They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Yet, these ultra-luxurious hotel rooms are far too impressive not to share. The time and effort put into the decor, interior, and exterior are something that we could have only imagined. Let us take you on a journey through the lavish life of suite-stayers at the Las Vegas Palms Casino Resort.
The Palms Casino Resort offers all sorts of luxury to its guests. While Vegas is everything over the top and more, these hotel suites are the perfect example to prove that it's all about going big or going home. The resort-filled city exerts attraction. From fine dining to entertainment, shopping, casinos, and extraordinary nightlife, Las Vegas was made to make us feel alive. The city rarely sleeps, but when it does, the hotels offer only the best experience known to mankind. Of course, these restless experiences come with a price. For those seeking high-life and luxury travel, then the newest addition to the Palms is worth looking into. Recently, the Damien-Hirst-designed Empathy Suite is not only the most expensive hotel room in America but is now the most expensive in the world. We're looking at $100,000 a night.
When comparing this brand-new renovation to a room at a 5-star hotel on Madison Avenue, The Mark Hotel, this costs $75,000. Travel west and find yourself in Geneva, where the President Wilson Hotel owned the title in 2018 for the world's most expensive suite for $80,000 per night. Regardless, the new Empathy Suite exceeds all luxury travel expectations. There is major truth when people say you get what you pay for. So, for $100K a night, guests stay in their very own miniature mansion. The 9,000 square-foot, two-story sky villa includes a "trendy salt relaxation room, an infinity-style Jacuzzi overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, and 24-hour butler service," says The Luxury Lifestyle Magazine. However, these are just the basic amenities that could be found in any luxury hotel suite. Vegas goes ten times above average. In this suite, guests will come across two "Winner/Loser" bull sharks in formaldehyde, a 13-seat curved premium bar with a unique "Vegas medicine cabinet." The suite has a two-night stay minimum, primarily reserved "exclusively" for those million-dollar poker players to engulf the full Empathy experience... and have enough time to have a complete tour of the suite. Guests will further receive $10,000 worth of credit to use at the resort during the stay.
Currently, the resort is undergoing a $620 million renovation, the largest resort renovation in Las Vegas history. It is unfathomable to see the finished product, considering their dubbed 'no limit' policy. This is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, putting your savings towards something breathtaking.