Las Vegas boasts more than 150,000 hotel rooms, ranging from over-the-top opulence to a budget-friendly way to spread out and spend your time in Sin City.
For those who want to up the ante during their stay, Vegas teems with jaw-droppingly luxe accommodations. We’ve scoured the city for the best hotels in Vegas, and now here are a few of the best suites in Las Vegas to set your sights (and splurge your winnings) on.
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Tucked within Caesars Palace, the first Nobu Hotel (from celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa) provides a Zen-like calm to all who enter. Its Sake Suite, ranging from 1,300 to 1,950 square feet, extends that vibe for a tranquil VIP experience.
The Sake Suite is a minimalist work of art done in achromatic tones, with splashes of rich plum and dark wood. Modern and vibrant nature prints grace the walls. The suite boasts a dining area, a spacious media room and a bar area, perfect for entertaining. Chic touches like Fili D’oro linens, an oversized soaking tub and steam shower, Nobu-exclusive bath products and a stocked minibar curated by Matsuhisa himself complete the ambiance.
Exclusive VIP perks for suite guests include a welcome tea ceremony, private hotel registration, 24-hour in-room Nobu dining, a personal concierge and two VIP line passes to Caesars’ popular Omnia nightclub.
The suite also comes with exclusive access to Venus Pool Lounge, complete with poolside massages, Evian spritzes and chilled fruit skewers, as well as VIP seating at the hotel’s Nobu restaurant (along with two free drinks and a signature dessert platter).
Honestly, though, they’ll have you at “24-hour access to sushi rolls and other Asian delicacies.”
Rates for the Sake Suite start at $2,199 per night.
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Ultra Panorama Suite
The spacious 1,255-square-foot Ultra Panorama Suite earns its name from the epic 180-degree views of the southern Las Vegas Strip, the valley and the mountains beyond.
The suite’s clean design and modern decor are a hallmark of the Planet Hollywood look — stark whites and grays with edgy artwork and pops of reds and purples. The lustrous white sectional couch even comes with a built-in ice bucket to keep your Champagne chilled as you take in your view of the Bellagio fountains light show.
The master bedroom also boasts epic Strip views from the cozy pillow-top bed, as well as a 42-inch plasma TV. There’s a wet bar adjacent to the living room and dining area, excellent for entertaining.
Make time to relish the spalike bathroom. Its oversized soaking tub includes a sliding panel option, so you can look out into the living area and take in the Strip views while pampering yourself with a long bath.
Other standard in-room amenities include a refrigerator, coffee maker, plush robes and a safe. Upgrade to a two-bedroom suite for the ultimate Planet Hollywood stay.
Rates for the Ultra Panorama Suite at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino start at $463 per night.
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Sky Villas at Aria are housed in the resort’s sleek glass tower looming over the center of the Vegas Strip. Last year, the resort debuted an ultraluxe face-lift of seven of the villas, alongside a complete redesign of its 442 Sky Suites — and what a stunner they are.
Villas range in size from 2,000 to 7,000 square feet and showcase 36-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows, full kitchens, formal dining rooms and 24-hour butler service. (One- and two-bedroom Sky Suites range from 1,050 to 2,060 square feet.)
Tech-loving guests will appreciate the dedicated tablets offering digital in-room dining order systems and one-touch spa service reservations. Other intuitive elements include one-touch control of lighting, room temperature, TV and video systems.
Wake up gradually with personalized lighting, curtain opening and your preferred music. A simple “Good night” turns off lights, TV and/or music and shuts curtains.
Guests can expect daily bespoke treats from their personal butler, like hand-rolled cigars, freshly baked mesquite bread and custom-crafted chocolates. And while Sky Suite guests have access to a personal concierge to make their dining reservations, Sky Villa guests are actually escorted to their table by their personal butler (who secured it for them in the first place).
Naturally, there are also in-villa kitchens should you prefer a celebrity chef swinging by to prepare a memorable meal.
Of course, the five-star treatment begins before you even arrive at the hotel. Guests are whisked from the airport in a Rolls-Royce Phantom and greeted by Champagne-toting butlers who personally lead them to their temporary palace.
Rates for Sky Villas range from $7,00 to $12,00 per night (two-bedroom) and from $10,750 to $17,700 per night (three-bedroom). Sky Suites start from $1,100 or $2,000, depending on the date of stay.
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The moment you step into the gilded and frescoed architectural splendor of The Venetian Resort lobby, you know you’re in for an opulent experience. The Penthouse suite, with its marble foyer and decadent touches, just takes things to the next level.
Sumptuous beds are crowned with oversized padded headboards and topped with embellished bolster pillows, and each bedroom includes a separate seating area. The main bedroom boasts a private fireplace and incredible Las Vegas views.
