When you’re looking for luxury in Vegas, it’s not difficult to find. Head to any of the most reputed casinos or hotels (Wynn, Cosmopolitan, Aria) on the strip and ask for their best suite – you’re likely to find that you’re extremely satisfied with the result. However, for something a little more indulgent you’ll need to plan ahead.
While the casinos in Vegas may not have the history of those in Europe that trace back to the 17th century, their new-world luxury rivals old school opulence. So, while the lux setting of Casino Baden Baden would put even the biggest US casinos to shame, the world’s greatest designers have turned Vegas spaces into something spectacular.
We have found three of the most luxurious suites in Vegas to cater to even the finest of tastes. Take a look through these offerings to see which one might strike your fancy.
The Empathy Suite at the Palms
Have $100,000 to put down for a grand time in Vegas? The new Empathy Suite at the Palms is likely to be your number one pick in Sin City. Unlike many of its competitors, the suite is luxe in silver tones instead of gold, but with pop culture accents like butterflies, pills and sharks, it gives a modern take on the new Vegas and its clientele.
The suite was designed by world-renowned Damien Hirst and is set over 9000sq ft surrounded by floor to ceiling glass windows over two stories to look out at the city. The suite itself is suitable for up to four people, with two king size bedrooms – but plenty of room for entertaining guests beforehand. With a stunning large bar for 12, pool table and foosball table, comfy sitting spaces and hanging chairs, and large modern raised marble bathtubs, the suite just pops with opulence in the form of fun style. The huge outdoor swimming pool is a delight to see and the artwork throughout is astounding.
The Empathy Suite is perhaps currently the most opulent suite in Vegas – until another takes the crown.
See the Empathy Suite at the Palms.
Nobu Villa at Caesars
If expansive areas and views of the entire city are what you’re needing, all with a very private atmosphere, then the Nobu Villa at Caesars is the answer. Nobu is not only the word in fine dining on the strip, it’s also the word in luxury room accomodations.
A three bedroom villa, set over more than 10,000sq ft, Nobu’s immediate charm comes from its intimate lighting and dark Japanese-themed appointments, reminiscent of the restaurants of the same name. The villa includes five dining spaces including a sushi counter, a large casual round table, and formal dining in the living room, along with a pool table, and fire and water features.
The other main attraction of this luxurious suite is a huge sky deck with whirlpool, Zen garden, grill, barbeque pit, and bar, with plenty of lounges and furniture for soaking up the sun in Vegas.
View Nobu Villa at Caesars.
Four-Bedroom Presidential Suite at Mandalay Bay
A suite where every bedroom has their very own living room? Sure, you can have it all – at Mandalay Bay’s Presidential suite. The suite is truly stunning, set over two floors which allows for two-floor windows in places, to get an amazing view out over the city. There’s plenty of space to play here, over 5600sq feet, including two bedrooms upstairs and two bedrooms downstairs (along with a grand, sweeping staircase). Other facilities include a workout room, wet bar, entertainment room, pool table, and no less than 10 TVs across the whole expanse.
Each room-adjoining bathroom features marble through and large bathtubs for soaking in. The style is rich and modern, with gold and deep accents throughout. Guests in the Presidential suite have access to the Mandalay’s spa facilities, the Foundation Room, along with the VIP lounge. With a maximum of 8 guests permitted to stay in the suite, this one is truly an indulgence for a weekend away.
Take a look at The Four Bedroom Presidential Suite at Mandalay Bay.
And so many more…
While many hotels and casinos in Vegas have shuttered their doors or wound down operations due to Covid, there are still plentiful options to choose from, particularly for exclusive suites. If you are looking to stay in Vegas it pays to check with the hotel first what their current operations are, and if certain services that you’ll require are available. The most luxurious suites in Las Vegas should be booked in advance to avoid disappointment, with details worked through ahead of time to ensure a smooth and seamless, enjoyable experience.