Haute List: Top Five Most Spectacular Presidential Suites In Vegas

Enjoy your Sin City vacation in style with HL’s top 5 picks for most spectacular hotel suites:

The Hefner Sky Villa At The Palms

More is more at the Hefner Suite at the Palms Las Vegas.  At the top of our list and inspired the world’s most eligible bachelor, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, this 10,000-square-foot suite boasts a round rotating bed, massage room, large terrace and famed infinity pool overlooking the strip. The two-story suite features artwork selected by Hugh Hefner himself, and the pool showcases the iconic bunny logo. High rolling guests can even order cocktails to be served by real-life Playboy bunnies for as many as 250 guests.

The price of this bunny-bonanza? A Hef-ty $40,000 a night.

The Hardwood Suite at The Palms

The Palms Hotel makes the list again with the Hardwood Suite. No baskets required for a stay in this palatial “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 1 featurette.  Equipped with a half court basketball facility, electronic scoreboard, locker room and cheerleaders for hire, the two-story suite  has hosted music and media mogul Russell Simmons and socialite Paris Hilton.

A stay at the Hardwood Suite makes a slam dunk at $25,000 a night.

Fairway Villa at the Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn Hotel’s plush Fairway Villa has all the attributes of a million dollar home. The 3,000-square-foot, two-bedroom villa is luxe defined with rich, ivory upholstered walls, rain shower and his and hers closets, all overlooking the Wynn’s 18-hole golf course. Talk about luxury, the suite even comes with a complimentary butler service. The suite, secluded terrace and private pool are designed to remove affluent guests the city’s glitz for a calm, serene Vegas.

The price for Vegas serenity? A modest $2,500 a night.

Bellagio Hotel Villa One Suite

Take the secret tunnel into the Villa One Suite at the Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas. This sleek two bedroom suite offers guests a private dining room, state of the art gym, and botanical garden. These fabulous amenities and 130 person staff earned Villa One the Travel Channel’s “Most Stylish Suite” in Sin City.

The price for opulence at your finger tips is $6,000 a night.

The Four Seasons

Seclusion has never been as luxe as the Four Seasons Las Vegas Presidential Suite. Perched on the top five floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the tranquil suite boasts one bedroom outfitted with a baby grand piano and deep whirlpool soaking tub with panoramic views overlooking the dessert, a vacationers dream. The suite can be configured as a two-or three-bedroom suite by adding connecting rooms to accommodate large groups.

The price of this Vegas vacay? A dessert cool $3,000 a night.

Source(s): CNN Money & LasVegas1.net

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