A luxurious sunken living room is appointed with ornate furnishings in soothing creams with gold accents. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows are framed by dramatic gold drapes, with the formal living room featuring a baby grand piano.
So you can stay on top of entertaining or what’s going on in the world, the suite also includes three flat-screen LCD high-definition TVs — one 46-inch in the living room, one in the bedroom and even a 19-inch in the bathroom.
The bathroom is a magnificent retreat featuring sleek marble finishes, a huge jetted tub and high-end bath products.
A recent $50 million, two-year-long renovation of the Tao Beach Dayclub, added Tao Beach, a 47,000-square-foot Balinese-inspired wonderland decked out with comfy daybeds, cabanas and 13 jungle cabanas that include private plunge pools.
The on-site 134,000-square-foot Canyon Ranch spa + fitness, one of the world’s largest day spas, boasts an extensive treatment menu with more than 150 services to choose from.
Rates for a penthouse suite start at around $799 per night.
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Ruby Grand Corner Chamber King
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas opened in 2021, and the vibe at Sir Richard Branson’s Nevada outpost is what you expect from a Virgin brand: Cool. Chic. Fun.
That’s especially true in the Ruby Grand Corner Chamber King suite. The boho-modern desert atmosphere is a refreshing departure from other resorts’ over-the-top brash Vegasness, if you will.
The spacious 700-square-foot Grand Chamber Corner King suite is in the resort’s all-suite Ruby Tower, with expansive city or pool views. An open-concept design, the suite’s layout combines the hallway, closet and bathroom into an overarching living space.
It features a hip sitting area with a vibrant orange couch, and the walls are adorned with several cool pieces of artwork — more than you’d typically find in a hotel room. The sleeping area is separated by privacy doors you can close for additional seclusion.
Suite guests also enjoy an exclusive check-in area and dedicated valet. Another perk of staying here is that Virgin Hotels Las Vegas doesn’t charge a resort fee, a rarity among Vegas resorts.
If a chamber suite is too pedestrian for you, consider going all-in with a stay in Richard’s Flat, a sprawling 4,276-square-foot penthouse on the 16th floor. The over-the-top flat comes complete with three bedrooms, an outdoor patio, soaking tubs, a pool table and a personal bar.
Rates for the Ruby Grand Corner Chamber King room start at $450 per night or around 150,000 Hilton Honors points per night.
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Deluxe Poolside Cabana Suite
Part of the Ceasars Entertainment family, The Linq Hotel is a budget-friendly option right on the Strip, offering suites for a much lower rate than what you’ll find at nearby properties.
This poolside retreat is the ultimate way to level up your day-club experience. Your exclusive stay in a Deluxe Poolside Cabana Suite starts with VIP check-in at the front desk.
While the 300-square-foot guest room may seem small by suite standards, its connected spacious outdoor cabana with direct pool access makes it a worthy splurge.
You’re just steps away from a refreshing dip in the expansive pool, or you can simply lounge on your spacious private patio while you enjoy cocktails delivered straight to your hand.
The Deluxe Poolside Cabana Suite is appointed with a king bed draped in cool cotton twill linens, perfect for an afternoon sun-induced nap or to recharge before your night out on the Strip. Breezy modern furnishings with a punch of color throughout create an upscale casual vibe.
It also comes with a refrigerator, a small work area (if you absolutely have to use it), huge LED flat-screen TVs, conveniently placed USB charging stations and 24-hour room service.
Rates for the Deluxe Poolside Cabana Suites have quite a range, depending on the time of year. They can start at just under $60 (early June weekday) to about $630 (an early October weekend).
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Panoramic Sunset Suite
Opened in late 2020, Circa is one of the newer kids on Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. (Speaking of kids, you’ll need to leave them at home — this is strictly a 21-and-older property.) The 44-story, 777-room resort radiates midcentury-mod Vegas glamour and luxury.
The 1,187-square-foot Panoramic Sunset Suite is no exception. It positively swims in poshness, with gleaming dark furnishings, velvety midnight blues and elegant golds throughout. Embellished ceilings evoke an art deco feel.
This space is designed to entertain — huge 65-inch TVs in every room, banquette seating overlooking the city, a dining area and a wet bar complete with a fridge. The cavernous bathroom features a marble vanity and comes with luxe Balmain-brand products.
Betting guests may be awestruck by Circa’s three-story casino experience. The hotel is home to the world’s largest sportsbook, with a 78-megapixel screen and a 1,000-person viewing capacity.
If the pool’s your thing, rooftop Stadium Swim has you covered. Open every day of the year, the multilevel destination features six pools, eight water couches, a swim-up bar and more than 300 chaise lounges.
Want to do both? You can, thanks to a 40-foot-tall high-definition TV showing multiple games and betting lines for virtually anything.
Rates for the Panoramic Sunset Suite start at $119 per night.
