Las Vegas: the city of sins, sexy secrets, and, of course, all things over-the-top. But then again, who doesn’t expect a lavish lifestyle when in this incredible city? Extravagance is to be expected here. Our readers demand and rightfully deserve to know about the best amenities the city has to offer. That’s why we’ve took it upon ourselves to let you in on some of the most mind-bowing hotel rooms and suites in the “One Night in Vegas” article in our Vegas-themed edition. Fox News recently detailed the 10 most expensive suites in the City of Sin, and rest assured, whatever your desire and taste, these suites have you covered, and some of the amenities may make you never want to leave the glitz-filled city. But you can be the judge.
Take for instance MGM Grand’s Skylofts. The lofts offer an impeccable mix of high-tech and high-end comforts that will tickle anyone’s fancy. Airport pickup is in a Maybach 62 and butlers will unpack and pack up your belongings for you. The remote controls operate everything from music to drapes. There are even anti-fog TV’s installed in the bathroom mirrors to ensure you don’t miss a second of your favorite programs.
“Here at Skylofts, you have the essence of luxury, privacy, and true elegance in the heart of Las Vegas, but you feel like you’re away from Las Vegas,” says David Federico, Skyloft’s general manager. Sounds good to us!
If you’re more in the mood for a themed atmosphere, The Palms is your best bet. The notorious “Hugh Hefner Sky Villa” is one of the more popular suites. It features a rotating bed, plenty of mirrors of course, and it’s splashed with vibrant, sexy reds and whites. And we can’t forget the leather. There’s also an NBA-themed suite located in the Fantasy Tower which includes a half court. And if bowling is more your thing, there’s a suite for that too.
Remember the 2002 season of MTV’s Real World? Their previous home, what is now presently a suite, is another option to reside in.
“If you’re in Las Vegas, I don’t care what age you are, you’re going to go out, you’re going to go do something and you’re going to have fun. So the idea of creating these special suites for these particular moments, that was the whole concept,” says George Maloof, owner of The Palms Casino Resort.
Palms Place penthouses run around $9,000 per night on weekends. Others around town range in price from just under $1,000 and on up to $40,000. Pick your palace but remember the infamous saying, “what happens in Vegas says in Vegas.”