Fantasy football teams are ready to start drafting their players for the season, and Las Vegas is the perfect place to put together a dream team. Try one of these luxury suites with easy access to bars, sports books, restaurants, nightclubs and pools are ready to host preseason MVPs.
Planet Hollywood Resort’s Panorama and Apex Suites
Make inspired picks in the Apex Suite at Planet Hollywood Resort. Measuring 1,800 square feet, each suite includes a lounge-style living area, a space or a celebratory victory dance, large flat-screens and gorgeous Strip views. Game tables vary from air hockey, ping pong, foosball or pool. The Panorama Suite measures 1,255 square feet and offers a 180-degree view of the Strip and a Hollywood theme, such as James Bond, Marilyn Monroe, Batman, The Wizard Oz and much more. Other features include an oversized soaking tub with retractable wall and multiple flat-screen TVs.
Load Up On Talent at Caesars Palace
Marking its milestone 50th anniversary year, the iconic Caesars Palace is a perfect locale for a truly Vegas draft party. Located on the 50-yard line of the Strip, the resort features Montecristo Cigar Bar with its notable cigar picks paired with fine whiskeys, small bites and more. The 100-seat bar/lounge and gaming area offers guests four distinct experiences to enjoy a smooth cigar and libation — The Signature Bar, The Library, The Courtyard and The Vault Room — each perfect for draft day. Also new, the Signature Level at the recently remodeled Julius Tower offers a number of distinctive suites perfect for bringing your fantasy gridiron glory to life.
A Zen Draft Party in the Nobu Penthouse or Sake Suite
The Nobu Hotel offers the Penthouse Suite, the hotel’s largest, ranging from 2,200 to 4,350 square feet. The suite features a curved staircase with a second-story terrace, a stone hearth wall and leather sofas. The Japanese-inspired suite includes a 90-inch flat-screen TV, a billiard table and a separate dining area. Named after Japanese sake drums, the Sake suite ranges from 1,300 to 1,950 square feet decked out in neutral tones, plum splashes and dark wood. The suite includes a separate media room and a bar area and can include a billiard table upon request. Even better, if you work up an appetite during the big draft, order in-room dining direct from Nobu Restaurant.