8 Most Expensive and Exclusive Hotel Suites in Las Vegas

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The most expensive and exclusive suites in Las Vegas number among the most coveted in the world. Vegas is already known as a luxury getaway location, so these hotel rooms are the cream of the cream. They bring wealthy patrons from around the globe to gape and enjoy a fantasy life of service and luxury. You may never stay in these rooms, but you can at least look on in envy at the most expensive suites in Vegas. Maybe this could be your new life goal? One night in paradise.

Expensive and Exclusive Suites in Las Vegas
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  1. Premier Presidential Suite, Waldorf Astoria
  2. Price: $3,000
    Resort: Waldorf Astoria
    Size: 3650 sq. ft.
    Most famous amenity: sunken baths overlooking the Vegas strip
    Premier Presidential Suite, Waldorf Astoria
    photo source: Waldorf Astoria

    The Waldorf Astoria features several choice suites but this one is the pick of the litter, the 20th-floor Three-Bedroom Presidential Suite. The Art Deco furnishings will send any 20th-century stylist swooning while the dining areas, fitness room, and cocktail bars provide a choice escape for you and your party. The luxurious sunken baths of the Presidential Suite are perched over the strip itself, giving you a lordly view of the twinkling chaos below.

    Did you know?

    The Waldorf Astoria was formerly known as the Mandarin Oriental. As such, patrons to the Presidential Suite get to try something called the Tian Quan Thermal Water Experience included in their spa package, an exclusive technical spa treatment that sends you on a journey of full-body water and heat sensations.

  3. Chairman’s Suite, The Bellagio
  4. Price: $7,000
    Resort: The Bellagio
    Size: 4,075 sq. ft.
    Most famous amenity: Indoor garden, fountain sculptures, and solarium
    Chairman’s Suite, The Bellagio
    photo source: Bellagio

    The Bellagio, which just screams out the palatial richness of the best resorts in Vegas, has a room that makes it onto our list of the most exclusive in town. The Chairman’s Suite is over 4,000 sq. ft. of decadence, built on the top of the resort’s Spa Tower and complete with its own indoor garden and fountain, fireplace, bar, and solarium.

    Your whirlpool tub has a view of the shimmering city at night that will make you feel like a true chairman of this extraordinary vacation destination. Your 24-hour butler and premium seating at the award-winning MGM Resorts International restaurants should seal the deal.

    Did you know?

    Patrons of the Chairman’s Suite at The Bellagio get VIP seating for Cirque Du Soleil’s “O,” an incredible aquatic acrobatic show repeatedly rated one of the best attractions in Las Vegas.

  5. The Hardwood Suite, Palms Casino Resort
  6. Price: $25,000
    Resort: Palms Casino Resort
    Size: 10,000 sq. ft.
    Most famous amenity: Half-sized regulation basketball court
    The Hardwood Suite, Palms Casino Resort
    photo source: Palms

    The Hardwood Suite is for the sports fans. This room at the Palms Resort not only comes with two master bedrooms and two full floors but a regulation-sized half-basketball court indoors, complete with a locker room and scoreboard. If you want to watch sports afterward, you’ve got enormous plasma TVs to keep you company between visits to your private Jacuzzi. A billiards table can help you pass the time while your 24-hour private butler brings you everything you could ever need (or want).

    Did you know?

    Joe Yalda, perhaps the most famous butler in Vegas, oversees the Hardwood Suite, keeping score for the NBA players that have personal games there, tracking down custom shoes for them, and at one point even delivering a famous puppy. He has never said whose it was.

  7. Bentel & Bentel Penthouse Suites, The Cosmopolitan
  8. Price: $25,000
    Resort: The Cosmopolitan
    Size: 4,395 sq. ft.
    Most famous amenity: private movie theater
    Bentel & Bentel Penthouse Suites, The Cosmopolitan
    photo source: Bentel & Bentel

    On the 70th floor of The Cosmopolitan, designed by the architects at Bentel & Bentel, you have their exclusive penthouse suites. We want to highlight one in particular: the Hollywood-inspired Foxglove suite.

    This room exudes a look of incredible old cinema, with lighting that mimics the classics of black and white moviemaking and a private tub that screens movies while you bathe. The décor features celebrity film portraits. Don’t forget to take in the view on your way to your private movie theater.

    Did you know?

    Leonardo DiCaprio is a famous fan of the penthouse suites at The Cosmopolitan. He’s been known for throwing amazing 50-person parties in them. Not like he’s a regular Gatsby or anything, but the thought crossed our minds!

