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The 20 best Las Vegas hotel suites

These Las Vegas hotel suites are what dreams are made of: beautiful rooms, incredible amenities and breathtaking views

Photograph: Barbara Kraft

Looking to have an out-of-the-ordinary great experience at the best Las Vegas hotels? Think private pools, secret gardens, 24-hour butler service, Rolls Royce airport pickup and much more. When Las Vegas does luxury, it’s on a whole different level—usually a higher one, the better to absorb the city’s breathtaking views. Whether you swoon for glam design or in-room bowling alleys, there’s a suite here with your name on it, provided you have the cash to answer the call. Sure, spending a year’s college education on a single night’s stay might sound crazy, but this is Las Vegas, where spoiling yourself is practically required—so go ahead and book a stay at the best Las Vegas hotel suites. On a budget? Worry not: Check out our guide to the best cheap hotels in Las Vegas… Or scrape up some extra cash while trying your luck at the best Las Vegas casinos.

Best Las Vegas hotel suites

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Nobu Villa at Nobu Hotel

Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift and P. Diddy are just three of the many stars who have bunked at this breathtaking enclave atop the Nobu Tower at Caesars Palace, where quiet sophistication supplants the in-your-face opulence so popular on the Strip. Here, the design is sleek and modern, refreshingly minimalist and absent any superfluous gilding or sheen. Rather, what you get is a 10,300-square-foot zen retreat complete with game room, sauna, steam shower and a 4,700-square-foot outdoor terrace made for entertaining. If it weren’t crowning a Vegas casino, the Nobu Villa could easily pass for one of its famous guests’ private homes. $35,000 per night

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West Las Vegas
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Chairman Suite at the Venetian

Straight out of a very classy episode of MTV Cribs, this massive three-bedroom suite is made for visitors looking to ball in Las Vegas (or for those who consider lavishness the essence of life). The nearly 8,000-square-foot space has been designed for maximum drama, from the entrance—­­­­­­boasting Italian marble and a waterfall feature—to the living area, with a bar and a baby grand piano. Flat screen TVs have been installed just about everywhere, including next to the jetted tub and inside the media room, where you’ll find 17 plasma screens. Want more? Depending on availability, your suite may feature a cedar sauna, workout room or humidor. Finer things in life and all that. Price upon request

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The Strip
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Two-bedroom villa at the Bellagio

When discretion is paramount and luxury a priority, the Bellagio’s two-bedroom villas are in order. More akin to European estates than your average Strip hotel room, these 6,500-square-foot enclaves feature an array of in-suite amenities, so you can avoid dealing with inconveniences like walking or, well, other people. Workout facility, massage room, dry sauna, hair salon—all are available inside your private villa, along with a kitchen, formal dining room and personal garden terrace with a pool and whirlpool. And should your lavish environs evoke a need for Dom Pérignon or PBR, check out the fully stocked bar or ask for help from your butler, who is on call 24/7. Price upon request

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The Strip
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Skylofts at MGM Grand

When was the last time you browsed a pillow menu? A selection of plush headrests comes standard at the MGM Grand Skylofts, where one- to three-bedroom suites range from 1,400-6,000 square feet and provide a host of amenities, from infinity edge whirlpool tubs to in-loft massages to video game systems and environment remotes. But the real draw here is the service. Think complimentary airport pick-ups in a Rolls Royce or Maybach, “dream butlers” to attend to turndown service and personal concierges to make sure your experience is utterly enchanting. An added perk: access to the über exclusive Mansion at MGM, where you can indulge in a decadent meal, use the pool or just marvel at the secret estate modeled after an 18th-century Tuscan villa. $750 to $10,000 per night

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West Las Vegas
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Chairman’s Suite at the Bellagio

It all starts upon your arrival, via limo, to the Chairman’s Lounge for a private check-in amid posh surroundings. Next, you’ll cross a suspended walkway to arrive in an exclusive corner of the casino resort where the Chairman’s Suite awaits. The prime post ticks off all the boxes: Spacious master bedrooms? Yes, two. Spa-like bathrooms? Two more, complete with whirlpool tubs, steam showers and his-and-her facilities. Living room? Of course, with an L-shaped bar and an indoor garden. Still not sold? This swanky spot also offers a solarium, fireplace and conference room, and should you be traveling with staff, suites for your entourage are available on the same floor. From $7,000 per night

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The Strip
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The Boulevard Penthouses at Cosmopolitan

When the Cosmopolitan decided to create 21 swanky penthouse suites across the top four floors of its Boulevard tower, it didn’t just take proposals from one designer or two. It commissioned three renowned interior designers to deliver seven unique spaces apiece, that range from lusciously glam to chicly mod to boldly art deco. Between the windows offering sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip, you’ll find cheeky touches like a birdcage swing, a life-size Pegasus statue and glass-enclosed showers, set like showcases, in the middle of the bathroom. Each one has its own original personality—just like you. Price upon request

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The Strip
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Fairway Villas at Wynn

Casino mogul Steve Wynn once lived in one of the Fairway Villas at his eponymous casino, and if it’s good enough for Steve, well, you’ll probably find it just fine. Of course, fine is an understatement for these airy sanctuaries with big, gracious windows and private balconies that encourage indoor/outdoor living. Sip on champagne while you watch the sun set over the city then retreat to your living room or one of two master bedrooms with marble baths and infinity-edge smoking tubs. Twice daily, housekeeping will maintain the space’s pristine loveliness and your personal butler can attend to any requests. Though once you’re inside a Fairway villa, it’s hard to imagine needing anything else. Price upon request

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The Strip
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The Villas at The Mirage

True luxury is personal. That’s the prevailing message inside these exclusive accommodations accessed through a private gated entrance at the Mirage. “Sold on a very limited basis,” the Villas are all about catering to your every whim and wish. Want silk sheets instead of cotton? No problem. Prefer a facial in your private backyard? Right away. The concierge would be happy to stock the bar with your liquors of choice, and if your kid needs something to cuddle with, the staff will supply a Radio Flyer cart overflowing with options. But perhaps the biggest selling point is the backyard, a private oasis with heated pool, hot tub, putting green and lounges. Come for a weekend and you may never want to leave. From $3,000 per night

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Emperor Suite at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

Set on the Mandarin’s 21st floor, the hotel’s largest one-bedroom suite stretches over 3,000 square feet of tastefully appointed real estate with floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the Strip’s sparkling skyline. Of course, the inside isn’t so bad either: Think modern decor in black and white, an open floor plan, a media room with Bang & Olufsen surround sound and a private fitness zone with a stationary bike and a Technogym Kinesis Wall for resistance training. Should you have the urge to entertain, the dining room seats eight and a baby grand piano beckons in the living room. Airport transfer and use of the spa is included in your stay. From $5,000 per night

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The Strip
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Aria Sky Villas

Top of the line is also top of the world inside the Aria Sky Suites, where soaring windows offer a birds-eye view and Las Vegas spreads before you like a magic carpet. The Villas, which range in size from 2,000 to 7,000 square feet, are a contemporary take on luxury, with sleek furnishings and amenities big (like private saunas, billiard rooms and full kitchens) and small (a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and chocolate-covered strawberries upon arrival). And with the elevated accommodations comes elevated service: luxury airport transfer, private check-in, in-villa spa treatments, access to the private Sky Pool and in-villa dining from any of Aria’s restaurants. Steak in your PJs? Sounds good. $3,500 to $7,500 per night

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