Luxury4Play.com banner

1 - 20 of 21 Posts

·
THE ONLY MAN THAT CAN™
Joined
·
23,169 Posts
Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Top Ten Most Expensive Suites in Las Vegas

Sky Villas at the Palms -- $25,000 and up

The Palms offers four single-story Sky Villas ($25,000), a pair of two-story Sky Villas ($35,000) and the Hugh Hefner Suite ($40,000). The suites feature indoor waterfalls, private poker rooms and outdoor cantilevered jacuzzis. Ranging in size from 6,000 to 9,000 square feet, all of them have private spas that include steam rooms and saunas. You'll find them at The Palms.
www.palmsfantasy.com | 866.725.6773


The Fantasy Towers at Palms: Kingpin Suite -- $15,000

The Kingpin Suite is designed to party: two regulation-size bowling lanes, a multi-screen media center, pool table and floor-to-ceiling windows. The 4,240 square-foot suite on the 25th floor has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, the requisite Jacuzzi, and is designed with a hip retro interior. Recent celebrity occupants include TV's Girls Next Door -- 15 Plaboy Playmates celebrating their friend Kendra's 21st birthday. Only at The Palms.
www.palmsfantasy.com | 866.725.6773


Caesars Artemis and Neptune Villas -- Casino-invited guests only

Four years ago the elegant Palace Court restaurant was transformed into two luxury villas reserved for specially invited casino guests. Both 8,000 square foot suites overlook the Garden of the Gods pool, have guarded private entrances, and offer full 24-hour butler service. The Neptune Villa has a subtle sea theme with private humidor and wine cellar and the rare addition of a barber's chair off the main bedroom. The Artemis Villa has a billiard room as well as a virtual golf course by Full Golf Swing that allows you to select between 50 professional courses. And yes, Oprah stayed here. Only at Caesars Palace
www.caesars.com | 702.731.7110


SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand -- $800 to $10,000

These 1,400 to 6,000 square foot luxury lofts feature one to three bedrooms, 24-foot floor-to-ceiling windows, and custom Bang & Olufsen audio and visual entertainment amenities. Suite service includes an airport pick-up in a Maybach '62 sedan and preferred seating at MGM Grand shows and celebrity restaurants. Other perks include an in-loft espresso machine, personalized stationery, use of a laptop, and a plasma TV mounted over an Infinity spa tub.
www.skyloftsmgmgrand.com | 877.646.5638


Bellagio Chairman and Presidential Suites -- $5,000

The Bellagio recently introduced the Chairman and the Presidential Suites with the new Spa Tower. Suite fees include limousine pick-up, 24-hour butler service, VIP seating for Cirque du Soleil's "O" and reservations at any of the MGM Mirage shows and restaurants. Each room in The Bellagio has its own solarium, 14-foot ceilings, fireplace, bar, and a dramatic reflection pool entrance.
www.bellagio.com | 888.987.6667


Wynn Fairway Villas -- $5,000 to $7,500

With a private VIP entrance, the 36 Fairway Villas at Steve Wynn's signature resort overlook the only golf course on the Strip. All rooms have 24-hour butler service that includes preparing personal meals, or procuring a rare bottle of wine. The most inviting amenity exists on the 12 first-floor suites, where each room has its own Infinity pool overlooking the golf course. Guests at the Fairway Villas also have access to the Steve Wynn's custom fleet of Bentley automobiles, which boasts four Arnage RL limousines and four Silver Spurs.
www.wynnlasvegas.com | 888-320-WYNN


Four Seasons 180-Degree Suite -- $2,250 to $3,500

Despite having a larger suite in the house (The Presidential Suite), the 180-Degree Suite is the most brag-worthy collection of rooms. Vegas lovers will croon over the breathtaking view of the Strip from the 35th or 39th floor, and non-gamblers will enjoy the fact that the Four Seasons, high atop the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, is completely free of the whir and buzz of slot machines. The rooms at the Four Seasons feel more like an elegant residence than a hotel, and sunrise over the city more than makes up for the lack of butler service.
www.fourseasons.com/lasvegas | 702.632.5000


