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Top 5 Vegas Casino Suites

Vegas is known for its affluence and glamour. Some of the most expensive hotels in the world are in Vegas, set beneath a backdrop of casinos and cash prizes. Here at bgo Casino we explore some of the best Vegas suites based on glamour, look and style.

Hardwood Suite at Palms

Basketball lovers behold! A dream 10,000 square foot suite kitted out with a basketball half-court, scoreboard and locker room. Plus, if you’re feeling extra extravagant then the Palms will even throw in cheerleaders – all for $25,000 a night. Additional amenities include a pool table, Jacuzzi, full bar and an abundance of flat screen TVs for you to watch the highlights. If you’ve a reason to celebrate (of course you will!) then there’s a full bar and 24-hour butler service – perfect for that All-Star treatment.

Spanish Suite at Caesar’s Palace

Made famous in the 2009 film The Hangover, Caesar’s Palace offers guests the opportunity to live like an emperor in their spectacular suites. Popular for bachelor parties and casino lovers, the marbled luxury of the Palace has its draws. With poolside drinking and gambling, this extravagant hotel in Las Vegas spreads over 300,000 square feet. Offering the ultimate Vegas experience, villas such as The Spanish Villa are likely to set you back a whopping $40,000.

Chairman Suite at the Venetian

The Venetian is a hotel and casino that just keeps on giving. Having featured on a list of largest casinos not too long ago, the Venetian’s Chairman Suite has made this one too. With Asian-influenced design, oriental antiques and hand-woven rugs, it’s no wonder why these suites cost $5 million each and $15,000 a night. Spanning 10,000 square feet, each are complete with plasma screens, karaoke rooms, a sauna and a gym. The Chairman Suite appeals to the elite traveller and has its very own private entrance, marbled flooring and luxurious bathroom with jetted tubs.

One-Eighty Suite at Red Rock

Red Rock Casino, Resort and Spa in Las Vegas offers the perfect balance between high-roller gaming hotel and spectacular comfort and luxury. Located on the 20th floor, The One-Eighty is an expansive suite that oozes sophistication and style. It’s main offering, and the biggest draw is the breath-taking 180 degree (hence the name) view across the strip. At 6,500 square foot, the interior is packed with plush furnishings, a large entertainment system and even an in-bedroom Jacuzzi. Head out on to the terrace and you can not only enjoy the views, but the expansive pool area, billiard table and outdoor dining. At a nightly rate of $15,000, it’s no wonder A-listers have been seen checking in to the Red Rock resort.

The Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons

Looking for the ultimate indulgence? Then you’ll love The Presidential Suite. With 360-degree panoramic views from the floor-to-ceiling windows, you can take in the sights of the Las Vegas strip from the 1,500 square foot suite. This stylish retreat is the epitome of Vegas glamour, complete with elegant four-poster beds, deluxe dining and kitchen facilities, as well as an all-round entertainment system. Whether you’re a casino go-getter, visiting for business or pleasure – the Presidential Suite can cater for every need for as little as $3,000 a night.

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  • Totalrewards.com
  • Forbestravelguide.com
  • Simplyweddings.tv
  • Venetian.com
  • Redrock.sclv.com
30 July 2014
Category: casino  general 

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