Witness the true lavishness of Las Vegas with these five extremely over-the-top suites


“Las Vegas looks the way you’d imagine heaven must look at night” and you don’t need a lifetime of good deeds to get a ticket into this heaven, just loads of moolah! In return, you have a good time worth a lifetime! While there is no shortage of new casinos sites that allow users to play from home, one just cannot ignore the charm of the Las Vegas valley which brings you the best of entertainment, shopping, fine dining, nightlife, and the best hotel experiences in the world! The area is bursting with numerous luxurious accommodations that you can only dream about with everything from a butler, a private massage room, a movie theater, a sauna, a swimming pool, a full gym, and more. Vegas boasts of some of the most extravagant and over the top suites in the world that personify the flamboyance, pizzazz, and dazzle of the sin city. Listed below are five OTT, outrageously luxe, and extravagant suites that money can easily buy in Las Vegas:


5. Palms Two-Story Sky Villa, $40,000/night
When one story is not enough, you can indulge in some two-story lavishness at the Two-Story Sky Villa that is part of the Palms Casino Resort’s Luxe Collection. Abundant space, luxe amenities, and unimaginably enthralling decor constitute the 9,000-square-foot suite that is a marvel in marble! One private pool, three king beds, 8 guests, a 17-seat bar, and a 24-hour butler are few of the luxurious one can revel in. the suite leaves an unforgettable mark of the views owed to floor-to-ceiling windows, a personal elevator, and a glass-enclosed cantilevered pool all which grant breathtaking views of the strip. The two-story suite also comes with a game area, massage room, fitness center for $40,000 a night.

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4. Nobu Villa at Ceasers palace, $35,000/night
The crown jewel of the Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace, this 10,300-square foot villa comes with an expansive 4,700 square-foot outdoor terrace which is one of the best spots to enjoy sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip. The three-bedroom villa is luxurious and sumptuous, yet relaxed and modern with standout features like a signature Omakase sushi bar, ultramodern media and game room, gym and massage room, private elevator, and art gallery. Similarly, the sprawling outdoor patio creates a lasting impression with a full barbeque pit, Robatayaki grill, ping pong table, Zen garden, and Japanese-inspired onsen tub. This elegant space is designed by David Rockwell and is certainly one of the priciest places to sleep on the Strip.


3. Aria Sky Suites, $7500/night
The Aria Sky Suites are part of the Aria Hotel and City Center complex is highly recommended by Forbes Travel Guide as one of the Most Luxurious Hotels in the World. ARIA Sky Villas range in size from 2,000 to 7,000 square feet and offer both two and three-bedroom suites. Guests can choose to relax in their separate living or master bedrooms or rejuvenate after a late night out in the spa-inspired bathroom space. Pamper yourself with luxury, attention, amenities, and flawless service.

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2. Boulevard Penthouses at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, $1 million buy-in
The 21 exclusive Boulevard Penthouses nestled on the top floors of the Boulevard Towers vary in size from 2,000 to 5,000 square feet. To witness the lavishness of Las Vegas one needs to be so themselves. Home to high-rollers only, the suite reserves the openness of its sumptuous arms for the most elite, lucrative high-end international players who effortlessly drop seven figures in the casino. The suites are the brainchild of three famed design firms: Daun Curry, Richmond International, or Tihany Design offering spectacular vantages of the Strip and also stunning views of the Bellagio’s dancing fountains. Guests will also enjoy access to a private jet service with a curated in-flight menu of items from the resort’s acclaimed restaurant collection.


1.Damien Hirst designed suite at Palms Casino Resort, $100,000/ night
Counted as the world’s most expensive hotel suite, with an unmatchable view of the shimmering lights of the Las Vegas Strip, the Empathy Suite by Damien Hirst is truly one-of-a-kind. As much as the view outside is spectacular, the vision inside is more attention-grabbing; Sharks suspended in formaldehyde, graphics of oversized pills, and flooring patterned with butterflies with cantilevered outdoor pool await the high-rollers. Spanning 2 story and 9,000 square feet the suite offers two master bedrooms, a massage rooms, a salt relaxation room, a gym, two bathrooms, and a powder room in addition to copious lounges that can accommodate over 50 people.