Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in Las Vegas
Do you think about celebrating you anniversary or honeymoon or having a retreat from the chaotic life? You might feel for privacy in luxury with your soul mate. There might no other choice than to book an expensive hotel room. If the term hotel room comes, of course, the name Vegas comes in the priority list.
There is a saying about the Las Vegas Hotel’s luxury that the corpse can be alive. The most interesting thing about the luxurious suits is its large space. There are lots of hotels with luxurious suits for you that can provide the modern facilities in a mythological manner and some also provide in a futuristic way. The top 10 most expensive hotel rooms in Las Vegas are at a glance for you-
1. Hugh Hefner Sky Villa (The Palms) - $40,000/night
This 10,000-square-foot palace welcomes you to a world of luxury, where you will get your own glass elevator, a very large pool with the Playboy logo on the bottom, private balconies, massage and media room, dry sauna, a rotating bed with mirrors on the ceiling. You can also have fun with your friends in 8-person hot tub or in a private gym.
2. SKYLOFTS (MGM Grand) - $600 for one bedroom, up to $10,000 for three
Here you can spend time with all latest technology, including iPod docking stations that can be played throughout the loft. From the TV and DVD player to the drapes, temperature and lights all can be controlled by the remote. You will also get a full-time hotel boy for your all kind of help.
3. Chairman suite (Bellagio) – $6,000 per night
The Chairman Suite features a solarium, two master bedrooms, private bathrooms with whirlpool tubs and steam showers, indoor garden and fountain, fireplace, L-shaped bar, full-time butler and a conference room. Each suite has five TVs - two 50-inch plasmas & modern entertainment system with surround sound. All the electronics, drapes and lighting can be operated through remote.
4. Duplex suite (Caesars Palace) – $3,500 per night
These suites were designed for social gathering, consists of a couch that fit for almost 12 people, two master suites with two other connecting bedrooms, 10 TVs, including in-mirror screens in each bathroom and touch screen panels for controlling electronics, climate, and drapes. It became more famous by Tom Cruise movie “Rain Man”.
5. The Bachelor Pad (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino) - $1,900/Night
6. The Flat Suite (The M Resort) - $900/Night
7. The Sake Suite (Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace) - $890/Night
8. The Cypress Suite (Bellagio) - $779/Night
9. Salon suite (WYNN Las Vegas) - Average $750/Night
10. L Suite (Mandalay Bay) - $129-$699 on weekdays, $800 above on weekends
Visiting the expensive hotel suite in Vegas always energize you. The room decorations, facilities and room service are actually fabulous. You can enjoy yourself in the without any hesitation. You can’t think about others if you stay once in the most expensive hotel suites of the Las Vegas.