It’s no secret that hotels in Las Vegas are known for their high-rollers special suites, but The Venetian’s luxurious Chairman Suites raise the stakes entirely. There are only five of them available and they are offered by invitation-only. However, if you should be fortunate enough to stay in one of these lavish suites, you’ll be in for an unforgettable Sin City experience.
From the moment you walk into the gorgeous mosaic-tiled entryway and step past the running fountain, you’ll notice some subtle differences to The Venetian’s Italian-inspired design aesthetic. The Chairman Suites more closely resemble an Asian-themed palatial palace, which envelops you in its serene atmosphere upon entering the sprawling 8,000 square feet abode. As for the the luxurious amenities, each suite comes with its own private entrance which allows for your personal butler to get you just about anything you could possibly request. If you’re feeling a little run down from all your high-stakes poker playing, the Chairman Suites even have their own state-of-the art gym and spa, where professional aestheticians from the Canyon Ranch Spa will give you a customized facial and deep-tissue massage. You won’t lack for entertainment options either, as the suites boast 27 plasma TVs, an eight-seat private movie theater and your own karaoke room. When it’s time to finally kick back, you can do so near one of the three fireplaces, or the patio which has an impressive view of the Strip.
Even if you’re not a high-roller, you can still request to reserve one of the Chairman Suites, but you’d better have some serious bank, as these run from $10,000 to $15,000 a night. For that price, you are assured to live like royalty and lack for nothing during the duration of your stay.
The Chairman Suites at the Venetian are the very definition of Las Vegas luxury and certainly ensure you are treated like the highest of high rollers. For those looking to experience the most exclusive Sin City stay, this is where you want to be.
3355 South Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89109
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