The Best Presidential Suites in Las Vegas

Back in 1989, Vegas was a gambling town, but didn’t have the glitz and glamour it has now. That is, until Steve Wynn came along and opened the Mirage. When it opened, it was the most expensive hotel and casino ever built at $630 million. Aside from shark tanks in the lobby and a pair of tiger taming magicians, it ushered in an era of luxury hotel accommodations as the standard all other hotels had to meet in Vegas. And did Las Vegas ever respond. Now you can find just about any type of luxury accommodations you can dream of, from those fit for a president to those fit for a star. Here’s a look at the best suites in Las Vegas that will have you set up in the best luxury accommodations.