November 12, 2015
Home to some of the most celebrated entertainment venues in America, Las Vegas is most worthy of the moniker, Sin City. There are thousands of hot hotel rooms all over the city, but get your hands on one of these signature suites and you’re on to a good thing. We’re not all high rollers, but you can certainly play the part at these exclusive hotel suites in Vegas.
All of the rooms and suites at the Cosmopolitan are beautiful, but the Bungalows are a cut above the rest. These three-level suites offer prime views over the Marquee Dayclub Pool through floor-to-ceiling windows, and the second floor master bedroom comes with its own boudoir and powder room. There’s also a media lounge on the first floor and an oversized terrace up on the third floor with an outdoor kitchenette and bar, as well as a personal and private heated plunge pool.
Until recently, the Fairway Villas at Wynn were reserved solely for celebrities and other high profile guests. Now available to rent to the general public, the villas offer impressive views over the Wynn Golf Course, as well as a private massage room and a spacious living room with seating for up to eight people. There’s also a fully stocked wet bar, should you wish to continue the party into the early hours.
The Nobu Tower inside Caesars Palace is unique in that it’s a hotel within a hotel concept, though it operates as its own property. There are 18 suites and one villa located in the tower, and six Sake Suites. Modelled after a Japanese sake drum, the décor here is stylish and staunchly contemporary, with dark wood and cosy sofas to sink into after a day out exploring the Strip. There’s also a media room and a bar area, as well as a billiard table available upon request.
The Cromwell is the place to come if you prefer staying in boutique properties. The suites here are no less impressive that at many of Sin City’s other hotels, but the vibe is decidedly more low-key. The signature Cromwell suite offers a large, inviting living room with plenty of space for guests, an impressive master bedroom, a pool table and a fridge full of goodies. You’ll also be picked up at the airport in your own limousine, for those who like to arrive in style.
There are the regular suites at Aria and then there are the Aria Sky Suites. Ranging from 1,050 square feet for a one-bedroom suite to 2,060 square feet for the two-bedroom Penthouse, there’s plenty of space here to soak up the sprawling views of Las Vegas through floor-to-ceiling glass. Make sure to take advantage of the personalised concierge, who will see to your every whim.
Virgin Atlantic operates daily flights to Las Vegas, bringing these sumptuous hotel suites closer to home.
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Written by Marc Meltzer