  9. Caesars Palace Villas, Caesars Palace
  10. Price: $25,000+
    Resort: Caesars Palace
    Size: 9,500+ sq. ft.
    Most famous amenity: double-sided fireplace, grand piano, tropical fish tanks
    Caesars Palace Villas, Caesars Palace
    photo source: Caesars

    One of Vegas’ most venerated casinos, Caesars Palace also houses one of its most opulent hotels. The Marcus Aurelius Villa may be the most famous. This 9,500 sq. ft. room features a double-sided fireplace, grand piano, spa, fire pit, media room, fish tank, massage chairs, and an entire billiard room. The Titus Villa is even bigger at 11,200 sq. ft. Other accommodations include the Claudius Villa and Constantine Villa.

    These villas share similar amenities and will set back their patrons upwards of $25,000 a night. You can stay at these exclusive Caesars Palace rooms for slightly less – the Marc Antony Villa, for instance, is only 5,000 sq. ft. It won’t set you back as much, but where’s the fun in that?

    Did you know?

    Caesars Palace is home to the Colosseum, a world-famous concert venue that has hosted celebrities like Elton John, Celine Dion, and Janet Jackson. From your villa, you’ll be within reach of some of the most revered performers in the music world.

  11. Nobu Villa, Caesars Palace
  12. Price: $35,000
    Resort: Caesars Palace
    Size: 10,300 sq. ft.
    Most famous amenity: Japan-inspired Zen gardens
    Nobu Villa, Caesars Palace
    photo source: Caesars

    The Nobu Villa is the jewel in the crown of the in-house Caesars Palace resort, the Nobu Hotel. This huge 10,300 sq. ft. suite contains everything you need for a kingly personal vacation or a huge announcement party with a ton of people. You can entertain and be entertained in its lavish open-plan design, complete with Zen Garden, Onsen tub, outdoor patio, barbecue pit, billiards table, and Robatayaki grill.

    The Nobu Villa is a brand-new expansion to the original 2013 hotel and remains one of its most coveted suites for large groups that want to entertain in style. A group of wealthy friends can take the town by storm from their opulent hub at the Nobu Villa.

    Did you know?

    Robert De Niro is famously one of the hotel’s founders. He announced the creation of the Nobu Villa expansion with open arms. “Onward and upward!” he famously said, with dollar signs flickering over his godfatherly eyes.

  13. Two-Story Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort
  14. Price: $40,000
    Resort: Palms Casino Resort
    Size: 9,000 sq. ft.
    Cantilever glass pool overlooking the strip

    Two-Story Sky Villa, Palms Casino Resort
    photo source: Palms

    The Palms Casino Resort, perched in its incredible Fantasy Tower, is known as the poshest of the posh in Vegas suites (this isn’t the last time you’ll be reading about them). This room, called the Two-Story Sky Villa, is on the 32nd floor of that tower. The original intent was to bring the Playboy Mansion aesthetic to their high-rolling patrons.

    Included in this room are a redwood sauna, massage and fitness room, butler service, billiards room, and a famous glass-encompassed cantilever pool. Bathe in luxury overlooking the glimmering Las Vegas Strip, knowing that below you is a world of people wishing they were with you in the sky.

    Did you know?

    You can become a regular Willy Wonka staying in this villa, taking your personal glass elevator to the second floor of your splendorous room.

  15. The Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort
  16. Price: $100,000 per night (2-night minimum)
    Resort: Palms Casino Resort
    Size: 9,000 sq. ft.
    Bull shark tank and famous artwork

    The Empathy Suite, Palms Casino Resort
    photo source: Palms

    The most expensive and exclusive hotel room in Las Vegas is the Empathy Suite in the Palms Casino Resort. This exclusive suite costs its patrons $100,000 a night to stay in its 9,000 sq. ft. room, with a two-night minimum stay requirement. This is for people willing to gain or lose $2 million on the casino floor, so what’s $200,000 for the room?

    This room features a game room, a 13-seat bar, famous artwork, display cases, a pool, and a tank that contains two bull sharks. A butler, chauffeur, VIP art tour, access to entertainment events, and $10,000 in resort credit round out the most high-end hotel experience in the U.S. Each of the two master bedrooms has a massage room and salt relaxation room. This room is Sin City heaven.

    Did you know?

    The Empathy Suite at the Palms Resort contains 6 exclusive art pieces by Damien Hirst. He had a personal hand in the architecture of the villa, as well as in designing the furniture and carpets. For good measure, he built a pill cabinet full of nothing but diamonds for patrons to casually view the full extent of their luxury.

The Takeaway

The Takeaway
photo source: Palms

The most expensive hotel suites in the world bring patrons to a lifestyle that few will ever know and even fewer will know regularly. These rooms cost dozens to hundreds of thousands of dollars to stay in for the night. However, they reward their guests’ investments with an unforgettably lavish experience. If you’re in the market for a room like this in Las Vegas, use this list as a guide to your future pleasure. You’re the envy of us all.


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