With its pulsating neon glow, lavish hotels and velvet-rope nightclubs, it’s clear that Las Vegas was born to be the playground of the rich and famous. And when it comes to covering the needs of the high roller, nobody does it better than the Las Vegas resorts.
In short: Big spenders can live in the lap of luxury throughout Sin City.
Want to throw a bowling party in your room, feel like the king of your own empire or maybe get an impromptu game of hoops on? The Palms Casino Resort has you covered with its Fantasy Tower Suites, with bowling alleys, basketball courts and cantilevered Jacuzzis jutting out over the Las Vegas Strip.
For bigwigs looking to get some quiet time away from the Strip – but not be too far away – we’ve got you covered. The Mansion at MGM Grand offers separate villas that have up to four bedrooms in what looks like an 18th century Tuscan Villa in the middle of the desert. Meanwhile, at Wynn Las Vegas, the Wynn Fairway Villas not only features a private VIP entrance, luxurious appointments in each villa and more but they also have a relaxing view of the Wynn Golf Course – the only golf course that’s connected to a Las Vegas Resort on the Strip.
The Presidential Suite at The Four Seasons and Chairman Suite at The Venetian showcases some of the world’s most decadent furnishings, while The Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay invites high rollers to throw the party of the year.
For a memorable taste of the good life, feast at a top Las Vegas restaurants like Joel Robuchon at MGM Grand Las Vegas and Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace.
Of course you can always shop ‘til you drop at the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian and The Palazzo. This is the spot to get the latest trendy bobbles from Coach, Marc Jacobs, Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik, to name a few.
And, for high rollers who want to put their money where their mouth is, they can get into the pool with the biggest card sharks in the world at the renowned Poker Room at Bellagio.