Luxury Suites Las Vegas

High rollers and big spenders don’t spend their nights tucked into the queen-sized beds in the cookie-cutter hotel rooms. They head, often times, up towards the impressive Las Vegas skyline and the suites housed in the upper floors (and sometimes entire wings/towers) of the Strip’s more posh hotels. From MGM Grand’s Skylofts to the Tower Suites at Wynn to a whole lot of luxe living in between, visitors to Las Vegas can venture outside of the one-room-fits-all and experience the more upscale and sinful living in the Suite Life.

MGM Grand’s Skylofts

Located in MGM Grand, the Skylofts are an award-winning addition to the property, boasting AAA Five Diamond Award, Forbe’s Travel Guide 5 Stars and Leading Small Hotels recognition. Guests here are VIPS all the way – from VIP entry to private elevators to a personal concierge – MGM goes out of its way to provide a “luxury boutique hotel experience” to its guests at Skylofts. And it succeeds. The 1-bed, 2-bed , 2 plus plunge pool, and 3-bedroom lofts feature spacious floor plans. The 2-bedroom loft with plunge pool spans 4,800 square-feet and comes complete with a workout room and an outdoor bi-level patio. For those with an entourage, the 3-bedroom loft is the way to go. It’s 6,000 square feet and includes a butler pantry and a billiard room. Lofts also feature video game consoles and little details, like personalized stationary, to make each experience the ultimate VIP experience.

Palms Sky Villas

Palms Casino Resort have a handful of specialty suites for guests to choose from. But, the tried, true and uber cool options (with more than one of each) are the Sky Villas. Available in both One and Two-Story suites, these gorgeous rooms are more than just places to sleep. They are places to entertain, being able to fit more than 150 (One-Story) and 250 guests (Two-Story). Both options include a Jacuzzi. The Two-Story Jacuzzi is glass-enclosed and can fit up to 12 people. Both also feature a rotating bed and outdoor terrace with spectacular Strip views. The One-Story is 6,000 sq. feet and includes an indoor/outdoor water feature, exercise room and steam room. The Two-Story is 9,000 sq. feet and includes a fitness center, dry sauna, media room, massage room and a glass elevator.

Wynn Tower Suites

Down Las Vegas Blvd. at Wynn are the Tower Suites – a totally separate experience from the rest of the resort. Here, there is a private and gated entry with a VIP check-in. Same goes for Wynn’s sister resort, Encore, which offers many similar suites that are found in the Tower Suites. At Wynn, there are five suite options – Tower King (640 square feet); Executive Suite (933 square feet); Parlor Suite (1,280 square feet); Salon Suite (1,816 square feet); and the Fairway Apartment (1 bedroom – 2,411 square feet, 2 bedrooms – 3,224 square feet). All suites feature wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows, lush bedding, LCD flat screens and stunning bathrooms.

Mandarin Oriental Suites

Over at City Center, Mandarin Oriental offers a bevy of suites ranging in size and elevation. There is the City Scape, covering 1,040 square feet and available on many floors of the hotel, along with the Strip View Suite (765 square feet). The Dynasty Suite is a signature suite and offers 1,700 square feet with a separate dining room. The Apex Suite is 1,625 square feet and is available as a one or two-bedroom suite. Then, there is the 3,000 square-foot Emperor Suite. This black and white suite is ideal for hosting events and includes an extravagant dining room with an open plan kitchen. The crowning glory is the Mandarin Suite, located on the 22nd floor of the hotel. This 3,100 square-foot suite is decked out in art deco and includes a dining room, bar, study and personal fitness area.

The Villas at The Mirage

A favorite among celebs, The Villas has gained a reputation for being elegant, private and relaxing (it’s one of the few places Britney Spears frequents when in town). Available in 2 and 3-bedroom options, these suites feature the ultimate in luxury, including gas fireplaces and guest bathrooms. The villas also offer private backyards with lap pools, a hot tub/spa, putting green, fountain and outdoor patio furniture. In addition, guests are treated to limo service to and from the airport, a 24-hour Villa butler, nightly turndown, exclusive tee times at Shadow Creek and complimentary admission to many of Mirage’s attractions.

Four Seasons Las Vegas

Within Mandalay Bay Resort lies Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. This non-gaming hotel offers 7 suite varieties, many of which are housed on the top floors of the golden hotel. The Presidential, the largest (3,400 square feet) provides stellar views of Las Vegas with its 38th and 39th floor locations. The large living area comes complete with a baby grand piano. The 180-Degree Strip View Suite is also located on either the 35th or 39th floors and offers panoramic views of the valley within its 2,225 square feet. Another suite with panoramic views is the 1,500 square foot Sunrise/Sunset Suite (panoramic views of either the sunrise or sunset over the desert/mountains). Smaller options include the Deluxe Suite (2,170 square feet), Premier Strip View (1,100 square feet) and One Bedroom Suite (1,100 square feet).

Mandalay Bay

This two-towered behometh on the South Strip has three suites to choose from – although one doesn’t include getting any sleep. Its Vista Suite is 1,700 square feet and features 180-degree views of The Strip and Mandalay Beach … 30 floors below. Then, for the technology savvy (and those who want to be), there’s the Media Suite which includes a massive entertainment center with a 65-inch plasma TV as the centerpiece. Finally, there’s the Hospitality Suite. Ideal for receptions and parties, this suite can hold up to 40 guests and includes three plasmas, a built-in bar and 60th floor views. But no bed.

Spa Villas – Hard Rock Hotel

Located in the All-Suite Hard Rock Hotel Tower, the Spa Villas combine city loft living with private townhome feel. These suites, available in both 1 and 2-story, feature private access, space for spa treatments and a private plunge pool. Little touches make these villas unique – from the 30-foot glass façade to the polished concrete tiles.

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