Las Vegas is well known for its opulence. Whether it be the lavish restaurants, world-class entertainment, or casino floors that stretch the size of half a dozen football pitches, the city is the definition of luxury. So of course the hotels are a little fancy too.
Sin City has some of the most extravagant suites on the planet with unrivalled views, and comfort that will make you never want to leave. We take a look at five of the best suites on the strip for you to check into…
The Boulevard Suite, The Cromwell
The Cromwell is relatively new to the strip, opening in February last year and has quickly established itself as one of the most stunning hotel casinos in Vegas.
The Boulevard Suite which starts at around $745 per night mark has a spectacular view over Vegas with plush, relaxed décor and even a pinball machine for those who want the gaming to continue upstairs.
Lago Media Suite, The Palazzo
At the very end of the strip lies The Palazzo, and it’s certainly worth the walk up with the Lago Media Suite being a truly splendid stay. With entertainment including a grand piano, pool table, and media room you won’t want to head out onto the strip, and with online gaming licensed in Nevada, you can bring the casino to you, playing the likes of onlineroulette.org.uk from the comfort of your irresistibly comfortable sofa.
The Sake Suite, Nobu Hotel, Caesars Palace
When one of the partners of a hotel is Robert De Niro, you know it’s not going to be short of quality, and that’s exactly what you get. The Sake Suite, named after the Japanese sake drums, is over 1,300 square feet and creates a beautifully calm feel with its dark woods and purple tones.
With a separate media room and its own bar area, the suite is a real VIP experience giving you access to a private pool, that’s if you can drag yourself away from the actual suite itself.
Real World Suite, Hard Rock Hotel
Of course suites are usually reserved for the rock and roll stars of the planet, and at the Hard Rock Hotel you can live the life of a rock star yourself in the Real World Suite.
Located in the casino tower, it has all you could imagine, ranging from a spa, to a pool table, to even a bowling alley. It’s your chance to be Mick Jagger even for an evening with a fully stocked bar in an ultra-modern suite that is the perfect place to party.
Sky Villas, Aria
Priced at around $3,500 you get a lot for your money in the Sky Villas at the glorious Aria hotel. With panoramic windows, you can take in every second of the most exciting city in the world, looking down whilst you enjoy all what’s going on inside. And there’s a lot.
It’s been awarded the Forbes Five Star, and it’s no surprise. With modern furnishings, and comfy ones at that, its sleek, sophisticated, and perfectly located, smack bang in the middle of the strip.