September 13, 2010
Las Vegas, Nevada
MGM Grand SkyLofts
The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa at the Palms resort
Situated in the heart of the Nevada Desert, Las Vegas is undoubtedly The Entertainment Capital of the World and best known for its for gambling, shopping and fine dining. Over 39.2 million people visit Las Vegas each year with a combined spend of billions of dollars.
In addition to being a major tourist attraction, Las Vegas has also become one of the ultimate playgrounds for the World’s rich and famous. This has fuelled a massive boom in luxury hotels, each competing to be the best and most unique. Here are our top 3 most luxurious hotel suites on the strip…
The Hugh Hefner Sky Villa
Inspired by the notorious playboy himself, The Palms offers the most expensive suite on the strip. Costing $40,000 per night, the Sky Villa boasts 10,000 square feet and 2 floors of pure entertainment. It has its own glass elevator which takes you to the second floor and an infinity pool that literally spills out onto the balcony – with the playboy logo imprinted on the bottom of course.
Asides from the impressive 8 foot rotating bed – complete with mirrors on the ceiling, there is a massage room, screening room, private gym, 8 person hot tub and sauna. You can also bring the casino to your room with a poker table and the pop-up plasma TV screens.
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The MGM Grand brings all of the latest technology to one room. Gadget-enthusiasts will be in their element in the MGM’s luxurious suite. There are iPod docks that play throughout the loft, remote controls that operate everything from the TV and DVD player to the curtains, temperature and lighting, and laptops and fax machines to keep you in contact with the outside world.
It will cost you $600 per night for one bedroom or up to $10,000 for three bedrooms, but you are guaranteed to live out a movie star experience. You will also be treated like one with a 24 hour butler service who will pack and unpack your suitcases, and an airport greeting where you will be picked up in a Maybach 62, worth around $400,000.
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The Chairman Suite
The legendary Bellagio hotel has so many treats and luxuries for its guests that there will be no need to leave the suite. For $6,000 per night you can enjoy two master bedrooms, a solarium, whirlpool hot tubs with views of the strip and two 50 inch Plasma TVs.
You will also be able to control all of the electronics around the room, as well as the curtains and lighting with remote controls. The suite provides an indoor garden, complete with a fountain and an L-shaped bar. The Bellagio also offers guests the ultimate exclusivity with their own private check-in at the Executive Suite lounge. There’s even more exclusive offers with a complimentary limo service from the airport, a 24 hour butler service and VIP seating for the Cirque du Soleil show.
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