Planning a bachelor or a bachelorette party? Did you just win the lottery or come into a serious pile of cash? Are you a high stakes gambler who’s been riding a never-ending hot streak? Do you just have a taste for the finer things in life?
Then, you need to check out these absolutely incredible casino hotel suites. These are places where the rich and the famous stay, and they’re also places where casinos put up their highest rollers for the night (or day), enticing them to stay just a little bit longer until the house can regain its edge. Each one is opulent, unique and designed with maximum comfort in mind.
It should come as no surprise that virtually every one of these over the top casino hotel suites is in Las Vegas. There, you can’t take a step without running into a slot machine or a blackjack table, and that means competition is always fierce between the casinos. That extends to the hotels there, as well, which are embroiled in a constant war of trying to outdo the latest extravagance of the last.
If there’s one thing these 27 high roller casino suites have in common, it’s this: They’re all extremely expensive, although some more so than other. After that, though, the comparisons end. Some have private bowling alleys, others have rooftop infinity pools, and one even comes apportioned with its own collection of dominatrix tools.
So click on through, and scope out these stunning high roller suites. We think you’ll be impressed, especially by #25!
1. The Hardwood Suite (The Palms, Las Vegas)
There will be absolutely no doubt that you’ve achieved “baller status” when you’re playing hoops on the basketball court of this $25,000 per night hotel suite.
2. Skylofts (MGM Grand, Las Vegas)
With a pool table and comfortable lounge seating, you simply can’t go wrong in these two-story hotel suites.
3. Penthouse Real World Suite (The Hard Rock, Las Vegas)
Yes, that “Real World”. This suite was the backdrop for a season of MTV’s long-running series, and it boasts its own bowling alley in addition to other luxurious amenities.
4. The Royal Suite (Mohegan Sun, Connecticut)
Offering views of the surrounding wooded landscape, this suite measuring 3,500 square feet is perhaps the finest hotel room in all of Connecticut.
5. Forum Tower Emperor Suite (Caesars Palace, Las Vegas)
You’ve seen this one before. It’s been in a staggering number of films. Perhaps you remember Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise staying here in “Rainman”?
6. Penthouse Suites (Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City)
Providing stunning views of Atlantic City, the Penthouse Suites at the Trump Taj Mahal feature elevated master suites and luxurious European décor.
7. Three-Bedroom Duplex Apartment (Encore at Wynn, Las Vegas)
At almost 6,000 square feet, this suite with three master bedrooms has a billiards room that offers panoramic views of the Las Vegas skyline.
8. The Rockstar Suite (The Chelsea, Atlantic City)
Located on the top floor, this stunning casino hotel suite offers incredible views of the Atlantic and also features a private balcony.
9. Sky Villas (Aria, Las Vegas)
Ranging from 2,000 to 7,000 square feet, the Sky Villas at Aria are two stories and boast some of the best views on the Strip.
10. Presidential Strip View Suites (The Four Seasons, Las Vegas)
Running about $3,000 per night, these suites at the Four Seasons offer stunning views of the entire Las Vegas strip and are done in art deco style.
11. Hugh Hefner Sky Loft (The Palms, Las Vegas)
With a Playboy-themed infinity pool jutting out into the Las Vegas skyline, this is arguably the best hotel suite in all of Vegas for hosting a bachelor party.
12. The Barbie Suite (The Palms, Las Vegas)
It’s all pink, black, and more pink in this swanky hotel suite in the Palms that’s themed after every little girl’s favorite doll.
13. Tower Suites (Wynn, Las Vegas)
Each with a wet bar and a billiards room, you may not even want to leave these high-end, 6,000 square foot suites.
14. Chairman’s Suite (The Venetian, Las Vegas)
This unbelievable suite decorated with ancient art at The Venetian in Las Vegas is so over the top that you’re going to need an invitation to stay there.
15. Nobu Hotel Penthouse (Nobu at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas)
Recently named one of the finest hotel suites in the world, this two-story suite has a tasteful spiral staircase and boasts a 90-inch 3D television.
16. Penthouse Suites (Hotel32 at Monte Carlo, Las Vegas)
Running up to $1,200 a night, this isn’t the most expensive casino suite on the list, but it doesn’t skimp on luxury. Be sure to check out the hydrotherapy tubs.
17. The Kingpin Suite (The Palms, Las Vegas)
You’ll be a high roller both literally and figuratively when you bowl a few frames in this suite’s regulation-sized bowling alley.
18. Octavius Villas (Caesars Palace, Las Vegas)
Each of these villas cost approximately $15 million to build and comes complete with a personal butler and a private elevator.
19. The Presidential Suite (Bellagio, Las Vegas)
At 4,075 square feet, this suite has an indoor garden and even a private conference room if you need to conduct business while you’re on the strip.
20. Anthology Villas (Caesars Palace, Las Vegas)
With completely private patios, as well as completely private pools, the Anthology Villas at Caesars Palace can be your home away from the bustle of the Strip.
21. The Provocateur Penthouse Suite (Hard Rock, Las Vegas)
Feeling adventurous? Then you might appreciate the dominatrix accessories that litter this casino suite, as well as the silhouettes of naked women that you’ll find in the shower.
22. PH Boulevard Suite (Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas)
You’ll feel like a celebrity from Hollywood on a weekend vacation when you stay in one of these fabulous suites.
23. Rio Presidential Suite (Rio, Las Vegas)
The fact that this high roller’s suite comes with its own private rooftop pool should be enough of a reason to include it on this list.
24. Emperor Suite (Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas)
For those with a flair for the modern, this opulent 3,000 square foot suite is done in black and white colors and comes complete with a private fitness.
25. The Napoleon Suite (Paris, Las Vegas)
If you’re looking to live like royalty, then you can do no better than this hotel suite. It would make Louis XIV blush!
26. Marcus Aurelius Villa (Caesars Palace, Las Vegas)
As one of the most expensive in Las Vegas, this suite oozes luxury from the grand foyer all the way to the game room and the private terrace.
27. The Villas (The Mirage, Las Vegas)
Each of these private suites comes apportioned with the finest furniture that money can buy, along with a private backyard complete with swimming pool.