No, we’re not talking about the suite upgrades that will only cost a few hundred extra, but rather the high roller experience that will run you up to $40,000/night. They include selections from the Cosmopolitan, The Palms (Hugh Hefner suite pictured above), Caesars Palace, and more. Continue reading to see them all.
5. Aria Sky Villa (Aria)
Measuring in at 6,490 square feet and located on the top floors of Aria at CityCenter, the largest Sky Villa will run you about $7,500 a night. The two-story suites have three bedrooms, five bathrooms, a fitness room, a massage room, salon, a billiard room and formal dining room that seats up to 12 people. Other perks include gas fireplaces, 65-inch plasma TVs, a fully stocked bar and panoramic views of the Las Vegas Valley.
4. Octavius Villas (Caesars Palace)
At 9,930 square feet, the Greek-style villa, which Caesars Palace dubs “Constantine,” is the largest of the three. The suite includes four bedrooms, a media room, a formal dinning room, a gym and private balcony with a private Jacuzzi overlooking Caesars’ pools. From the private elevator to the 24-hour butler service, everything about the Octavius villas feels exclusive, including the price tag. The cost for a night is $40,000.
3. The Mansion (MGM Grand)
In complete seclusion from the lights and sounds of Vegas, The Mansion at MGM Grand will exceed all expectations. Nestled far behind the MGM Grand, the Mansion was designed only for the most privileged guests. The villas are rented as 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom estates. The suites are often given to the “whales” that visit the MGM casino and bet an average of $500,000 per hour. For the non-gamblers, the villas can be rented for private use starting at $5,000 per night.
2. Hugh Hefner Suite (The Palms)
Who would do a suite better than the Hef? Seriously. This place has all the amenities a swingin’ roller like yourself needs. Take a dip in your private pool that juts out above the Strip, get frisky on your 8 ft rotating circular bed, take in a movie at your own movie theater or just throw a ragin’ party for the 250 friends that you will suddenly have when you announce that you are staying in Hef’s Sky Villa.
1. Bungalow Suites (Cosmopolitan)
Fresh off the Facebook presses, and thanks to our resident internet ferret, we now have a lot more insight and a more first hand look at the Bungalow offerings at the Cosmopolitan. Specifically Bungalow 8. The pictures give a good idea of the two sided view of the Day Club Pool, and Bellagio/Jockey Club roof that most of these supposed luxury units will offer. In addition, we can also see the decor, which is a lot more subdued and calm compared to the penthouse tower units we’ve seen.