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Wraparound Terrace Suite
Composed of two towers, Chelsea and Boulevard, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features residential-style rooms and suites. Cosmo guests generally skew younger and more international than at some other Vegas hotels, with healthy disposable incomes to spend on the hotel’s high-end shops and bottle service at the Chandelier Bar.
Many rooms feature private terraces and balconies, a rarity on the Strip, and booking a Wraparound Terrace Suite is certainly an excellent way to upgrade your Cosmopolitan stay.
The 1,200-square-foot two-bedroom suite was made to party. It includes a 410-square-foot private terrace with glorious views. It feels like your own upscale city apartment, with contemporary furnishings, chic artwork and even a private laundry room.
The main bedroom is spacious, with a king-size bed and private bath that’s almost as large as the bedroom itself. The bathroom also includes a large walk-in shower.
It features a modern kitchen with a Sub-Zero wine chiller, a refrigerator, minibar, microwave, dishwasher and an oven and stove.
Carve out some time for a casual breakfast at Eggslut, on the second floor of the Boulevard Tower. Its breakfast sandwiches are among the best hotel breakfast options in Las Vegas.
Rates for the Wraparound Terrace Suite start at $390 per night.
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Marc Antony Villa
As one might expect from the iconic Roman-themed Vegas resort, the Marc Antony Villa is 10,000 square feet of unbridled luxury.
Perched atop the 20th floor of the resort’s ritzy Palace Tower, the three-bedroom villa boasts expensive furnishings, an indoor fountain, fireplace, a grand piano, marble baths and a full dining room that is equipped to host the most exclusive parties. It also comes with an 800-square-foot patio complete with an oversized spa pool and fantastic views of the Strip.
Should you manage to tear yourself away from your palatial retreat, you can explore Caesars’ 22 restaurants, 10 bars and Forum shopping center, where the ceiling cycles through 24 hours of the outside sky each hour. Snag a coveted Brighton bag or trendy Balenciaga boots, then refuel from shopping at Amalfi by Bobby Flay or Old Homestead Steakhouse.
Or, luxuriate in the 50,000-square-foot Qua Spa, with not only three Roman baths but also an ice room where it snows indoors.
Villa guests may also take advantage of VIP check-in and Total Rewards Diamond queuing at locations throughout all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts, complimentary butler service and airport limo service.
Rates for the Marc Antony Villa are upward of $15,000 per night. To submit an inquiry to book, call 855-855-9205.
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Since it opened in 2001, the Palms Casino Resort has become one of Vegas’ most popular stays. It was even the swanky backdrop for the 2002 season of MTV’s “The Real World.”
Thanks to a $620 million renovation in 2019, the hotel is now even more spectacular — and that includes the exclusive Sky Villas.
The expansive two-story Sky Villa is an 8,500-square-foot Eden. Impossibly large windows offer incredible views of the city and mountains beyond. The villa is a sea of marble with sleek gold design touches.
Guests will slumber comfortably with a choice of three king rooms and marble bathrooms with jetted, deep soaking tubs and steam showers.
Lounge in your private glass cantilevered infinity pool with a cocktail in hand (cheers to 24-hour butler service) as you look out over the twinkling Vegas lights. There’s also a 17-seat bar, as well as a game area if you want to host a party and share the life of luxury with friends.
Other Sky Villa perks include your personal glass elevator, a private fitness room (with a Peloton bike and treadmills), a sauna and huge dining and media spaces.
As you might expect, round-trip airport transfers and VIP check-in are also part of the Sky Villa experience.
Rates for the Sky Villa can start at around $20,000 per night.
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Award-winning restaurants, a 55,000-square-foot spa, on-site art gallery, upscale shopping and its signature dancing fountains are irresistible lures for those seeking classic opulence in a central Strip location at Bellagio.
Enter your chic and modern Cypress Suite via a shiny marble foyer. The 1,525-square-foot suite’s arc-shaped layout is gorgeously designed, with a residential-style living area and bathrooms that boast a whirlpool tub and steam shower.
It’s also centrally situated with panoramic windows, which means suite guests have unparalleled vistas of the resort’s dancing fountains and nightly light show. You can even tune into the accompanying music on your in-room TV.
The cozy Cypress Suite bed is dressed in a cashmere pillow-top mattress, exclusively designed for Bellagio. Lounge in thick, comfy robes and take advantage of the resort’s 24-hour in-room dining option.
Rates for the Cypress Suite start at $500 per night.
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Situated within the larger Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino property, the Four Seasons Las Vegas is a peaceful and luxurious enclave. Four Seasons guests enter through a dedicated ground-floor lobby and immerse themselves in an upscale Zen-like atmosphere.
A stay in the resort’s 810-square-foot executive suite is the epitome of exclusivity. The living and bedroom spaces are appointed with art deco-inspired furnishings in rich blues, purples and greens, and a marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub is an excellent place to luxuriate after a day out in the city.
