From Singapore to Las Vegas – These are the lavish suites where the high rollers stay in

If you like to travel to ritzy casinos to gamble with the best, you may have experienced a tiny bit of the excess that gaming resorts have to offer. Maybe you’ve traveled to Vegas for a bachelor or bachelorette party, or perhaps you’re a regular at the floor swamped with slots.

Whatever your experience, it’s unlikely your travels have taken you to the exclusive penthouses on the top floors of these establishments. These places have long been the exclusive playgrounds reserved for the most affluent customers who spend the big bucks… and the hotels know it.

When it comes to the best in luxury at resorts the world over, casino whales have it made. The best gaming resort suites in the world were basically designed with high rollers in mind, dripping with gold, uniquely opulent, and the very definition of extravagance.

The Cosmopolitan — Las Vegas, Nevada
Coated in gold and filled with bottles of $56,000 of Louis XIII Black Pearl cognac, the Boulevard Penthouse Suites at The Cosmopolitan were actually created with the sole purpose of attracting high rollers.

To stay at one of the 21 available suites, these prodigal spenders must first tender a minimum buy-in of $1 million at the Reserve, the Cosmopolitan’s high-roller lounge. This extravagant lounge fee actually makes the Boulevard Penthouse Suites the most expensive hotel room in the world.

The Venetian Macao Resort Hotel — Macao
If you’re looking for luxury and sophistication with an Italian twist, look no further than the Venetian Macao. The largest single-structure building in Asia and comprising the second-largest high-end gaming resort in the world, the Venetian Macao is overflowing with Old World opulence.

The Cielo Suite at 3,830 square feet is reserved for high-stakes gamblers. It includes two bedrooms, a dining area, a living area, an in-suite spa area, a limousine (with chauffeur), a butler pantry, a jacuzzi, a media room, butler service, and deluxe marble bathrooms.

Atlantis Resort and Casino — Bahamas
When cheetahs of the gaming world visit Atlantis, chances are they’re staying in the Bridge Suite, for the most luxurious and ultimate experience in opulence. In all likelihood, their room charge is comped by staff, due to their extravagance on the floor they love to frequent.

For anyone else, the Bridge Suite will set you back a staggering $25,000 a night and comes complete with a 22-carat gold chandelier, grand piano, and a staff team of seven who will wait on you 24/7.

Resorts World Sentosa — Singapore
World-renowned for its beachfront luxury, the Singaporean island of Sentosa is an indulgent escape for true VIPs. The best of the best in Sentosa is Resorts World, featuring 1,500 rooms and suites, including beach villas and even tree-house-style rooms that are suspended 40ft off of the ground.

With a price tag of $5 billion, Resorts World Sentosa truly has it all. A Universal Studios theme park, Adventure Cove water park, and a massive casino with 2,400 slot machines and more than 500 table games.

Casino Niagara — Ontario, Canada
You have not experienced true luxury until you’ve stayed at Fallsview Casino Resort at Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada. Part of the Casino Niagara group, Fallsview has the most stunning views of the falls from each of their 374 luxury rooms and suites. The exclusive suites are where you’ll find the high-rolling spenders relaxing before they place their next big bet.

For everyone else who doesn’t have millions to drop at the high stakes tables, you can always play in style in the real money gaming arena at You may miss out on the view, but you’ll get the best that the Canadian gaming scene has to offer.

Viejas Casino & Resort — Alpine, California
The 2,000-square-foot Penthouse Suite offers two lavish bedrooms, a media room with a 90-inch HDTV, and a balcony overlooking the beautiful rolling hills and Cuyamaca Mountains of San Diego County.

The penthouse suite at Viejas is a whopping 2,000 square feet and features two bedrooms, a bar area, living room, media room with epic chairs, a hand-carved acacia dining room table, and a balcony with a dual fireplace, accented by panoramic views of the pool and surrounding rolling hills.

In the lap of luxury
Despite the longstanding tradition of high-rollers getting wined and dined because of their big bets at the gaming tables, this exclusive treatment may be coming to an end shortly. Historically, the outlandishly expensive suites we’ve mentioned would only be available to whales who spend millions at the gambling floor.

Nowadays, managers of Las Vegas gaming resorts are looking to make the lap of luxury something everyone can enjoy… if they’re able to pay, of course. In a recent trend, gaming dens are dropping the high-roller requirement thanks to steadily decreasing revenues since 1984. So, to increase spending, Vegas gaming clubs, at least, are opening the doors to non-whale big spenders too.