Las Vegas has always been one of the top vacation spots for the rich and famous. So for those who have money to burn, there are a few places in Vegas you’ll especially enjoy.
Some of the most extravagant guest rooms in town are at the Fantasy Tower of the Palms Casino Resort. Two suites there, in particular, are a popular favorite among the wealthy: the Hardwood Suite and the Hugh Hefner Sky Villa. At $25,000 per night, the Hardwood Suite features a basketball court complete with scoreboard, private locker rooms, and three massive courtside beds; you can even customize your stay with jerseys and cheerleaders on the sidelines.
Similarly extravagant is the $40,000 a night Hugh Hefner Sky Villa. This 9,000 square-foot suite features a cantilevered Jacuzzi jutting out over the Strip. Spread out over two floors, the Villa features an expansive living room, full bar, media room, dining room, a fully equipped gym, and an extra-luxurious bedroom with an eight-foot round rotating bed.
For a classier high-roller experience, reserve the 180-Degree Suite at the Four Seasons. Though not the largest suite at the hotel, the 180-Degree Suite features – you guessed it – floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip from every room in the suite. Adorned to be more like an elegant residence than a hotel suite, the 180-Degree Suite features dark wood and pearly white furnishings along with a spacious master bedroom and king-sized bed.
After exploring all the amenities in these luxurious suites, put on some evening attire and head over to the MGM Grand for an extravagant gastronomical journey at Joël Robuchon. For $385 a person, this world famous French restaurant offers a 16-course meal that takes over four hours to eat. This meal is often called the most expensive meal in America. However, anyone who’s tried it will say that it’s worth every penny.
Although some of these options may seem completely out-of-reach to those who aren’t millionaires, remember: almost anything in Vegas is available free for those that spend enough money on the casino floor. So even if you’re not a high-roller, you can at least live like one for a night in Las Vegas.