this most expensive hotel, on November 15, 2001, to a gigantic horde of individuals .
So, what made Palms Casino the most expensive hotel in the world?
It has 703 rooms and suites in total, quite a large number, right? It contains a 94,840 sq ft casino and a concert theater. There are 2,263 seats in the theatre which can be can be extended up to 2,549, Isn’t it admirable?
On the top of that, The Palms Casino Resort has recently disclosed the Empathy Suite. Damien Hirst has crafted this Sky Villa. This suite makes Palm Villa one of the most expensive hotels in world as it is valued at $200,000 for a two-night stay.
Empathy Suite, a Sky Villa designed by and featuring the works of world-renowned artist Damien Hirst. pic.twitter.com/ennpXz0j6o— Palms Casino Resort (@Palms) March 2, 2019
So what do you get when you drop a huge number of dollars on an inn stay?
This two-story inn suite is 9,000 square feet and highlights a custom butterfly-theme mosaic and gathering of contemporary craftsmanship.
There are two bedrooms which highlights one of a kind work of art, There are king size beds and extensive storage rooms. The suite includes a massage room too where one can relax.
The living room and dining room are quite spacious. Living room can incorporate the sitting of almost 52 people. The interior of the suite is truly worth praising. An extraordinary spot to appreciate a culinary ordeal and perspectives on Las Vegas around evening time.
The Empathy Suite has a 13-situate bended bar that is loaded up with therapeutic waste which appears differently in relation to the items put in pill cupboards all through the manor.
But wait, there’s more!
This suite has a private gym along with a gaming zone comprising of a pool table and larger than usual craftsmanship pieces. There is a fantastic space with a Jacuzzi on the balcony which allows you to view the beauty of Las Vegas.
Spending $200,000 for a two-night seems to be a funny thought, Right?
But to experience the luxurious stay at the most expensive hotel in the world, you won’t mind spending that much! Hope so!