8 Craziest Hotel Rooms in Vegas (Vegas Super Suites)

Even the most extravagant accommodation options will have unique features that set them apart from one another. So, which Las Vegas hotel rooms are a cut above the rest in terms of unique offerings and luxury?

Read on to learn more about the hotel rooms, what makes them stand out, what amenities and services to expect, and anything else you need to know.

The Sky Villa at Palms Casino Resort  ($40K per Night!)

This two-story suite sits atop the Fantasy tower and offers one of the most breathtaking views of the Vegas strip and the surrounding landscape.

These luxurious lofts offer several amenities and services that set them apart from similar accommodation options along the Strip.

The Skylofts at MGM Grand  ($1K to $5K per Night)

The Nobu Villa at Caesars Palace  ($35K per Night at Nobu Hotel)

A 3-bedroom rooftop villa that spans over 10,300 sq. ft. (956.9m2). This luxurious villa has a Japanese-inspired design that combines simplicity and elegance.

The perfect place to stay for basketball lovers. It’s a popular destination for basketball-loving celebrities, high rollers, and pro athletes.

The Hardwood Suite at Palms Casino Resort ($25K per Night)

This 4,075 sq. ft. (379.6m2)  two-bedroom suite allows guests to enjoy stunning views of the cityscape from the comforts of a private bathroom fitted with steam showers and whirlpool bathtubs.

The Chairman’s Suite at the Bellagio  ($7K per Night)

Offers guests unparalleled panoramic views of the Vegas Strip, thanks to its floor-to-ceiling window design.

The Strip View Presidential Suite at Four Seasons  ($3,500 per Night)

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