Most Expensive Casino Suites
For decades casinos have been recognised as playgrounds for the rich and famous. While the man on the street visits casinos in the hopes of striking it lucky, it’s the high rollers and wealthy celebrities that drive the industry forward, pushing the opulence and splendour of the world’s biggest casinos to new heights.
Here are the world’s five most expensive casino suites:
Viva Las Penthouse Suite – Red Rock Casino, Las Vegas
The new kid on the block in the Las Vegas casino scene offers one of the most expensive suites in the world. Framed by floor to ceiling glass windows with views over the Red Rock mountain range, the suite caters primarily to the gambling enthusiast. The Viva Las Penthouse Suite is about work rather than play, offering access to a private casino provided exclusively for resort guests.
Price: $10,000 per night
The Hardwood Suite – The Palms, Las Vegas
The Palms Casino is a favourite destination for youthful sports and Hollywood celebrities. The Fantasy Tower at the Palms boasts one of the most ostentatious suites in the world in the form of a two-storeyed Hardwood suite – the only hotel suite in the world with a full size basketball court. The suite comes complete with electronic scoreboards and a locker room.
Price: $25,000 per night
The Bridge Suite – Atlantis, Bahamas
Designed with the successful Mafioso and his extended family in mind, the Bridge Suite is the most expensive hotel suite in the Caribbean. Built into the bridge connecting the two towers of the Atlantis Hotel and Casino in the Bahamas, the Bridge Suite comes complete with 10 rooms, 7 full time staff, 24 hour catering, a 22 carat gold chandelier, two entertainment lounges and a balcony half the size of a football field.
Price: $25,000 per night
The Playboy Villa – The Palms, Las Vegas
The Fantasy Tower at the Palms is the home of the most expensive hotel suite in the world – the Playboy Villa. Inspired by Hugh Hefner’s soft-porn franchise, the Playboy Villa is a pimp’s paradise, and targets party animals rather than dedicated high rollers. The suite comes complete with a dance floor, swimming pool, rotating 8-foot bed and pop-up plasma screen televisions.
Price: $40,000 per night
The Artemis Villa – Caesar’s Palace
The Artemis Villa at Caesar’s Palace is an old-fashioned temple of Mammon, available only to high rollers prepared to fork out a minimum of $100,000 on a bet backed by a $5 million bankroll. The suite isn’t all work and no fun either, as high rollers can choose between unwinding in a private billiard room or a virtual golf course, assisted by wines plundered from the private wine cellar.
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