Venetian Presidential Suites -- Casino-invited guests only

The Venetian, known for its elegant rooms, has even more to offer in the Presidential Suites. The rooms are located on the 34th to 36th floors, and each suite occupies more than 5,000 square feet. Guests can enjoy an eight-seat theater room, two spa bathtubs and steam showers, an exercise room and dry sauna, and three fireplaces made from Venetian marble. There's even a piano to play if you're not too busy having fun at the most raved about club in town--Tao.
www.venetian.com | 877.857.1861


Monte Carlo's 32nd Floor -- $550 to $5,000

The 32nd floor of the Monte Carlo is a private concierge floor devoted to deluxe rooms and penthouse suites. These spacious rooms feature oversized spa tubs and steam showers. Patrons also receive limousine transport from the airport, VIP check-in and access to the concierge lounge. Only at the MGM Mirage
www.montecarlo.com | 888.529.4828


Palazzo Suites at the Rio -- Casino-invited guests only

At a hotel filled completely to the brim with suites, it is no surprise that nine would stand above the rest--or hidden behind the rest, if you want to look at it from an availability standpoint. The opulent Palazzo Suites have their own private entrance away from the casino floors, and have been known to be a hideaway for rock stars. The multiroomed suites at the Rio are furnished with antiques and art bought in Paris, London, New York and San Francisco. There is a private pool area with cabanas, and 24-hour butler service is par for the course.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,890 Posts
based on the pics.. i like the
skylofts at mgm grand
kingpin at the palms
the four seasons..

in that order.. maybe i'll splurge for my birthday this year and go in on the skylofts with my friends..:)
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,044 Posts
This is what we need...has the bar lounge, the jacuzzi, the dance club floor, ...everything except the indoor go-kart track hehe, but im sure we could set up some cones on the basketball court lol. Let's get some sponsors together and make this thing happen :D


Courtesy of The Palms


The Fantasy Towers at Palms, Hardwood Suite

Las Vegas: $25,000
Sport fans, rejoice. The only suite in the world with an indoor basketball court, this two-story,10,000-square-foot stunner includes a pool table, full bar with lounge, dance floor, and even an electronic scoreboard to post like the pros. After an intense game, guests can relax in the living room, equipped with a 42" plasma TV, one of three super-sized Murphy beds or the Jacuzzi.
For more info
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,799 Posts
I've only been there once, but the Mansion in MGM is amazing! Each guest has private security with them at all times, and the rooms are literally the size of a small house. I've stayed in some of the nicest suites in Vegas, and NOTHING compares to this. La Dolce Vegas - Forbes.com
 

·
Banned
Joined
·
8,211 Posts
We need to plan a L4P BASH at the Palms. I love that place. Everyone throws down some cash and we get the best suite we can. Need to put a limit on how many people can go, It will be EPIC!!!!!!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
90 Posts
We need to plan a L4P BASH at the Palms. I love that place. Everyone throws down some cash and we get the best suite we can. Need to put a limit on how many people can go, It will be EPIC!!!!!!
I can organize this if we could get enough people who wants to do it. I had a party there back in Nov 2008 and one of the guys in the forum (Verone24) went to the party. He has some pictures of the party posted somewhere in the L4P forum.
 

·
THE ONLY MAN THAT CAN™
Joined
·
23,169 Posts
Discussion Starter #17
Guys, "L4P Ride" from SF to LA to VEGAS is in early June and thats exactly what its for. Lets plan it so when we get to VEGAS we can have a killer time. We will be in VEGAS Sat night and some of us will stay there sunday too. Get ready for some EPIC times.
 

·
THE ONLY MAN THAT CAN™
Joined
·
23,169 Posts
Discussion Starter #18
Good to have you here bro, Verone has been keeping us posted on your party and it looked like good times. Looking forward to meeting you face to face and growing the L4P Family.


I can organize this if we could get enough people who wants to do it. I had a party there back in Nov 2008 and one of the guys in the forum (Verone24) went to the party. He has some pictures of the party posted somewhere in the L4P forum.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
90 Posts
Good to have you here bro, Verone has been keeping us posted on your party and it looked like good times. Looking forward to meeting you face to face and growing the L4P Family.
Thanks for the welcome, RAW. Verone speaks highly of a lot of the guys in L4P so I look forward to meeting everyone.

The party was not really mine. I just put it together and negotiated with the PALMS for the best deal.

BTW, here's the link to Verone's pics...

http://www.luxury4play.com/off-topic/11079-v-i-v-l-s-v-e-g-s.html#post171045
 
1 - 20 of 21 Posts
Top