Creamy beige mod-style walls showcase massive, vibrantly hued artwork, and huge floor-to-ceiling windows provide epic stadium and valley views.
Suite guests enjoy twice-daily housekeeping service, 24-hour laundry service and express pressing service. Don’t feel like leaving the room to exercise? Make use of the in-room Peloton rental perk (based on availability).
Rates for the executive suite start at $890 per night.
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Your luxe stay at the Skylofts begins before you even reach your exclusive retreat — staff members greet you at the airport and whisk you to the hotel via a private limousine or a luxury SUV.
Skylofts may occupy the same address as the MGM Grand, but you’re living a life above it all when the private Skyloft elevators open on the 29th floor and you step into a whole different world of pampering and personalized luxury.
It’s easy to spread out here — the smallest loft clocks in at two stories and 1,400 square feet. These sleek spaces are decked out with limestone floors and stairs, and high-quality upholstery and fabrics throughout.
The beds are covered in soft, all-white Anichini linens and plump pillows. Next to the bed, a cozy chaise lounge with soft Kashwere blankets beckons for a power nap before your night out on the Strip.
There’s also a steam immersion shower, an infinity tub and a closet Harry Potter would have found palatial.
The suite comes with your own personal butler who’ll handle everything from small random requests like stocking your pantry with your favorite chips to arranging an intimate dinner party in your loft. If a one-bedroom Skyloft isn’t enough space for you, opt for the two- or three-bedroom version.
Skylofts guests also enjoy preferred seating at in-demand restaurants like Joel Robuchon, Morimoto and Craftsteak.
Rates for Skylofts start at $850 per night.
Related: 21 things to know before staying at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas
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Conrad presidential suite and Crockfords presidential suite
Three hotels — Hilton, Conrad and Crockfords — make up the Resorts World complex, offering accommodations at varied price points and levels of luxury. Of the three, Conrad and Crockfords provide higher-end experiences, especially in the suites.
The Conrad’s two-bedroom presidential suite is the hotel’s most luxurious accommodation, with a sophisticated vibe that extends to the 3,300-square-foot suite in the most understated way.
On the 65th floor, this commodious suite provides jaw-dropping Strip views from floor-to-ceiling windows. The suite also boasts spacious living and dining rooms. A generous entertainment area features a full bar.
The two master suites include a separate seating area and roomy walk-in closets, as well as bathrooms with a soaking tub and steam shower. Open the drapes and switch the lights effortlessly with one-touch remotes.
The four-bedroom presidential suite at Crockfords is 4,500 square feet of prime real estate. The tech-forward multimedia room is the real deal with cinema-style seating. If you plan to entertain, the gourmet kitchen is perfectly equipped to handle catered dinners or cocktail parties.
Other amenities like a private check-in with complimentary snacks and drinks, 24-hour luxury Ambassador service and priority access to resort dining and venues make this a sure bet for guests seeking an unparalleled Vegas stay.
Related: Families will flip for these 10 themed hotel suites
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This suite is an entertainment haven. The 2,170-square-foot space features modern furnishings with dark finishes and a neutral color palette with splashes of purples, reds and oranges.
The 949-square-foot parlor is twice as large as many standard-sized guest rooms in Las Vegas. This suite also provides fantastic views of the Mandalay Bay Beach pool complex. Let’s talk about the media system, though. The parlor includes a 65-inch plasma TV, a state-of-the-art surround-sound theater and a Bose stereo system. You and 10 of your besties can watch that game, concert or series finale in style.
When the party’s over, have a soak in the deep tub or take a lavish steam shower before savoring a cocktail from the fully stocked minibar. A plush king-size bed in your private bedroom provides the perfect respite from the day’s activities.
Rates for the Media Suite start at $469 per night.
Related: 18 things to know before staying at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas
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Verona Sky Villa
Situated a block from the Strip, Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is a Vegas mainstay. It opened as the International Hotel way back in 1969. In fact, Elvis launched his Vegas residency here that year.
You can still spot the King at the Westgate … sort of. Photographs of him line the walls, and there’s a statue of him near the lobby.
The resort’s three Sky Villas — Tuscany Sky Villa, Versailles Sky Villa and Verona Sky Villa — are certainly fit for a king. At 15,400 square feet, the Verona Sky Villa is the largest of the three
Describing this villa as “grand” is an understatement. It features vaulted ceilings, imported Italian marble, hand-painted frescos, rich tapestries, palatial columns and ornate gold touches throughout.
In addition to the three master bedrooms (complete with private fireplaces and bathrooms larger than most New York City apartments), the villa includes a piano room, a media room, a full bar and a pristine private outdoor pool in a spacious courtyard.
Rates for the Verona Sky Villa range from $12,500 to $15,000 per night.