The most expensive Las Vegas hotel rooms

Andrea Divirgilio / September 16, 2009

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Talking of Las Vegas instantly brings to mind the glittering city streets, non-stop entertainment, luxury shopping centers, restaurants serving only the most elite diners, top-of-the-line hotels and of course, the casinos. The city that never sleeps really needs no introduction. For the high-end travelers or the clientele who have no set bars to splash the cash, Las Vegas has it all. You don’t call it paradise for no reason, Las Vegas has a reputation of turning fantasy into reality. With so many options to choose from, you would still want to be in the middle of everything but choosing the best in Las Vegas can be tricky.
Las Vegas is without a doubt a spectacular sight and while there is more to do than you can possibly fit in one stay, one has to settle for something. For this reason, we will put the available information to the best use to make it a lot easier in deciding which hotel suits your taste and budget.

1. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa

On top of the list is the most expensive suite on the Strip with a glass elevator to the second floor, an infinity pool – with the Playboy logo on the bottom (the iconic bunny is everywhere), a rotating bed with mirrors on the ceiling. There’s also an indoor waterfall, a massage room, screening room, private gym, an eight-person hot tub and a sauna. Hefner, of course, stays free but you need to shed $40,000 to make like Hefner for a night.

Hotel: The Palms
Rates: $40,000 per night
Square footage: 10,000

2. Skylofts

Perched on the top two floors of MGM Grand, Skylofts redefines luxury. Each loft is filled with the latest technology, including iPod docking stations that can be played throughout the loft. Here all the amenities and services are at your fingertips as remotes operate everything from the TV and DVD player to the drapes, temperature and lights. There’s also a 24-hour butler to pack and unpack suitcases, you will be chauffeured to Skylofts in a custom Maybach 62 limousine from the airport, along with personal concierge 24 hours at your service.

Hotel: MGM Grand
Rates: $600 for one bedroom, up to $10,000 for three.
Square footage: 1,400-6,000

3. Chairman Suite

The Bellagio Hotel offers suites that feature every luxury anyone can dream of. With an entryway that crosses a reflecting pool and a 14-foot ceiling, the Chairman Suite exudes elegance. The suite has two master bedrooms, a solarium and whirlpool tubs with views of the city. Each suite has five TVs – two 50-inch plasmas – and remotes control all the electronics, drapes and lighting. It also comes with complimentary limo service from the airport.

Hotel: Bellagio
Rates: $6,000 per night
Square footage: 4,000

4. Duplex Suite

Became known as the “Rain Man” suite after the 1988 movie with Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman was filmed there. Anyone who’s seen the movie – or several others filmed at Caesar’s – will undoubtedly recognize the piano and spectacular view of the Strip from the upper level. The suites were designed to encourage social gatherings, with a couch that seats 12, two master suites and two other connecting bedrooms available. There are 10 TVs in the four-bedroom configuration, including in-mirror screens in each bathroom. Touchscreen panels control all electronics, along with climate and drapes.

Hotel: Caesars Palace
Rates: $3,500 per night
Square footage: 1,800


Another great place to attend both business or a party or a still-upscale alternative to some of the more pricey suites on the Strip. The living area in each room has two sofas, five chairs and two coffee tables, and the dining room table seats eight. There’s also a work station area with a 3-in-1 printer/fax/copier. If you’re not having a meeting, it’s still a luxurious place to stay, with plasma TVs, a hot tub and elegant furnishings.

Hotel: Mandalay Bay
Rates: $500 above the going room rate ($129-$699) on weekdays, $800 above on weekends.
Square footage: 2,160


Another relatively affordable suite that doesn’t skimp on luxury. The Salon Suite has a private massage room off the foyer, an expansive living area with incredible views of the Strip through floor-to-ceiling windows, and bathrooms with marble floors and unique bamboo amenities. The bedroom, featuring what the hotel calls a Wynn Dream Bed, is so comfortable you might never leave. In-room massage, manicure, pedicure and hair styling are available.

Rates: Average $750
Square footage: 1,816

Via: FoxNews

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