TAKE A LOOK AT 9 OF VEGAS’ MOST EXPENSIVE SUITES

If you’re looking for luxury at a Las Vegas hotel, you really can’t go wrong with the word “penthouse.”

In fact, some suites in town are so luxurious, the hotel can’t give you a regular rate online. Hotel room rates also fluctuate from month-to-month and even week-to-week.

As soon as the megaboxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao was announced for May 2, rates at the MGM Grand shot up to $900 – $1,000 per night.

But that’s just chump change compared to these rooms, which, of course, all offer glorious Strip views:

1. Tower Suites at Wynn Las Vegas
The 640-square-foot Tower Suite rooms feature floor-to-ceiling views of The Strip as well as the Wynn Golf Course and each guest has a “dedicated concierge.” The suites include all normal luxury amenities as well as an overstocked Italian marble bathroom and bedside touch-screen control of the curtains, lighting and room service. The Encore Salon Suites start at $1,000 per night.
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2. The Nobu Penthouse at Caesars Palace
Starting at $3,150 per night, this Japanese-inspired hotel room is so large it includes a spiral staircase, a separate dining area, a 90″ flat screen TV and a pool table. A reservation comes with complimentary spa treatment at Qua Baths & Spa and an in-room minibar curated by Chef Nobu.Nobu Hotel Las Vegas Penthouse [800 x 400]


3. Mandarin Suite at Mandarin Oriental
The largest suite at the Mandarin Oriental (where you can look up floorplans) is your dream two-bedroom apartment, featuring a separate dining room, kitchen, walk-in closet, study, fitness room, bar and a bathtub almost as big as a king bed. The bathrooms are stocked with $200+ Frette bathrobes. For rates, you have to call the hotel, but for reference, a room three steps down starts at $2,179 per night. Some say the suites can go for a whopping $15,000 per night.


4. Sky Suites at Aria
Ranging $3,500 to $7,500 per night, the Sky Villas at the Aria are unlike any other room in Las Vegas. The rooms offer a panoramic view of the city and boast the “most innovative in-room technology.” The largest suite features three bedrooms, five bathrooms, private limo service and a massage room.

5. Presidential and Chairman suites at Bellagio
These two 4,000 square foot rooms feature a solarium and an indoor garden and fountain. Guests are treated to 24-hour butler service, a formal dining room for 8 and “his and hers” marble bathrooms with “mother of pearl inlays.” The rooms start at $5,000 per night.

6. The Villas at The Mirage
The rooms marketed as “your private backyard on The Strip” also come with a 24-hour butler service and a private gated entrance. What sets these suites apart is the large, lavish garden where guests can lounge — clothing optional. Reservations and rates are by contact-only.

7. The Six Bedroom Palazzo Suite at Rio
Yes … six bedrooms. In this celebrity favorite, starting at $8,800 per night, guests have access to balcony hot tubs, a Neoclassic decor and a separate dining table fit for the President.

8. Napoleon Suite at Paris Las Vegas
“Travel back to the French Revolution era and live like a king (or queen) in this Versailles-styled Paris Las Vegas suite,” is how the Paris describes this $4,230-per-night room. This suite features a baby grand piano and five bathrooms with tubs “adorned with drapes.”

9. Sky Villa at The Palms
They say to save the best for last, right? Well, this room has a view that you can’t get anywhere else in the city — straight down the strip from a cantilevered pool enclosed in glass. The room also features a sauna, rotating bed, full bar, car service and 24-hour butler service. The suite is 6,100 square feet and fits up to 8 people. The two-story room starts at $20,000 … which might actually be worth it if you had that kind of money to drop
SOURCE: http://www.reviewjournal.com/trending/silver-state/take-look-9-vegas-most-expensive-suites