7 Las Vegas Luxury Hotel Rooms
Picture this: Luxuriating in your own private outdoor whirlpool, savoring the finest cuisine in the comforts of your room, having convenient 24-hour butler service or lounging in chairs massaging you to the rhythm of your iPod selection. You’re not dreaming. Any of these Las Vegas luxury hotel amenities can be your reality.
The Strip’s day-to-night excitement paired with opulent accommodations creates the perfect Las Vegas retreat. If you’re traveling here desiring only the finest accommodations, look no further: Here are seven must-see Las Vegas luxury hotel rooms.
7. The Cromwell
Sometimes, bigger things come in smaller packages. That is the case with The Cromwell, The Strip’s only stand-alone boutique hotel. With only 188 rooms, each guest will receive the best in personalized service. Each floor has its own seasonal tea and coffee service, while every room offers unique in-room dining options. The wood flooring, patterned wall designs and mix of vintage and sophisticated furnishings give these Las Vegas luxury hotel rooms a one-of-a-kind look and feel. Deborah Anderson’s Marie Antoinette-inspired art adds a fun, Parisian flair. Select rooms have bathtubs within shower stall, adding to the unique Vegas hotel stay.
Set on the 51st floor, this two-bedroom, 4,800-square-foot Las Vegas suite provides stunning, up-close views of Paris Las Vegas’ Eiffel Tower. But what makes this PH Bay Spa Suite a standout is its first floor: Step down the suite’s winding staircase and you’ll find a spa oasis. Enjoy a spa experience in the comfort of your hotel room, boasting an oversized whirlpool tub overlooking the Las Vegas Strip, a spacious sauna, as well as a shower with multiple shower heads.
Located within Caesars Palace’s Nobu Hotel, the 2,200-square-foot Nobu Penthouse sets a luxurious party scene. From its sophisticated interior inspired by award-winning designer David Rockwell to the living room’s 90-inch flat-screen TV and billiard table, this Las Vegas luxury hotel suite is a hotspot in itself. It also offers something unique from other Vegas hotels - an exclusive 24-hour in-room dining menu from Nobu’s fine Japanese cuisine restaurant. Add finesse to your Vegas hotel stay and host your next catered event here. Nobu’s personal master sushi chef will prepare mouthwatering dishes within the namesake penthouse. A Nobu bartender can also make specialty mixed drinks right at your bar. If you’re here for a romantic getaway surprise her with green tea-dipped strawberries, available for purchase. The Nobu Penthouse can expand to 4,550 square feet (five bedrooms total). Other amenities include a steam shower, whirlpool tub and bath products from Barcelona.
Enjoy the rustic atmosphere of Paris Las Vegas’ 3,320-square-foot King Louis Suite. Boasting three bedrooms, five baths, a large living space and separate den and bar area, the massive Vegas suite feels more like an Old World castle. The décor mirrors this vibe, featuring everything from velvet-covered walls, canopied bathtubs, detailed drapes and vintage art fixtures. A castle is not complete without elegant touches: The King Louis Suite showcases lavish crystal chandeliers in each room, high detailed ceilings, crown molding, gold-painted accents. Invite your closest friends: The living baby grand piano serves as an entertainment focal point. Close views of Eiffel Tower add a scenic touch to one of the most luxurious hotels in Las Vegas.
Located inside Caesars Palace’s Octavius Tower, this upscale Las Vegas suite is ideal for successful jet setters who expect nothing but the best. The Laurel Collection Penthouse also sets the tone for a glamorous dining event or after-party: the eight-seat dining table, a separate bar area, spacious living room and nearby den provides ample space for guests to relax and mingle. The sleek, convenient iPod decks and high-quality sound system round out the posh experience. Other fine amenities include Bvlgari bath products, steam showers, tower warmers and fresh flowers throughout the suite.
A stay at one of Caesars Palace’s villas is living lavishly like Julius Caesar himself. A visit here is more like staying in a mansion than a Las Vegas hotel room. The most spectacular feature is the villa’s private pool patio. Not only does it overlook the hotel’s main pool, Garden of the Gods, you’ll also have your own entrance. If you decide you want a more secluded pool day, each villa patio offers its own pool, heated whirlpool tub and a fire pit. Ranging from 9,500 to 11,200-square feet, each villa comes with a lavish dining room, a hand-painted mural, crystal chandeliers, an aquarium with live, colorful fish and a separate bar room complete with a billiard table and flat-screen TV. The relaxing media room has its own flat-screen TV, along with state-of-the-art massage chairs. These aren’t your ordinary massage chairs: Plug in your iPod and you’ll get a massage generated by the rhythm of your music. Other amenities include steam showers, towel warmer and touchscreen remotes that allow you to control all electronics, lights and even call the 24-hour butler service. For elegant entertainment, play your favorite tune on the baby grand piano – or let the piano play itself. The Las Vegas villa’s separate elevator ensures you the utmost hotel privacy.
A favorite among celebrities and high-rollers alike, The Palazzo Suites at the Rio does not disappoint. Share the luxurious experience and stay at the 13,950-square-foot six-bedroom suite. Not only does each room have its own balcony, but these balconies all have their own whirlpool tubs. The Palazzo Suites take the spa-like experience even further with its own salon with a hair station and massage table. The living room even has a fireplace. If you’re in town for a relaxing escape, there would be no reason to leave. You may want to step away for just a moment to enjoy the tropical pool area, exclusive to Palazzo Suite guests. Stay here and you’ll have a private valet entrance and 24-hour butler service.
Now that you've seen these grand accommodations, you're set for the trip of a lifetime. Anyone can live like royalty in one of these seven lavish Las Vegas hotel rooms.