Las Vegas is home to some of the finest and most obscure accommodations. And in keeping up with the reputation of being the best when it comes to luxury it is now home to an all-new Damien Hirst suite (christened as the ‘Empathy Suite”) that recently opened on the 34th-floor of the Palms Casino Resort Sky Villa.
Touted as the world’s most expensive hotel room, the premium accommodation boasts of an Advil window decal, a Valium emblem stitched into a dining room chair and a series of other eclectic artworks. It costs a whopping $200,000 for a two-night stay with a $10,000 deposit to see the multitude of original works and design elements created by the Hirst for this space.
It features two master bedrooms, two massage rooms and two and a half bathrooms along with a cantilevered Jacuzzi showcasing mosaic inlaid butterflies around it. Fit for throwing lavish parties, the suite boasts of a bar with two lounges and exclusive media/theater areas that can accommodate up to 52 guests.
The entire space is decorated with Hirst-designed furniture, drapery, carpeting and Italian leather sofas, each of which features the quintessential butterfly motif. The 9,000 square-foot space also showcases six of the designer’s original artworks.
There’s also billiards room that comes with a pool table with one of Hirst’s Spin prints and a formaldehyde tank with two large sharks. A stay at the Damien Hirst suite also includes a 24-hour butler service, a chauffeured car service, A-list access to on-site entertainment, a private Palms art tour and more.
Would you fancy staying at this Hirst inspired suite?