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:
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.
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.
3. Mandarin Suite at Mandarin Oriental
4. Sky Suites at Aria
5. Presidential and Chairman suites at Bellagio
6. The Villas at The Mirage
7. The Six Bedroom Palazzo Suite at Rio
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