Top 10 Luxury Suites in Las Vegas
From crazy party pads to secluded private retreats, this is how the rich and famous like to roll!
Las Vegas’s top suites are as large as most people’s houses, and they boast VIP concierge service and amenities to please even the richest gamblers from around the world.
Altered States Ultra Lounge
Hard Rock’s update included the addition of some spectacular suites that only the rock ‘n’ roll haven could dream up. Edgy artwork and accents mix with glam accoutrements like Swarovski crystals to create crash pads with up to three bedrooms. The Altered States suite has an open floor plan, including a soaking tub in the middle of the living area, a six-seat dining table, bar, and glass-walled shower with his-and-hers shower heads.
Bellagio’s Chairman Suites are more than 4,000 square feet of luxury. The bar area and open living room with Surround Sound and other amenities make them ideal for entertaining, although the his-and-her bathroom (his features a steam shower, hers a soaking whirlpool tub) in Italian marble point more towards romance. A solarium with relaxing water features, indoor garden, and fireplace make this a five-star retreat, as does the 24-hour butler service to take care of anything your heart desires while on the Strip. There are three 1,000-square-foot rooms on your floor, in case you bring any staff.
On the top floor of Monte Carlo sits the famed Hotel32, which boasts unparalleled service, including a private entrance completely separate from the main hotel. The two-bedroom suites pride themselves in the details, and offer Serta Presidential Pillow Top Mattress, a pillow menu with 12 options, Nintendo Wii, Crestron media and room controller, and Kiehl’s toiletries. Bringing a party? The whopping nine televisions in the entertainment “lounge” will help.
Palms, home to the first Vegas Real World and countless other MTV engagements, has always had themed suites for its fun-loving VIP guests. The 4,500 square foot Kingpin Suite, in the Fantasy Tower, is one of the most famous, because of its two-lane bowling alley, complete with shoes in all sizes and an automatic scoring system. Everything about this suite is all-entertainment, from the full bar and billiards table, to the 12 plasma TVs, including a 130” theater-sized projection model. When the party’s over, lay down your head in one of the two bedrooms.
Skyline Marquee Suite
MGM Grand has been doing a ton of remodeling, and some of the best things to come out of the work are the 1,500-square-foot, entertainment-focused Skyline Marquee Suite. The end units feature such amenities as billiards tables and an oversized living room area, ideal for watching a fight or other large event on Pay-per-View, or spreading out as a family. Tucked away in the back lies the master suite for the ultimate in privacy, and a second bedroom allows for additional guests.
The two-story Skylofts at MGM Grand are what every loft-dweller dreams off. Offering unprecedented views (via 24-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows) from the top two floors of the enormous hotel, guests there really do feel like they’re on top of the world. The 51 lofts offer flexibility in one-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans and range in size from 1,400 – 6,000 square feet.
The famed 4,554-square-foot Villas at Mirage feature a cozy fireplace and romantic private backyard with hot tub, plus a personal 24-hour butler (and private chef if you’d like) who will help with any personal requests to tailor your getaway to your every need. Your personal backyard retreat also boasts a private putting green (tee times at the ultra-exclusive Shadow Creek are at your fingertips as well), water fountains, and lounges, plus outdoor music capability to help you feel right at home. The three-bedroom palace technically has six bathrooms, with all of the his-and-hers amenities, for the ultimate private retreat.
The Hangover movies made the suites at Caesars Palace famous, but the boys didn’t get near the newer Villa Suites that have added to an already-impressive portfolio. The mega-suites offer a grand 9,000 square feet of living space and feature five-star interior design to look like the most sophisticated private homes. Decorated to be unique, there is a Spanish villa, a Greek palace, and even a Parisian apartment. All villas have sweeping grand hallways, living rooms, formal dining rooms with butler service, private pools, and patios as large as most other full rooms.
Wraparound Terrace Suite
Some of the trendiest suites are at Cosmopolitan, which was originally built as apartments, so you never have to feel like you’re in a hotel. Its corner units offer 480 square feet of balconies (any balcony at all is a rarity in Vegas), which you step onto via three stunning sliding glass doors. Inside, 1,200 square feet of hip décor make you feel like you’re in a modern NYC loft, featuring a dining room, kitchenette, and wine cooler. The two bedrooms are sleek and comfortable.
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