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Las Vegas is a popular tourist destination. The excitement of Sin City is hard to deny the call to explore the Strip, and it's secrets. If you're only in Las Vegas, Nevada to see world-class musicians perform, or to use the city only as a base to explore nearby national parks, it may be worth investigating the Strip's plethora of hospitality and treat yourself to a chic suite in a five-star resort. If you plan on winning it big at poker, there's a luxurious hotel room in Las Vegas beckoning you to kick back and enjoy the hedonistic perks of living the high life (even if it's limited to a short vacation). It's time to put on your robe, relax and have an adult beverage while we explore the most expensive hotel rooms in Las Vegas.

Seven out of Ten of the World's Largest Hotels are Limited to Las Vegas, Nevada

There are luxury hotel rooms and suites that are somewhat affordable for many people treating themselves to a high-class holiday with spa services, private dining with wait-staff, concierge considerations, and award-winning restaurants on-site. The more exclusive accommodations aren't suitable for everyone and are unfortunately limited to guests who can afford $25,000 or more per night. Who knows maybe you'll win at Roulette and be able to splash out on the exquisite villas and suites of the super-rich.

Here are a few hotels that offer superb service without the crippling price tag:

  • The Bellagio has a 1000 water fountains that sparkle with a light and music show. The Bellagio Conservatory and Gardens offer a natural respite from the neon glow of the Strip. The refined guestrooms, suites, and villas are graciously appointed with high thread-count bedding, elegant furnishings, and only organic toiletries. Many suites and villas offer refreshing views of Lake Bellagio.
  • SLS Las Vegas holds the only historical spot for legendary performers like Elvis Presley, Judy Garland, and Frank Sinatra. In 2014, a 415 million dollar renovation was completed. The renowned French designer Phillipe Starck oversaw the remodel of the 1600 guestrooms and suites. Time doesn't have anything on the SLS Las Vegas; it'll be hosting icons for another century.
  • The Four Seasons Las Vegas is an institution, a time-honored tradition with the notoriety of a five-star resort. This hotel offers guests a private entrance on Las Vegas Boulevard where they can enter the sanctuary of the Four Seasons limited to floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay Tower. Guests will enjoy award-winning fine dining at Charlie Palmer Steak, or they can partake in the bespoke services available at the Forbes five-star spa.
  • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Autograph Collection is an older resort, but being a little long in the tooth doesn't keep the property limited to providing essential services. The Cosmopolitan is a destination only in of itself. Guests can stretch out and relax on their private terraces, extensive living spaces outfitted with lush details. The hotel has a 100,000 square foot casino on-site, a panoramic pool, and the Sahra Spa and Hamman - both which have won many awards, time and time again.

Only for the Wealthy

Sin City is home to gambling, prostitution, greed, and loads of other human vices. Of course, sin isn't limited to only the Strip, but the city is home to five of the world's largest hotels. Let's look within some of these hotels to explore only the most expensive and luxurious accommodations in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Sky Villa at the Palms Casino Resort is a two story suite with a personal, all glass elevator, a cantilevered pool that stretches beyond the balcony, so swimmers aren't limited in their view of the city below them. One night in the Sky Villa runs approximately $35,000!

The Titus Villa of Caesars Palace is indeed a remarkable accommodation. The villa is limited to a mere 11,200 square feet with three, expansive bedrooms decked in fine, Pima bedding, and opulent furnishings. The silk-upholstered walls, media room, and secluded garden and private spa make $25,000 per night a deal for this time.

Last, but certainly not least is the Mansion at the MGM Grand. The affluence of Tuscany, Italy inspires the Mansion. Guests enjoy the 24-hour butler service, private (indoor) swimming pool, and options of one, two, three, or four bedroom villas each inspired by Florentine tradition. Limousine and concierge services are always on hand for guests of the Mansion. The website doesn't state a price per night, but is limited to the statement, "for qualified guests only."


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