The 5 Most Luxurious And Expensive Suites In Las Vegas

A hotel room is a hotel room is a hotel room. Or is it?

In Las Vegas, money talks, and that means hotel rooms range from a cheap place to crash to expansive, world-class villas with amenities fit for the crème de la crème. What kind of amenities, you ask? How about a butler, a private massage room, a movie theater, a sauna, a swimming pool, a full gym? How about all of the above?

While many of the city’s finest accommodations are only available to casino high rollers, others are bookable per night for the cost of a luxury sedan. Here are five of the most expensive suites that money can buy in Las Vegas.

Palms 2-Story Sky Villa


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Palms Casino Resort is known for the posh and playful suites in its iconic Fantasy Tower. One of the tower’s recently redesigned suites is now among the world’s most expensive. Redone from top to bottom as part of $690 million property-wide renovations, the Two-Story Villa on the tower’s 32nd floor goes for $40,000 per night. Once inspired by Hugh Hefner and Playboy, it’s now designed for entertaining with lounge areas, dining space and a large bar. It also offers intimate experiences like a redwood cedar sauna, fitness room, private massage room and 24-hour butler service. You’ll find plenty here to keep you entertained, whether shooting pool or skinny dipping above the Las Vegas Strip in a glass-enclosed cantilever pool.

Nobu Villa


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Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace celebrated five years on the Las Vegas Strip in 2018. The anniversary was accompanied by news of a 10-year extension for the Nobu brand in Las Vegas. “Onward and upward!” said actor and one of the hotel’s founders Robert De Niro at the time, speaking from the terrace of the lavish rooftop Nobu Villa. The three-bedroom, 10,300-square-foot Nobu Villa is an ideal locale for big announcements or intimate gatherings. In addition to the gorgeous indoor spaces, it has the perfect outdoor patio with a full barbeque pit, Robatayaki grill, ping pong table, zen garden and Japanese-inspired onsen tub. Las Vegas Strip energy buzzes around the zenlike open-air space.

Caesars Palace Villas

Up to $25,000/night
Marcus Aurelius Villa

Located off the , the opulent villas at Caesars Palace are the property’s crown jewel. The 9,500-square-foot Marcus Aurelius Villa, also known as the Spanish Villa, features luxurious amenities including an exotic fish tank, a double-sided fireplace, a grand piano, a billiard room, whirlpool spa, fire pit and media room with high-end massage chairs. The 11,200 square feet Titus Villa, also known as the British Villa, has many of the same amenities, plus direct access to the resort’s pools.

Aria Sky Suites

Up to $7,500/night

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With private check-in and expansive views, the Sky Suites atop Aria Resort & Casino range up to 2,060 square feet. The suites include separate living, powder and master bedrooms; and a serene spa-inspired bathroom. Guests also have a 24-hour butler and access to a private pool. The Sky Suites have won many accolades over the years including the Forbes Five-Star Award.

Boulevard Penthouses at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

$1 million buy-in

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The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas recently upped its game with the introduction of the exclusive Boulevard Penthouses on the top floors of the Boulevard Tower. Ranging in size from 2,000 to 5,000 square feet, the 21 penthouses were individually designed by three world-class design teams. The penthouses are reserved for the resort’s most elite clientele–lucrative high-end international players. All you have to do is drop seven figures in the casino and you may qualify to stay here. You’ll also have access to a private jet service with a curated in-flight menu of items from the resort’s acclaimed restaurant collection.