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Most Expensive Hotel Suites in Vegas

Every year, millions of tourists from around the world head to sin city for a few days of good old fashioned fun, but only the wealthiest of them can afford to stay at the most expensive hotel suites in Vegas. From businessmen, to Hollywood celebrities and finance magnates, Las Vegas’ luxury hotels offer a vast spread of exclusive suites with over-the-top amenities catering to its high-class customers. However, while all of the rooms in hotels like the Bellagio or the Wynn are pricey, the suites on this list are reserved exclusively for high-rollers.

A couple of weeks ago we published an article on the 10 most expensive hotels in the world, and of course, the Palms Casino Resort couldn’t be excluded from this list as it features one of the most extravagant luxury suites in the entire hotel industry. So, if you’re planning a weekend getaway to the gambling capital of the world and wanting to splurge like a rock star, take a look at our list of the most expensive hotel suites in Vegas…maybe you’ll find one that suits you.

5. The Presidential Strip View Suite

Hotel: The Four Seasons

Price: $3,000 per night

For the art lovers, this set of suites in the newly refurbished Four Seasons Hotel will leave you in awe. From the carpets to the furniture, everything in this suite screams art-deco. However, what really defines the cost of this suite is its layout: the wraparound windows reach from the floor to the ceiling, granting a magnificent view of the entire Las Vegas Strip. Furthermore, the separate dining room and butler pantry allow you to host dinner parties as if you were at home.

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4. The Presidential and Chairman Suites

Hotel: The Bellagio

Price: $5,000 per night

With over 4,000 square feet surface, these two suites are fully equipped for long term housing if necessary and to access them, you have to cross a walkway suspended over a pool. Two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a formal dining room, a lounge area, and a private solarium including a garden and a fountain should be more than enough to impress any president or chairman. For those who enjoy the sunset, book the Presidential Suite, as it faces westward, while the Chairman Suite, facing east, gives you a perfect view of the Strip.

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3. Sky Suite Villas

Hotel: Aria

Price: $7,500 per night

If a single floor suite isn’t enough for you, the Aria hotel offers two- and three-story penthouse villas that will surely satisfy even the more extravagant guests. Spread out over 2,000 to 7,000 square feet, the largest Sky Suite Villa includes three bedrooms, a master bathroom with Hermes toiletries, a private salon, fitness center, two living rooms, a private entrance, 24-hour butler service, and a complete kitchen and bar for hosting all sorts of gatherings.

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2. The Emperor Suite, Mandarin Suite, and Taipan Suite

Hotel: Mandarin Oriental

Price: $15,000 per night

These three Presidential Suites might have different names, in references to their interior décor, but they all feature the same layout of 3,100 square feet on the top floors of the hotel. On the 21st floor you’ll find the Emperor Suite with one bedroom, a kitchen, a piano, and a media room with eight seats. The Mandarin Suite, on the other hand, is located on the 22nd floor and includes the perks of a large Jacuzzi tub in the master bathroom overlooking the Strip.

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1. Octavius Tower Villas

Hotel: Caesers Palace

Price: $40,000 per night

While Caesers Palace houses a wide variety of suites, like the infamous Hangover Suite, the Fantasy Suites, or the Nobu Hotel Suites, there is one that takes the crown as the most expensive hotel suite in Vegas: the Octavius Tower Villas. With an incredible 10,000 square feet surface, this offers pure luxury to those who can afford it. Not only does it have a baby grand piano, but entertainment won’t be scarce here, with a game room that has its own bar and pool table. There are also remote controlled toilettes in the bathrooms and the beds feature linens with a value of $80,000. One more perk: the terraces of these suites all overlook the hotel’s pool complex named The Garden of The Gods. Cheers to the highest of high-rollers.

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