5 of the Most Uber-Luxurious Suites in Las Vegas

by Kelsey Blodget on June 28, 2013

Vegas is a city that is decidedly over-the-top, so it’s no wonder that it’s host to some of the most luxurious hotel accommodations in the world. We’ve selected five of the city’s most jaw-dropping, high-roller-worthy suites that we think embody modern Las Vegas decadence. Forget the kitsch and tacky opulence of yore; these beauties are sleek, sophisticated, and, well, pricey.

The Villas at The Mirage, Las Vegas

The Villas at The Mirage, Las Vegas

The Villas at The Mirage, Las Vegas

The Villas at the Mirage have an affirmed reputation as havens for high-rollers and A-listers — and it’s no wonder. The private gated entrance ensures extra privacy, and each villa comes with its own heated pool, putting green, and 24-hour butler. See more photos of Villas at the Mirage

Penthouse A at the Palms Casino Resort

Penthouse A at the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

Penthouse A at the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas

This off-the-Strip hotel is known for its crazy parties and celebrity stopovers, and there are certainly A-lister-worthy accommodations on offer. Penthouse A has a fireplace, private pool on an outdoor terrace, pool table, and stunning views. See more photos of Penthouse A

SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand

The Two-Bedroom Loft at SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, Las Vegas

The Two-Bedroom Loft at SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, Las Vegas

Skylofts is the luxury section of MGM Grand, offering some of the most exclusive accommodations not just within the hotel but in Vegas. All of the rooms are one-, two-, and three-bedroom duplex lofts (they start at 1,400 square feet) with big living areas and sophisticated but understated urban decor; prices are usually upwards of $1,000 a night. High-end extras include airport transfers in a Rolls-Royce Ghost limousine. See more photos of the Two-Bedroom Loft

Penthouse Suite at the Bellagio

The Penthouse Suite at the Bellagio, Las Vegas

The Penthouse Suite at the Bellagio, Las Vegas

This 3,933-room Italian “villa” is the embodiment of Vegas luxury — an extravagant five-pool courtyard; formal room service; a superb fitness center and spa; the best buffet on the Strip; and attractions like the indoor botanical gardens and the famous dancing fountains. The stunning Penthouse Suites start at a whopping 1,500 square feet, and come with sprawling living and dining areas, wet bars, and whirlpool tubs. See more photos of the Penthouse Suite

Executive Hospitality Suite at the Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas

The Executive Hospitality Suite at the Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas

The Executive Hospitality Suite at the Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas

A 4,004-room mega-resort, Aria stands as the shiny centerpiece of the $11 billion City Center, opened in December 2009. Everything at Aria is done on a grand scale, from the soaring ceilings to the 16 restaurants, and not at the expense of good service, either. The 2,000-square-foot Executive Hospitality Suite is one of the hotel’s most luxurious offerings, and has its own private 12-person conference room. See more photos of the Executive Hospitality Suite

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Raul Herrera July 1, 2013 at 12:16 pm

Has an article been done on Vegas Timeshares…from Best to Worst…?

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